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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Ever After High Collection Finale Part 4

Hello lovers of all things dolly!

Well, I went ahead and did it. I bought the final girl needed to finish out my Ever After High Collection. At $11 I figured there was no time like the present!

Presenting Nina Thumbell!


She's a cutie! She is the daughter of Thumbelina and is shorter than the rest of the dolls although the same size as the Wonderlandians. She has the ability to shrink and grow whenever she wants to. 

She has a darker skin tone and a crown of flowers. Her necklace is also flowers.


Her dress is absolutely adorable, the skirt is shaped like a flower. I love the glittery yellow color! She also has a belt made of various flowers. 


She has the most adorable tulip purse!


Her hair was smashed coming out of the box (naturally) and is a pretty simple design. I might take this out to give her hair a little more "oomph" (like I did with Darling's hair.) 


THE SHOES!

These are cool.


A gladiator-esque sandal with flowers and vines!

The heel is a tuilip!



I see some repainting I could do with this doll. Her outfit is pretty spot on with the webisodes. I'm glad they didn't make her bodice one solid color. However, her belt is supposed to be green and her necklace has some magenta accents. Her shoes need the tulip on the heel painted pink. 

That's all for today. I'm getting posts up when I can and with garage sale season not in full swing yet, no new stuff! I do have some dolls that I haven't showcased yet so maybe that will be forthcoming!

Until next time!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Can't believe you got her for $11! Her hair is so pretty - does it have the greasy/gluey residue? It doesn't look like it from the pic. I'm wondering if the newer EAH lines have the greasy hair issue.

Teresa F.

Teresa Brown said...

Hi Teresa! So far, I have not found an EAH doll that has the greasy/gluey residue. There are some dolls where the hair has been gelled to "Holiday Barbie Hard" but I've been able to wash it out with great success. (My Poppy O'Hair is much prettier without the gel!)