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The 1st My Pretty Pony was introduced in 1981. The logo and colors on the box seen here appeared with this earliest version of My Pretty Pony only. My Pretty Pony  has more of an 'old country farm' image with her earth-tone body colors and primary accessory colors. This version was also the only one to be produced by the Hasbro subsidiary, Romper Room. My Pretty Pony is brown with a white blaze on her face and white on her forelegs. She has brushable light tan (blonde) hair and hazel eyes.

The 1st My Pretty Pony was introduced in 1981. The logo and colors on the box seen here appeared with this earliest version of My Pretty Pony only. My Pretty Pony has more of an 'old country farm' image with her earth-tone body colors and primary accessory colors. This version was also the only one to be produced by the Hasbro subsidiary, Romper Room. My Pretty Pony is brown with a white blaze on her face and white on her forelegs. She has brushable light tan (blonde) hair and hazel eyes.

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My Pretty Pony Wall Hanging 35" x 42" (backed in cotton candy pink cotton fabric) with 5 loops to hang up by ShawnasSpecialties on Etsy

My Pretty Pony Wall Hanging 35" x 42" (backed in cotton candy pink cotton fabric) with 5 loops to hang up by ShawnasSpecialties on Etsy

I saw this little DIY  on  Style Me Pretty Home  , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and  satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't  exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin  tin,  I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan,  set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them  out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they…

I saw this little DIY on Style Me Pretty Home , and decided I had to do it with my own color pallet. It's simple and satisfying, though the smell of melting pony beads in your kitchen isn't exactly appetizing. All you need is a bag of pony beads and a giant muffin tin, I stuck with the opaque beads for this project. You fill up the pan, set the oven to 400 degrees, and "cook" them for 20 minutes. You take them out and they are all liquid but after cooling for a half hour or so, they…

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My Little Pony Makeup Madness!! << This would be great makeup for festivals.

My Little Pony Makeup Madness!! << This would be great makeup for festivals.

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Irl some people used to call me Pinkie Pie :3 Now they call me Princess <3
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Google Image Result for http://www.rainbowzombiesatemyunicorn.de/wp/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/pony_gross.gif

Google Image Result for http://www.rainbowzombiesatemyunicorn.de/wp/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/pony_gross.gif

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I always thought it was my pretty little pony- they were two different things. my little pony and my pretty pony! silly me. and from a girl with the nick name pony!

I always thought it was my pretty little pony- they were two different things. my little pony and my pretty pony! silly me. and from a girl with the nick name pony!

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