Jess Face Mold Change

Catlover02's faveAsian Doll

When I first saw TM 64, I knew that she was different from the other Asian dolls, but I couldn’t put my finger on it. This morning, I did! I realized the thing that makes 64 different is her eyes. Her eyes have slits cut out on either side of each eye. This makes her eyes look wider. Personally, I really like it. Now she’s my favorite Truly Me doll.


I used to like the doll on top, but now I like 64 a lot.

No more dolls…no more dolls….no more dolls……

At least not for 6-9 months…..

Do you ever really want or like a doll, but tell yourself not to, because you have “too many dolls”? Let me tell you: It doesn’t work! 🙂 I know from experience.

– American Girl Doll Artist

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  1. Oh wow! That is really interesting. I really like #64, too. The thing they did with the eyes looks good, and realistic, too, I think. I think she is cuter than the other Asian dolls, and I’m starting to love her!

  2. Avatar Camille and Lanie says

    The dolls really do have a difference in their face molds! I know what you mean by telling yourself no if you want to buy a doll. I want Mary Ellen for Christmas but I might not have enough room in the dollhouse!

  3. This was the same thing they did with the Ivy doll, I’m glad to see them reuse this idea!

  4. I like this. It makes her face more expressive.

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