I was feeling, oh, sort of restricted one day, due to the pandemic and decided to open this special edition mini Josefina.
I had been saving her for a rainy day, and that day had come.
She is super adorable.
I didn't get a picture of this, but I especially love how her hair is done in the back. She has a red ribbon braided into her hair. I may need to try to do this with my full sized Josefina!
I love her, and I love the stand that she comes with. It mimics the stance of the American Girl dolls on their original meet books.
My mini Josefina has a weird flaw. There is a small area of unpigmented plastic on her thumb. I can only see it if I hold it up to the light. I might not have noticed it if I hadn't opened her at night.
I would recommend getting this doll if you have a chance!
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