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  • Monster High Skullector

    Monster High fan? Horror movie fan? If so, these dolls are made of your dreams…err, nightmares! Collector dolls were released (and generally seem to sell out in minutes), featuring It, the Grady twins from The Shining, Beetlejuice and Lydia, and Greta from Gremlins. Whether you like Monster High or not, you have to admit these are pretty fun dolls.


  • Monster High Creeproduction

    Four of the original Monster High dolls, the ones that started it all, will be released as the first wave of reproductions of the orignals. Those four are Draculaura, Lagoona Blue, Clawdeen Wolf and Frankie Stein. By the sounds of it, the other core originals should follow at a later date. The fun part of these dolls release, was that they were released and set to hit shelves on Friday, the 13th. However, that’s exclusively in Walmart stores in the US. It sounds like it will likely continue to be a Walmart exclusive, but unfortunately for those of us in Canada, from what information was released…we’ll have to wait until later this year before we see these dolls back on the shelves.

     


  • Monster High Haunt Couture

    That’s right, Monster High is back…sort of. A special collectors set was being released, which feature haunt couture fashions, and come in coffin shaped boxes. They’re a little more pricey than the regular Monsters, and are available online, but sell fast. Was anyone able to get their hands on any? I have to say, their faces are extra cute on these dolls. 


  • Barbie Extra Minis

    Know and love the Barbie Extra dolls? Well, be prepared to love these little pint size versions, too…Barbie Extra Minis! They’re cute and tiny, a little bigger than a Chelsea doll, I believe. But they have the same over the top kind of fashions as the original Barbie Extra dolls.


  • The Queen

    Barbie honors The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II in 2022. June 2022 United Kingdom will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II on 6 February 1952. Meet Barbie Signature Queen Elisabeth II doll in all her monarchical glory.
    Queen Elizabeth is the longest-reigning monarch in British history and this doll will depict her not now of her accession to the throne, but at her age, with her hair touched with gray.
    Queen Alexandra’s tiara “kokoshnik” will adorn the queen’s head. And the dress will be decorated with a blue ribbon for celebrations, among many other fun details. The doll was released on April 21st. Was anyone able to get her?

     


  • No March Meeting

    Due to COVID-19, our March meeting has been canceled. Hopefully it will be safe to resume our meetings soon, but we will keep you updated on the status of our next meeting. In the meantime, please stay safe, and we hope to see you soon (when it’s safe)!

    On the bright side, amidst all the self isolation, you can have some fun and try to experiment with some doll photography to pass the time, or finally get around to making that doll outfit you’ve been meaning to make. Feel free to share your doll photos with us (send to Melissa), or a picture of a doll outfit or project you’ve done and they can be shared on our website.


  • Wild Hearts Crew

    A new line of funky dolls is coming to us from Mattel. They’re called the Wild Hearts Crew, and I can’t wait for them to hit stores. They’re supposed to be a little more edgy, a little more rock and roll, with bigger bodies than Barbies have, but still full of all sorts of fun details, not to mention some fun hair colors and fashions, and accessories.