All About # 10 Abbey Bominable School’s Out

I really like Abbey’s character in the show and because of that I really wanted to get her doll. Abbey’s personality is great and I admire that she is so honest even though people sometimes don’t like it.

I bought Abbey Bominable from School’s Out line in an used condition at an online auction. It was a bargain – I paid 14,70 PLN (with shipping) for her which is less than 4 EUR (!). I got her with all the clothes and accessories only without a stand. She was so cheap that I wanted to get this doll just to experiment on her with curling the doll’s hair in a boiling water etc., but when I got her I just fell in love. What’s more my Mom has forbidden me to destroy this doll, because she really liked her too.

My Abbey is wearing her original dress with a hat and shoes from Skull Shores. I love how shimmering her skin is. Her hair is long and thick and I like the different texture of the shiny highlights.

Recently I posted a few pictures of Abbey on my Instagram, including one in her new outfit:

Do you have Abbey in your collection? If so, which one do you have?


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    10 June 2015 at 20:04

    Włosy Abbey to jej największy atut. Żadna inna nie ma takich pasemek/światłowodów 😀

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      12 June 2015 at 20:42

      Jej włosy są świetne i sprawiają, że Abbey jest naprawdę wyjątkowa! Mam nadzieję, że niedługo pojawi się jej nowa lalka w głównej, a nie ekonomicznej linii (jak Geek Shriek).

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    Farrah Lily
    11 June 2015 at 02:29

    She is beautiful! She is one of my favorites as well and I'm still trying to figure out when to fork over money for her original release version. Currently we have Musical Festival Abbey, which I LOVE, but in reality, I wouldn't mind collecting all of the Abbeys! I love her personality on the show as well. 🙂

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      12 June 2015 at 21:13

      She is amazing and one of a kind 🙂 Music Festival Abbey is really pretty, I thought about getting her too. I wish Abbey will get more deluxe dolls like Sweet Screams in the future and less economy dolls like Geek Shriek.

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