Frankie Stein in Draculaura’s Sweet 1600th birthday

15:49 Yannie 33 Comments

As I mentioned here, I will write a review on Monster High doll Frankie Stein after my two girls got their hands on it.

This Frankie Stein doll is a bit different from the regular one, as it is a 2012 special edition set in conjunction with Draculaura's Sweet 1600th  Birthday this year.

Next week, I am going to ask a simple contest question and 3 winners will be chosen on the week after next week to take away either the Draculaura or Frankie Stein Sweet 1600th Birthday Special Edition.  Please do not miss out this GIVEAWAY of Monster High doll next week. It is the best Halloween gift for your daughter, your cousin sister, your niece, your god daughter, your younger sister or your friend's daughter.

Let see from the below pictures and video, how my two girls played with their very first Monster High doll, Frankie Stein.
My elder 8 years old, April was managed to change the doll's outfit and fix it on the doll stand. She just loves all these very gentle and girly stuffs.
April also loves combing the doll's hair and putting all the accessories on the doll.
Whereas, my younger 6 years old, May has her eyes fixed on the skeleton key, which opens the free Monster High 1600 game app on iPhone/iPad and computer.

 

33 comments:

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    1. I'm so kiasu when comes to freebies and giveaway.

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    2. who doesn't like freebies and giveaway right?? hehehe~~

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    3. I like freebies too but I don't like doing anything to get it. kekeke

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  2. Yes, yes, it's a great present for Halloween and school holidays~~

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    1. My girl will be quite free during year end school holidays and I wish to win her a Monster High Doll to occupy her time. You know, she can spend hours by just playing with dolls :D

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    2. why not bring Avery over to Mak Yan's house and then the girls can play together?? most probably Lil Chi also wants to join, hehe!!

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  3. So nice to see girls playing with dolls! Aren't they sweet! Do they like to play with Barbie dolls too?

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  4. So there's a key to unlock online games? Wow! Technology nowadays, everything must link to web-based, kekekeke~

    Children nowadays know how to resort to the Internet to get "closer" to their idols - Avery plays Barbie / Ben 10 / Disney games online. Tsk, tsk, sometimes I feel I'm so jakun.

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  5. Very frust,,, i wrote a long long comment but then suddenly,internet connection went kaput,,, you know I thought of not rewrite,, but then again,you have been such a nice friend,,I said to myself my write again.

    what I was saying is that I was really lost in the post of yours, didn't know much about Frankein Stein and the 1600th birthday,, hahahhah but then again, I would be glued to your blog next week and trying my luck to win the contest ya,,,,

    by the way,your two lovely girls really look very pretty,,particularly I like April's hair do

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    1. You must have used iPad to type. It always happens!

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  6. Your girls are getting prettier and prettier..... I bet my girl will love that doll because she loves to treat her doll/soft toy as her baby. Rocking 'them' to sleep.

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  7. fuyoh, Frankenstein's 1600th birthday!! wah, thanks for telling me this, haha.. so when is his birthday to be exact?? i want to see if we share the same.. :D

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  8. the barbie doll is barbie doll to me lor, hahaha!! but that key is kind of interesting woh.. looks like May is playing with it as a remote control in the video you posted..

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  9. and i gotta say it's a very nice video you've made of clips and photo stream.. haha!! the Windows Movie Maker comes with your OS lah, keeping it so long you never noticed at all?? :D

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  10. the photo and the video looks different.. the girls in the photo simply wear some house tees.. but in the video, they wear so nicely and got some make up and suit their hair too.. hahahaha!! purposely for the video shooting one?? :D

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  11. Dolls are girls' best friends!

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  12. The giveaway sounds nice! Too bad not suitable for me.... Hehe :P

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  13. Girls will be girls... Spent a fortune to get such stuff for my girl when she was small. Thank goodness she's all grown now...and very careful with money, quite unlike many teenage kids these days. Phewwwww!!!!

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    1. My parents lucky. No need to spend anything for my toys.

      I don't have dolls growing up.

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    2. Lina grew up and became Mak Rempit who ran in the padang as well. So healthy!

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    1. too bad i dont have daughters else will join in the fun too

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  15. Wow,cant wait to join the giveaways!

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  16. The dolls are pretty unique and I can see your girls are having fun time playing with them

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  17. Yeah I couldn't load your blog several days ago. Glad am able to right now. The dolls.. yIKES!

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  18. I will see who to give if I win your freebies! All the small gals I know are teenagers or bimbo now.

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  19. Would you believe that my wife buys me small male dolls that look like me??? My face must be very Ah Beng and so common in the public! Wakakakaka

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  20. My girl will never play with her doll like this. So nice to see your girls combing her hair and dress her up.

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  21. Its been some time since I see a girl playing with dolls. Nowadays children are being pampered with It stuff like ipad...

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  22. Who said only lil girls want those stuff... my lil lady inside of me wanna shout "I want it ...i want it"lol

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  23. soooo cute n sweet....fantastic post...
    Tasty Appetite

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  24. i never heard nor seen these frankenstein dolls, actually i hardly play with dolls when i was small but i remember those old fashioned dolls where it can shut her eyes when you tilt the body..i wonder do they still have those kinds now..

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