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Another rehair project on Youtube!

Greetings everyone!! I’ve got another Youtube timelapse video of a rehair project I just completed! This time it is a Vandala Doubloons doll that my mother rescued from a thrift store along with several other WELL LOVED Monster High dolls. Please take a moment to watch my video. I’ve got several more planned, so if you like it please give it a thumbs up and subscribe! Thanks!

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New Youtube Video!

Hello everyone! I’ve been playing around with the idea of Youtube videos, like I have mentioned a few times. This is my first attempt at a time lapse video for a reroot I recently completed. I took a Dead Tired Frankie Stein doll and rerooted her using Sakura Nylon hair from dollyhair.com. You can see my process here. If you want, you can subscribe to the channel to see more in the future. This is just a starting point. I promise they will get better :)

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Monster High Alivia Stein Review

Greetings everyone! Today we have one of the newest Monster High dolls to pop up on Amazon, the little sister of Frankie Stein, Alivia Stein! If you are interested in purchasing her, this is the link.

I ordered her on Tuesday (Happy Birthday to me!) and she arrived this afternoon. I can’t wait to share her with you, so let’s get in to this review! Continue reading

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Monster High Pet Minis and Ballerina Dolls

Greetings everyone! Target is starting their resets and that means new things to review! Today I have for you the Monster High Minis Pets (I bought Lagoona with Neptuna) and two of the Ballerina dolls! Let’s get this review started! Continue reading

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Our 3D Models are now on Thingiverse!

Hey everyone! I know it’s been awhile, but I wanted to let you all know that some of our 3D models have been posted on Thingiverse for you to download! Since we aren’t able to keep up with the Etsy store like we would like, we thought we would share these files with anyone that wants them.

We posted: The Kitty Arm Warmers; The Monster High Girl Wall Mount; and although this has been there for awhile, I thought I would point out the Monster High Girl Stand Clip.

If you don’t have a 3D printer, you might want to check out your local library, because several are starting to have 3D Printers available. I think our local community college has some in its small business center. You might also want to search for something called a makerspace or a hackerspace. A makerspace is a collaborative work space inside a school, library or separate public/private facility for making, learning, exploring and sharing that uses high tech to no tech tools.

Let me know if you download these models and print them! I’d love to hear from you and to see your work! Feel free to share using my name in your hashtag. #rayedelsol or @rayedelsol will get me on Instagram. Looking forward to hearing from you!!

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