Everything you need to dress-up like Jem, Pizzazz or Synergy
-- officially licensed by Hasbro. spirithalloween.com
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These are the groves that her clothing goes into to.
FASHIONSbyMe! is 13 inches high, but she is not possible. These doll allowed little girls to make their own fashions for her with out sewing. There are groves up and down her arms, legs, and body to allow you to stick the fabric into the doll.
She has a similar face to the Jem dolls, but looks a little more like the Maxie dolls. She does have Jem's ears ... well, Maxie's ears too.
5100 - US Caucasian Version
5100 - US African American Version
Back of both US version
The Euro version of this doll was put out by Milton Bradley. I believe the box looks completely different.
In the Box
With the fabric and stencils you could make 10 dresses. The Instructions show how to make 4 fashions;
All That Jazz™
New Year's Eve™
and examples of how to mix and match the pieces to create the other 6 looks;
The FASHIONSbyME! dolls came with a refill order form. This included everything but the doll, doll stand and fabric.
FASHIONSbyME! had a mail-in pattern. You could send 1 Proof of Purchase and $1 to get this pattern, fabric, etc.
FASHIONSbyMe! pattern sets.
These sets included the patterns and material to make at least 2 different fashions, and some variations to the fashions.
"Designer Collection I"
5107/5108 "Bridesmaid™" with "Pink Pizazz™" and includes Romance Lace
"Designer Collection II"
5115/5116 "June Bride™" with "Good Night Kiss™" and includes Bridal Lace
5112/5116 "Holiday Toast™" with "Romance™" and includes Bridal Lace
5107/5108 Canadian Version
5112/5116 US Version
5115/5116 US Version
"Bridal Lace" comes with the June Bride™ and looks very similar to Jem's lace tights
"Moonlight Lace" comes with the Holiday Toast™ and is the same lace as the 1987 Smashin' Fashion "You Can't Catch Me"
This silver fabric came with the doll and was used for the "Super Star" doll socks, also used for a Moondreamers tights.
These fabrics also came with the doll and ar very similar to fabrics used for Jem.