Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Create Your Own American Girl Dolls Now Available

Hey guys! Thanks for the great response to my giveaway. It's been fun hearing from so many of you. :)

Just a heads up: American Girl has officially released their "Create Your Own" dolls on their website. You can choose custom face mold, skin color, eye color, hair length, style, and color, outfits, and more. You can even chose from several options to make your doll's personality.

The dolls retail for $200 each, which is a little steep, but considering you get a doll, an outfit, accessories, and the option of glasses, hearing aides, braces, and more, plus the joy of creating your own custom doll, I understand the price.

You can start creating your own dolls HERE. Even if you don't plan on purchasing one, it's fun to try different hair/eye/skin combos. And if you have an account with American Girl, you can save your designs for later. :)

Here are some of the designs the girls and I created (all mini-me dolls):


Oldest Gal's

Middle Gal's 

Little Gal's

Have fun customizing, but be warned: you might just fall down a rabbit hole for a couple of hours. ;)


Caytw: Homeschool Mom said...

I can't help but notice that three of you chose the same outfit. (It made me smile) What a fun activity, even if you aren't planning to buy right now.

Farrah Lily said...

Your family mini-me's all look great! I tried to get on the website just now but it's "unavailable" so I'll have to try back later. I'm not sure if this is something I would actually order (too expensive!), but I can't wait to play around with the possibilities!
Have you gotten any American Girl dolls recently? I couldn't remember if you had or not. I always loved your AG/doll room posts. :)
Also, are you still planning on getting a Disney LE doll? The Snow White ones were beautiful and there's that cute Rapunzel/Flynn one coming out in October. I hope I can get my hands on one of those! :)

Kristina C. said...

Just saw that Pullip is coming out with a Beauty and the Beast release. Check pullipsandjunk.com , I saw them and immediately thought of you. :) I think they look incredibly well done.