She one of the Petite girls.
She's also alias #47.
|They also had #51,which I was tempted on,and another that's been a favourite of mine for a while...|
|But they had loads of her and only one of the red haired girl,so I bought red haired girl and hope they'll still have this girl later.|
She caught my eye originally because #1.She has red hair.
Something I didn't realize because it isn't obvious in the box,she has two different shades of red hair. That's realistic. I've often said I never had two hairs the same shade on my head. Ivy has the same thing going on with her hair.
|She has a funny thing going on with her mouth. She kind of looks like she has an underbite.|
I don't care what you may have read,brown is not the most prevalent eye colour for red heads.
Red hair,fair skin, and blue eyes are all caused by a higher concentration of the pigment pheomelanin,and less of the dark pigment eumelanin. If you want to read more about that you can check out my Red Heads Week posts,specifically THIS ONE.
Also, there was a #3. She was petite. Other than her freckles, which I don't have, she represented the young me!
I'm 5' tall,red hair, brown eyes.Of course, she doesn't represent the currant me. That would take at least 2 or 3 Petites, and maybe a couple of Curvies!
Kitty Cute gets her name from the cute kitten shirt she's wearing.
I was disappointed to find that her shirt and skirt are all one piece. I would have liked to have stolen her shirt for Tammy World.
|It closes in the back with Velcro.|
She also has a 'denim' vest. It's completely printed:all the buttons,pockets,even the denim itself.
She has cute shoes.
She's wearing what we used to call a toboggan. Nowdays it's called a beanie.
I've said it before,THIS is a beanie!
I would have preferred a real knitted cap,or at the least, a cloth of some sort. But I suppose the plastic hat is cheaper to make,thus keeps the price down. I thought it was going to be rubber , and sort of soft,but it's hard plastic.
She was fairly easy to remove from her packaging, but the hard part was cutting the plastic ties holding her hat on. They were so tight I couldn't get the scissors under them to cut them! In the end I had to just tear it off. I'm not sure if that stretched the holes in the hat or not, but a couple of them looked pretty big once I got it off.
She has one bent am and one straight arm.
Her legs are hard plastic and don't bend.
She's 10" tall. I've considered this before, and I think she has the current Skipper body, only with hard plastic legs.
If I had the money I might rebody her onto a Made to Move body. Of course, then she wouldn't be Petite any more.
See you again tomorrow.