We’re bringing you all the clawsome deets from Toy Fair 2014 and mummies are howling over all of the off the fang releases from our friends at Monster High!
Below is pictures, info, and a video from our besties at Time to play Mag who have all of the best toy reviews, prices, and giveaways! Check them out for sure because the cool ghouls all know about TTP. I look forward to bringing you more news from Toy Fair 2014 and of course will be live on the floor of San Diego Comic Con in July.
Monster High Fusion Doll Assortment
ARP: $20.99 | Ages 6+ years | Available: June 2014
In a freaky twist of adventure, our favorite Monster High® ghouls get accidentally fused together in ways never seen before! Choose from Lagoonafire™ (a mix of Lagoona Blue® and Jinafire Long®), Dracubecca™ (a fusion of Draculaura® and Robecca Steam®), Cleolie™ (a combination of Cleo de Nile® and Toralei®), Clawvenus™ (a blend of Clawdeen Wolf® and Venus McFlytrap®) and Neighthan Rot™ (a unicorn-zombie boy). Accessories include a to-die-for purse for each – except Neighthan Rot™, who has a hat with a hole cut out for his unicorn horn.
Monster High Inner Monster Feature Assortment
ARP: $21.97 | Ages 6+ years | Available: June 2014
Monsters have feelings too! Customize the expressions of these creepy cool creatures by changing their eyes, facial expressions and their fashions! Sets include one full doll with eye-changing feature, one interchangeable face plate, a peggable/interchangeable skeleton and chest plate, inner piece count, over-the-top fashion, accessories, purse, doll stand, brush and fill-in-the-blank diary. Choose from three killer options: Fearfully Feisty n Mad Love*, Spooky Sweet n Frightfully Fierce* and Scared Silly n Shockingly Shy*
Monster High Recharge Chamber
ARP: $44.99 | Ages 6+ years | Available: August 2014
At the riveting climax of the Monster High® movie, Freaky Fusion, the beast ghoulfriends of Frankie Stein® rally around to give her back her spark with this hair-raising Recharge Chamber! Comes with a one-of-a-kind Frankie Stein® doll wearing a voltageous fashion and shocking shoes. Place her in the chamber, and press the button for hair-raising fun – her hair literally rises into a shocking ‘do! Press the light again for a spooktacular light show for clawesome room decor.
Plus the uhhh-mazing new 4 foot tall Catacombs? Looks like 2014 is another banner year for Monster high!
Remember at Monster High We Stop Hate, and Be yourself, Be Unique, Be Your Own Monster!
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It’s a new year and time for a new feature on our blog. Our new Creature Feature will showcase some very talented Monster High artists from all over the world. Our first feature will be the clawsome Elizabeth from Printable Doll Clothes!
When I saw her site printabledollclothes.com I was blown away at her off the fang designs for our Ghouls at Monster High. I am sure you will agree that they are voltageous and show killer style.
Let’s meet Elizabeth and learn all about our new freaky fab friend:
I’ve had a life long love of dolls, and I’ve been collecting them since I was about six. At first, I mostly collected Barbie. Recently though I’ve started collecting many other doll lines, some of which had few additional outfit options available. I wanted an inexpensive way, that was less time consuming than sewing, to make doll clothes for them.
Being able to print an outfit with regular printer paper that would fasten with tape seemed like a good way to achieve this goal. I started measuring various dolls and using scrap paper to see if paper dresses could work. After much trial and error I eventually came up with the template pieces I now make my outfits from. It was very exciting when my first printed outfit was finished and looked great!
Originally I designed my printable doll clothes to fit Barbie and Monster High dolls but after I had finalized the pieces I found that they also worked on a LOT more dolls than just those two. I’ve made outfits for Chelsea, Barbie’s little sister, and I’ve made an outfit for an 18” American Girl doll. Obviously, every doll can’t wear all of the combinations, but most dolls smaller than an American Girl doll can find something to wear using my pieces.
I love historical fashion so the designing process has been very fun. I like to design many different styles of dresses, from Jane Austen Regency to Palace of Versailles ball gowns to Steampunk to Fantasy Fairies to classic fifties dresses, as well as modern designs and much more. With multiple top, skirt, and sleeve combinations for each outfit there are a lot of possibilities. And each of my outfit sets comes with a black and white template that can be colored with crayons etc after printing for a really customized (and ink friendly) look.
I began designing my outfits in July of 2013. After months of development and photography I launched my Etsy store in November of 2013 so that other people can enjoy my outfits too. I’ve had a lot of fun designing my collection and I am excited to see what the future holds for Printable Doll Clothes.
Here is a couple freaky fab tutorials so you can see how simple it is to dress your ghouls in a whole new style! I am sure Venus would love this idea since you would be able to recycle them, and attention Mummies who need a lil Maul time- Elizabeth has black/white designs so you can keep the lil monsters busy coloring! What a freaky fab idea!
Elizabeth or as I keep calling her Elissabat has also offered all of you Mansters and Ghouls A Coupon Code “MonsterHighParents” good for 20% off an order of $7.50 or more with no expiration date.
Now to the giveaway details…..
1 winner will receive their choice of the $15 dollar five dress multi packs on her store
Don’t forget to visit her on facebook too
ENTRY is so simple!!! Simply leave a comment on this post telling me what design you like the most or which Monster High student you will be redressing in clawsome PrintableDollClothes…
This contest will end January 31st at midnight.
Remember Be Unique, Be Yourself, Be Your Own Monster!!!!
Congrats to Disneyeverafter who won this amazing prize! 1752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398d1752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef362ec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef3621752804e398dec8cada2d106e2f05223074ebdc76a3d8ef362
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