Thursday, June 4, 2015

Monster High Figures at the Dollar General Store

Hi everyone!
I wanted to share some  photos of two little Monster High figurines I found at the Dollar General store a few weeks ago.
I was scouring the shelves for some little treats to give to the girls to keep them occupied during my brother's wedding rehearsal/ceremony etc. and stumbled across these two gals.


Monster High Lagoona Blue and Abbey Bominable

I don't remember exactly how much they were, but were in the $3-4 range.
The figures stand about 3 inches tall and are attached to little black stands.  
They appear to be glued on, although Lagoona has fallen off of hers, but she has little holes in her feet that attach to pegs on the stand, so she can go right back on. 


The entire figure is molded plastic with no articulation.  


Lagoona's face is really cute and pretty well painted.  The coloring of her clothing is different from the original Lagoona, but the style is pretty similar, down to the little seahorse necklace.  
I love her tiny little freckles!


Abbey cracks me up.  I don't know if paint is missing from her lips or not, but she looks like my two year old when I tell her it's time for bed, haha. :) 


Here she is next to 12 inch Abbey as a size comparison.  She's so tiny! 
They almost make perfect sized dolls for the bigger ones.  
These were the only two at the store, but I believe they also had Frankie, Draculaura and Clawdeen in this line as well.  



Next time you're in the Dollar Store check out the toy section because you never know what you'll find! :) 

xo Farrah

UPDATE 10/10/15:  I just saw these "in-store" at Toys R Us as well. :) 

14 comments:

  1. Those are cute - nice find!

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    1. To be honest, the kids liked them for like 1 second, now they are on my shelf, lol :)

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  2. You can get such fun toys in your stores over there! Never see anything like that here. They are perfect little dolls for the bigger ones.

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    1. I think the US is in a mini-doll craze right now, they really are popping up everywhere! Can you imagine if they made "mini-Makies?" I am, of course, thinking of Wren. :)

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  3. Dolls for your dolls! I love dollar stores, you just never know what you might find.

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    1. I agree! I have to stop in there more often! :)

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  4. Hello Farrah Lily,
    Great find. they are both lovely dolls...did you ever wind up getting something for the girls ;)
    Big hug,
    Giac

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    1. Hi Giac! It's great to hear from you! Haha, sometimes it's hard to give up the toys! ;)
      Big hug back,
      Farrah

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  5. LOL that Abbey's face is hilarious, those lips are indeed pouty, love them!!!
    They really would make cute dolls for dolls, or perhaps models for a dolls bedroom...thanks for sharing!
    Hugs Sharon in Spain x

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Sharon! I am curious to go back to see if tall of the Abbeys' are painted like that! :)

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  6. So cute! I am still trying to make my self post about my first monster high doll but I have been just too lazy lol! Those lips crack me up, looks like my niece.
    Have a great day!
    ~Halo
    P.S IN the title you spelled General wrong just to let you know!
    P.P.S I FINALLY DID A FRONT FLIP IN THE POOL YAYZERS!

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    1. Haha, thanks so much, Halo! I'll fix it now. Congrats on doing your front flip in the pool-I remember those days, lol. I don't know if I have the courage to do one now. :)

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