officially this is called the Room to Howl giftset. I call this the Dead Tired Clawdeen set, since she is wearing the pajamas pictured on the back of all the other Dead Tired ghouls' boxes. unfortunately it is looking like I didn't take any pictures of the box. I remember doing it, but I have not been able to find them on my computer. sorry about that. :-(
first up we have Clawdeen. here she is still attached to the liner. as you can see, it was glued to the rest of the box and I had to cut it free. annoying.
freed from the box we can see that Clawdeen wears the pajamas she is shown in on the back of the other dolls' Dead Tired boxes. this is also what she wears in the sleep-over webisode. her shirt is torn at the bottom hem (I ended up running a bit of fabric glue around it to keep it from fraying) with purple elbow-lengthed sleeves with some sort of an animal or pebble print on it. the front has "Monster High" written in silver with a purple paw and slash marks through it.
her bottoms are black and capri-lengthed. they have purple trim around the waist and legs, and little pockets. the inside of the pocket uses the same material as the sleeves of Clawdeen's shirt. this photo also gives you a better look at her new hands... they have claw-like fingernails.
she also wears cute little fuzzy monster slippers. they are a lighter purple color and have brown dog ears on the tops. they came rubber-banded on in the box, and I think I'm going to keep them that way.
her pillow is shaped like a skullette with a pink bow on the top. personally I would be a little freaked out to have this face staring at me all night.
now for the actual bed set. my werewolf sisters have volunteered to model the bed for us. as you can see both of the bunks look like dog beds. I know a lot of the pictures show Clawdeen in the bottom bunk, but I really think she would take the top bunk as a sort of dominance thing over Howleen. the bottom bunk is slightly smaller than the top, and fits Howleen really well; Clawdeen would be rather cramped down there.
for the above photo I slid the bottom bunk out to show both at the same time. it is a separate piece that slides in under the bed frame, which is appropriately gold for werewolves. the back railing has a skullette and phases of the moon. hanging down from the top bunk are translucent purple "beads". they are all molded in one piece that is of a more flexible plastic.
in the above photo you get a decent shot of the interior of the beds. it is painted black with purple diamonds that are a different shade from the outside of the beds. it doesn't really seem to match with the rest of the beds. you can also see the golden curtain rod hanging from the front of the top bunk. mine is warped.
the bed has a few other features that are hard to notice at first. at the head of the bottom bunk are two small shelves. this is also a better shot of the "beads" so you can see that the larger ones are actually crossed bones. you also get a decent look at the detailing on the bed frame.
at the foot of the bottom bunk there is a mirror that clips onto the bed frame. it is molded in black plastic with gold detailing painted on. the mirror sticker is a much nicer reflective surface than the usual fare.
in the above photo you can see the curtain a little better. it comes with a pale purple ribbon to tie it back. the curtain itself is a purple see-through material with black animal print. fully spread out, the curtain will only cover half the length of the bed.
the bed posts feature skullette styled finials. while there is no bow molded to the top, the eyes do have eyelashes molded into the eye pits. I would have liked moons better- the skulls are kind of freaky.
finally, to finish off the bed, we have these blindingly loud leopard-print blankets.
this set includes quite a few accessories, the first being a very detailed coffin shaped mini-fridge. it is molded in gold colored plastic. the exterior is painted black with a purple paw slash on the door.
the interior of the mini-fridge is very detailed. there is a little freezer space with a temperature adjuster knob. there is a cobweb styled shelf that is removable. there are two shelves in the door.
with all the room in their mini-fridge Clawdeen comes with 1 can of soda- Full Moon Energy. it is molded out of the same gold plastic as the fridge. a really cool included detail is that the can has a little pop-top molded into the top of the can.
for lighting, Clawdeen has a crescent shaped candlestick. it is molded in gold plastic and has swirly designs. the flame part of the candle is molded in a translucent orange plastic to look a little glowy.
to keep her ever-growing hair tamed, Clawdeen comes with a razor and a curling iron. both of these items are very detailed. the razor has 3 blades molded in and the curling iron actually opens and closes a little bit.
Clawdeen's final accessory is a highly detailed eyeshadow compact. it is coffin-shaped with the Monster High skullette molded on the top. it opens to reveal a non-reflective sticker mirror and sticker eyeshadow pallet. and there is a tiny removable eyeshadow brush. cute!
The Bottom Line:
The Good: beautiful Clawdeen doll, neat accessories
The Bad: small parts! bunk beds are a little hard on the eyes.
The Verdict: the Room to Howl Clawdeen giftset is a cute set that comes with tons of neat little accessories. if you don't like the bunkbeds and can't justify the price for just a doll, there is now a second wave Dead Tired Clawdeen, with different jammies.