December 16th, 20122012 Monster High Ghouls Rule
Monster High Dolls were created in July of 2010 and have been growing in popularity ever since. Ask any little girl what they want for Christmas and there is a very good chance she will say a Monster High doll making them the most popular Christmas gift of the year.
Each fashion doll is approximately 24 cm high featuring a slightly over sized head, large doe eyes and a tiny little nose. The dolls are based on characters from popular horror stories and have agile joints that make them easily movable.
The new Ghouls Rule series and their storyline teach young girls that everyone is different, and those differences should be celebrated. There are four different dolls in the Ghouls Rule series. Each Monster High Ghouls Rule Doll is dressed in an over-the-top outfit that commemorates its famous monster heritage.
Frankie Stein is a major character in the Monster High series. The daughter of Frankenstein’s monster and his bride, the coolest ghoul in school is taking back Halloween in her fang-tastic costume. The Frankie Stein doll wears a blue, black, and white dress with matching earrings and black boots. The doll comes with a blue bucket for collecting candy, a lightning bolt mask, a party cauldron, and hairbrush. Frankie’s black hair is streaked with white, reminiscent of the Bride of Frankenstein.
Clawdeen Wolf Doll celebrates werewolves being the teen daughter of a Werewolf. She is a fierce fashionista, who stands out in any crowd. The Ghouls Rule Clawdeen Wolf doll is dressed in a purple, gold, green, and black jumpsuit with lots of furry accents. The doll also comes with a gold, black, and purple mask, a candy-filled coffin, a purple pumpkin bucket, and a hairbrush.
Additional Ghouls Rule dolls include Cleo de Nile, and Draculaura. Your little girl will love engaging in imaginative play as she acts out scenes from the new DVD. It is no wonder that every little girl wants a Monster High doll.
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