A bit of a doll weekend, with two Monster High dolls, two Equestria Girls and five Kelly-like Sparkle Girlz. Twilight Sparkle sings and talks, and I kept hearing her giggling inside my bag!
I was looking on eBay to buy a few of the missing little accessories to my latest Monster High and Ever After High dolls, and somehow managed to also purchase Frankie Stein “Ghouls Rule” and Luna Mothews “Boo York, Boo York” dolls!
On Saturday I came back with two books (My Little Pony and Richard Scarry), and Monday’s volunteering found me a Zelf and two Littlest Pet Shop kitten baskets. Tuesday was much more fruitful, with two Monster High dolls, three Ever After High dolls, a Supergirl doll, a baby Lalaloopsy, more Littlest Pet Shop, another Zelf, a Funko Mystery Mini, a Twisthead, a MLP blind bag mini, a Barbie stool and several more packs of Top Trumps. Oh, and a pack of Old Maid.
I usually only fulfil my Monster High doll obsession with charity shop finds, but last week I realised I could no longer resist the call of Skelita Calaveras!
It’s been a long time since I’ve gone to a carboot sale, and there seemed to be a lot more toot that I remember! Needless to say, I found a few toys regardless, including Novi Stars, Once Upon A Zombie, Monster High, I Love Minnie, Lalaloopsy and My Little Pony.
I found several things over the course of this week in various charity shops including Inside Out, Lego Movie Happy Meal, Top Trumps Angel, TT Doctor Who and TT Cars, My Little Pony, Miles From Tomorrowland, Moshi Monsters, Crazy Bones, Zelf, Elsa, Monster High, Ever After High, Wacky Races, Meg & Mog, and Little Miss Tiny.
I found a mixture of things this week, including vintage plastic picnic items (Mr Men!), Teeny Tiny Tumbles Surprise, Polly Pocket, Monster High, a furry bunny bag, Black Books and two fruity t-shirts!
Last weeks finds included Lalaloopsy, Monster High (doll and purse), My Little Pony (two ponies and a tin), Lego & Fabuland figures, Twistheads, TokiDoki and Rabbids. I also found a rather nice Kimmidoll bookend.
Last week I found a variety of dolls (Equestria Girls, Shopkins Shoppies, La Dee Da, Bratzillas, Ever After High, Shibajuku Girls, Moxie Teenz), My Little Ponies, Palace Pets, and a couple of MH & EAH playsets. I even got some free stuff!
Half term week meant lots of pottering around and lots of charity shop finds. It’s a good job I am about to put up some more shelves as I’ve run out of room! I found Sweet Valley High, Lalaloopsy, Sweet Secrets, Furbys, Moshi Monsters, Glimmies, Ladybird and Brambly Hedge books, Puppy Surprise, Equestria Girls, Monster High, Ever After High & Mr Men.
A couple of weeks ago I found a Lego Star Wars: Rogue One “K-2SO” figure in the Salvation Army charity shop, followed a week later by a Monster High “Geni Grant” doll. I thought it would be fun to photograph them together!
Ever since I started collecting Monster High by accident back in October I have been on the look out for them in charity shops, and was most pleased to find a couple of dolls plus a bag of mixed Monster High & Ever After High items last week.
I came back with an excellent bag of goodies two weekends ago, including a Roland Rat single, a Zelfs, various Monster High items, four My Little Ponies and two Smasha-Ballz!
Way back last year, well only October actually, I came across a large selection of Monster High dolls in my local charity shop. They had just been put out for display for Halloween and had also been reduced. Not a doll I had come across before, I was intrigued and started to take a look at them. Instantly spotted by the sales assistant, she said jokingly “how would you like the lot, we can make you an deal?”. Never one to pass up a deal on a job lot of toys (or music), she whipped out a calculator, made her offer and I snapped them up. I then toddled off home to take a good look at what I had just purchased.
Last weeks charity shop finds included two Palace Pets, a My Little Pony, a purple Furby, Batman Twistheads, a Monster High purse and a Num Noms pencil case.