Here's how she looked in the box.
And here's her adorable little face in the box. :-)
Here's the box art of Honey Lemon on the front. She rather reminds me of Anna in the photo, just like Emily at Toy Box Philosopher said. :-)
And here is her name on the front of the box.
First side of the box.
The back of the box.
Box details on the back.
The price tag, which actually was halfway off by the time I bought her. :P
Here is the other side of the box. Honey is like "how come you're taking photos of me in the box? Get me out!" LOL
Here is Honey in the inner box packaging. :-)
Her long legs are pretty wonky. Her right leg bends out to the side so far that she can't stand up. And her little foot is twisted too. But there is no way I'm exchanging her!! For one thing, I like her the way she is. And for another, if I did return her, they'd have to repackage her. And if another person bought her, they'd probably return her, and then she'd never get a nice home. :(. I know, I think these things over way too much. ;-). Besides, I never ever return dolls for things like that. :-)
The background of the box shows a faint San Fransokyo.
Here are her little chem-balls, along with a picture of them with my thumb for size comparison. Those things are minuscule!!!! I'm always afraid I'll lose one. :/. But they are super cute, and a great accessory addition.
I had made a short video of me putting one of the chem-balls in the purse, but I can't figure out how to put in on the blog. :/. But just be warned they shoot out the back of the purse very quickly, so be careful using the purse. It's a a really fun and cute accessory, and it looks almost exactly like the one in the movie. The movie purse doesn't have the bear on it, and the doll purse hasn't got the periodic table on it. I love the purse so much, though! :D
In short, Honey Lemon is an adorable and very movie-accurate doll, and I am so happy to have her in my collection. :-).
I'll do an official photo shoot of her later this week.