Maybe you’re not familiar with the Project MC2 dolls. They’re based on a TV show that can still be seen on Netflix, although I think they quit making new episodes in 2017.
What I loved about these dolls when they first came out was the message on the box: “Smart is the New Cool!”
I bought a couple of the Project MC2 dolls, back then, because I wanted to encourage girls to get involved in STEM (Science/Technology/Engineering/Math) careers, and that’s exactly what these dolls were designed to do. Here’s an image of my Bryden Bandweth doll, which was a gorgeous doll with amazing long hair!
According to Wikipedia, “the [Project MC Squared Netflix] series follows the adventures of McKeyla McAlister and her best friends, who work for a government organization called NOV8 (pronounced “innovate”), a highly secretive group of female government operatives who are trying to protect the world.”
It’s sort of like a teenage James Bond group, whose skills as gifted scientist and mathematicians help protect the world from bad guys. Who doesn’t want to play a girl-James-Bond character? I know I DO!
Here’s my Camryn Coyle doll dressed in Colonial attire that I made to fit the 10 inch Monster High dolls:
I’ve created several patterns for the Project MC2 dolls, but they can swap clothes with quite a few other 10 inch dolls. They can fit into nearly everything I’ve designed for Skipper, but the hoodie I made for Skipper is a little too small. Also, keep in mind that their torso is a bit longer than Skipper’s.
They can wear some of Momoko’s doll clothes too. In the image below, that’s actually my Camryn Coyle doll‘s hand. I liked the way her hand looked in Romeo’s for my stop motion video series, Romeo and Juliet with Dolls, so I put her in Momoko’s Juliet dress and took photos of her hand in Ken’s.
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“Project Mc2.” Wikipedia: the Free Encyclopedia, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. 10 April, 2023. Web. Accessed 5 May 2023. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_Mc2