I decided to take a mental health day today and to unbox my Prettie Girls dolls.
Up first is Lena, a Prettie Girls Tween Scene doll by One World Doll Project, a joint project between Robert Tonner and Stacey McBride-Irby.
Lena is prettie because she is smart, according to her box. On the Prettie Girls Website her description is expanded - she loves math and enjoys reading and laughing aloud.
She is about 15" tall and plastic/vinyl.
She shares the body that Tonner's Maudlynn Macabre and LittleMissMatched use, with a different head sculpt. This means that she poses nicely and is capable of standing on her own. Hooray!
She came with a bag and an extra shirt.
Maudlynn and Lena hit it off as soon as they met.
They are already telling each other their secrets. I'm glad, Maudlynn has been a little sad since learning that her line wasn't being continued. Now she finally has a friend.
The other Prettie Girls doll I am sharing today is Kimani from the 12" fashion doll line.
I love how the colors in her outfit coordinate with Lena's. Kimani is a gorgeous doll, but she is a very awkward sitter.
It is a shame that the One World Doll Project ended so quickly, according to their outdated Website, they had two other doll lines in the works, including a baby doll line. Maybe someday they will continue the company.
For me, I am happy to have these two in my collection.