It was a sunny, but slightly chilly day today,but at least it was no longer raining. So here's my last birthday doll. She's Prettie Girls Lena.
She was a recent Walmart find, marked down to $2.50! (But Ken made me wait until my birthday to open her!)
'Prettie' comes from their motto, 'Positive, Respectful, Enthusiastic, Truthful, Talented, Inspiring, Excellent'.
|The inner flaps were taped to the box liner!|
There are 6 dolls in the line.
The back of her box...
|No mention of Tonner, although they are Tonner.|
She was attached to her backing with all this:
|Although the white squares on the upper left are not holding her. They're holding these:|
|Ivy commented on the irony of the word 'pretty' being misspelled when she's saying the reason she's 'prettie' is that she's smart.|
She comes with a purse and an extra sweater.
There was also this poster in the back of her box.
She has a cute plaid outfit.
It's actually two pieces,a shirt and skirt.
The tulle underskirt is part of the skirt.
The top can be removed and replaced by the sweater.
But she just slipped it on over her shirt.
Her slip on shoes are actually a lot more red than the orangy red in her clothes.
The Tween Scene Prettie Girls are 16" tall.
They use the body from Tonner's earlier Little Miss Matched dolls, (You can see my posts on my Little Miss Matched dolls HERE and HERE.),who borrowed their bodies from Tonner's Maudlynne Macabre. (You can see my post on Maudlynne HERE.)
With jointing at the neck, shoulders,elbows,waist,hips, and knees, they are very posable.
The Prettie Girls line started out with a line of 11 1/2" fashion dolls. There were also the Prettie Girls NYC and the Prettie Girls Dream Babies. All of these lines were sold by Tonner. The Tween Scene Prettie Girls were sold at regular stores.
Even though the Prettie Girls use the Maudlyn and Little Miss Matched body, I don't think they pose nearly as well.
|Her knees kept bending.|
Her face is a lot more serious than Little Miss Matched.
Her hair is fairly silky and fun to brush.
See what doll I'll come up with tomorrow.