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I'm just wondering if anyone has used Lil Bratz dolls in their dollhouses?

I was looking online tonight, thinking about my younger cousin and all her Bratz dolls she is probably getting rid of, since she's headed to college and I thought that maybe the mini ones might work for dollhouse dolls. With all the younger friends I have, I might be able to pick up free or cheap dolls.

I then wondered about repainting, since they look sort of... well, *disreputable*. :bigwink:

Anyway, I did some searching and this was what I found:

Approximately 2" (Child size? 2 feet in 1/12 scale) Itsy Bitsy Bratz

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For sale here:

http://www.ebay.com/...=item3a794ba5c4

Approximately 4-5” (Teen/young adult? 4-5 feet in 1/12 scale. Short, I know, but I figure it might make up for their big heads.)

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For sale here:

http://www.ebay.com/...=item2ebf7983f1

http://www.ebay.com/...=item51a0fd8b54

http://www.ebay.com/...=item4606fce2e6

Beautiful Repainted Bratz Dolls:

repainted-bratz.jpg

Matter of a fact, all of Tiny Bird's dolls are pretty!

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I ran across the teen size Li'l Bratz and Li'l Boyz dolls on clearance several years ago at Wally World and picked a couple of them up, but haven't built them a house yet (they're the ones I want to bash a Buttercup with a Sugarplum Cottage for). LOVE the repaints!

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I ran across the teen size Li'l Bratz and Li'l Boyz dolls on clearance several years ago at Wally World and picked a couple of them up, but haven't built them a house yet (they're the ones I want to bash a Buttercup with a Sugarplum Cottage for). LOVE the repaints!

Holly, if you ever decide that you are giving up on your Bratz and they end up looking for a home, let me know. I'd be interested!

I'm really getting hooked on this idea of using Bratz with my house. I just started fishing around for them today.

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I think the Michael's puzzle houses were 1:24. The Li''l Bratz are a tad large for 1:24, I figured they'd work well in the smaller GL 1:12 kits, which was why I have a Buttercup and a Sugarplum I will somehow bash (together or separately) for the ugly little ones I have.

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