The Ever After High Dolls Facebook page posted the Lizzie Hearts card with official artwork earlier tonight, but took it down almost instantly. Luck for all of you, I saved it before they took it down. Here is Lizzie Hearts in all of her glory!
If you know me in real life, you know I am a super nerd. My husband bought us a 3D printer as a couple’s gift for Valentine’s Day, so I went on a hunt to see how I could merge my super nerdiness with my love of dolls and toys. Meet Quin, the world’s first 3D printable Fashion Doll, available at 3dkitbash.com
Click below for my full (length) review of the doll and the process, or just click for the pictures
I have been the biggest fan of the Mystixx dolls. These are the dolls that have two faces and can change between a “normal” girl face to a vampire, zombie, or grimm monster face. The dolls have wigs that allow their hair to turn with the head, as well as giving the doll options for her hair color and style. The idea behind these dolls is pretty neat. You can see some of my Mystixx dolls here.
Anyways, the purpose of this post was to talk about the new Mystixx dolls from New York Toy Fair 2014. These images come to us from http://toyfair14.asmzine.com/
Let’s just get to the images:
Photos of I <3 Fashion Cleo have surfaced. I’m guessing credit goes to PaBLINTOP.
What do you think? Personally, I would have rather had a different character as I <3 Fashion. Cleo already has an I <3 Shoes doll. That being said, I’ll probably purchase her for all of the extras she comes with.