But here's what I've been finding elsewhere.
The Madame Alexander My Life As dolls at Walmart now have a bunch of extras!
There are multi-outfit fashion packs:
More fashions and some small kitchen accessories:
(Those are some pretty decent-looking horses for $10!)
And a nice little table and chairs set:
One more from Walmart, this selection of summer fairy garden/dollhouse scale outdoor stuff:
|I need an outside for the Walking Dead dollhouse first, though!|
And this just disturbed me; Sparkle Girlz dolls with molded-on tops? Don't start down that dark road, Sparkle Girlz!
And here's the first new Monster High thing I've seen in person in a dog's age, the school bus playset.
|I guess it is a pretty neat playset, but I wish there was a little more to it.|
At Hobby Lobby, the only craft store in a reasonable driving distance (sadly), I found these nifty dollhouse-scale bathtub soap dishes:
At Toys R Us (which is sadly NOT in a reasonable driving distance), I found some classic Nickelodeon character toys, including this Hey Arnold bobblehead:
|I can't decide if those headphones amuse or horrify me.|
On my last Target visit I found some really cool playsets for the full size Our Generation dolls:
There was also a gardening set:
Just look at this! A raised bed flower garden! A wheelbarrow! Garden tools! Mini veggies! The Our Generation stuff is really knocking it out of the park!
I also visited an antique mall and a flea market. This purple-eyed doll caught my attention, but I didn't get her. She's got a lot of stains and a wonky right arm, but those inset eyes are pretty spectacular. Anyone have a clue what she's from?
I thought this old Easy-Bake oven was pretty cool, too. It looks like a little kitchen playset!
On more of a "real people and not toys" note, I spotted this cool "outdoor light" at an antique mall as was pretty smitten.
|I mean, how awesome IS that thing?|
At Big Lots I found a big set of Littlest Pet Shop figures that was unremarkable except for one thing:
I am filled with regret.