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Hi all! I'm new here, so forgive me if I'm posting this in the wrong place. I have a bunch of monster high dolls that are missing their arms and hands. I've looked for some replacement parts online, but they are surprisingly expensive. I'm wondering, has anyone ever tried making their own replacement arms? Like sculpting them with polymer clay, air dry clay or epoxy sculpt? I'm trying to figure out how to sculpt a forearm and the joint mechanisms that attach the hand to the forearm and the peg to attach the forearm to upper arm. I'm not sure its possible, so if anyone has attempted this I would love to know if it worked! Thanks❤

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Hi, Nicole,

I know that you posted this message a few days ago, but I've been to, and here are the pages for "monster high replacement parts" and "monster high replacement":

Look for items that are either Mattel or Fisher Price items, because those are the ones that aren't cheap knock-off parts!

Here's the URL for "monster high replacement arms" (The only really Monster High-related item that they have right now is a pair of Isi Dawndancer arms):

Here's the URL for "monster high head" (There were recently some Headless Headmistress head and arms sets available):

I hope that you were one of the lucky buyers of one of those Headless Headmistress spare parts sets, but even if you wren't , I hope that you're able to find what you're looking for. The best of luck to you.

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The Whispering Wolf / Wolfie

Thanks for the info, I haven't checked Amazon yet☺
I literally lol'd at the "disappears into a shadow" part.

Hello, Nicole,

Thanks.  :D

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The Whispering Wolf / Wolfie


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