Monster High Dolls features pics and videos of the plush toys, dolls, and accessories from the Mattel property Monster High
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I recently got into Monster High dolls after seeing some fantastic customs! I decided I wanted to give it a try.My Tools:- ZM Powder Spray- Watercolor Pencils- Chalk Pastel- Acyclic Paint and…Continue
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