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Honey Swamp Monster High Doll

Updated on April 5, 2014

Honey Swamp

Honey Swamp is one of the newest monster high doll for 2013 to 2014. She is included in Frights Camera Action line.

When I first saw her, I immediately noticed her hair. If I am correct, she's the first character to have that lovely locks.

Her skin color is so bright. It's like dark green or turquoise blue. She has a pink pouted lips and a green snake eyes.

You can't see it in promo pictures easily but if you take a little closer, you'll notice that her fingers are webbed and she has multiple fangs. Her skin all over her body is marked with vines.

She is wearing a pink top dress with black lace baby collar. Her over skirt is blue green featuring pink and purple evil roses and black thorny vines. The underskirt is ragged black material.

She has a black headband and a pink vixen hat, a set of pearl earnings and a simple white pearl bracelet. She is also wearing a pink rose belt and an alligator inspired high heel shoes.

Monster High Frights Camera Action Honey Swamp Doll

Image Credit: Own Work


Honey Swamp Monster High Doll
Honey Swamp Monster High Doll

The Aspiring Cinematographer

She came from New Goreleans. She is a 115 year old daughter of the Swamp Monster.

She is a sweet, polite, lovely and perfectionist girl.

She loves photography and wants to become a famous cinematographer in Hauntlywood.

It is funny but her favorite color is green and yellow. Most of us think it would be like blue green or pink. Well, maybe on her next appearance we'll find her in green and yellow themed outfit.

Her best friends are Viperine Gorgon and Clawdia Wolf.

In her diary she wrote that the her mama knows a lot about vampires. She also wrote that, someone said that the missing queen is hiding and living her life as a high school student.

Could it be that because Draculaura and Elissabat looks almost the same, they thought that Draculaura is indeed Elissabat which is now also known as Veronica Von Vamp?

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