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Posted On July 21, 2021
By Kate KellandBy Kate KellieDishwasher is the biggest toy company in the world, and it’s making a lot of noise.
In the last decade, the company has made headlines with its wildly popular cardboard dolls and toys, including its “cardboard dolls” — the “bronies” of the toy industry — that can be used to make adorable dolls, and its “board games” — “cards” and “cardsharpers” — games that can make adults more engaged.
Now, in a big push to sell its newest product, the “Cardboard Dollhouse,” the company is launching its latest product line: a cardboard dollhouse.
In an announcement today, the brand unveiled the “Panda Dollhouse” toy, a $50,000 toy that features a plush, furry female character.
The Panda Dollhouse is a fully articulated, three-dimensional figure made of cardboard and plastic that can fit on the head of a child, and is also customizable.
The dollhouse has four parts: the head, torso, legs and arms.
It can be painted or sculpted, and includes two interchangeable faces, a “blank” face, a mouth and a mouth protector.
The head features a wide, round face that can accommodate a wide variety of head shapes.
A set of interchangeable arms is included to allow for various combinations of poses and pose options.
In addition to the “blank face,” the “panda” dollhouse comes with a face mask.
The mask, which has been sculpted out of wood and is shaped like a human head, is covered with foam, allowing the dollhouse to be easily cleaned.
The face mask is adjustable so that it can be worn or worn with the dollface.
The “pandas” are a cute addition to any child’s collection.
They’re a cute little girl, a puppy, a pig, a rabbit and a penguin.
The company says the dollhouses can be customized to suit any child, from preschoolers to grownups.
The company also released a video that shows off the Panda DollHouse in action.
The video features the “mummy,” a cardboard-bodied character created by the company’s “mum” artist.
The mummy is voiced by Jessica Le, who has done voice work for many of Pixar’s other animated characters.
The brand has also made some major moves in the toy space, with the introduction of a new line of “cards,” dolls with a cardboard “card” that can open up into a card deck that can hold all sorts of fun and decorative items.