I get the feeling I'm going to miss out on her because even though they are still well stocked, the store might actually close before I get her at the price I want, which is 40% off of $14.99. This is a gamble but I'm willing to risk it. I guess it's more about getting a low price on an "I Can Be" than about getting the doll itself. Which is weird since I was perfectly willing to pay for this thing which was $16.99 with only 25% off:
But hey, it's made of wood! I like wood furniture a lot, so it was worth the price for me. I could tell it's not 1:6 scale, but whatevs... it's wood, yo.
These are the other sets in the series; Patio, Bathroom, Living Room and Dining. They only had one of each so that's why I wasn't going to wait and see if the Bedroom Set was lower priced next week. Even if the others got super low in price I don't think I'd get them. They'd have to be like $5.
Out the box and pre-assembled.
Backside. They are made of thick composite wood and are sturdy as heck. Perfect for the rambunctious 3 year old or an old adult collector like myself. ^__^.
Enough deboxing - let's bring out the scale models!
Fashionista body with a pivotal torso and Monster head. I'm okay with this scale because it's a lounger, not a bed so her feet going over the edge doesn't bother me. The armoire is too small for her though, so in her case I would make it an entertainment chest and poke a TV in it.
Monster High body with a Fairy head. Because of her leg structure she can strike some nice poses and her feet do not go over the edge of the lounger when her legs are flat.
Bratzillaz body and head. She does not have pivotal knees so her posing is limited. Additionally, her head size is really throwing the scale of the items off for me.
Bratz articulated body with a Fairy head. She also does not have pivotal knees, but she's so short that her posing options are plentiful and she looks natural in this setting.
Size comparison between a Bratz and Fashionista. The Fashionista only makes sense if she's seated. When she's standing she dwarfs the furniture.
The lounger padding is a thin piece of cardboard with fabric glued around it. The pillow is glued to the top of the mattress and you'd probably have to heat it to take it off properly. It was pretty easy to pull the padding off the lounger even though it was glued down.
I really like this set. It's easy to repaint if you are so inclined and you can easily put in your own pad or pillows. And don't forget, it's wood!