I have this set from when I was little, and although I generally played with my toys well and didn't misplace many things, this set has whittled away to not much.
Everything is of pretty good quality and perfect for the dolls. The watering can, mister and shovel and rake could be used to plant the seed kit that was for kids. I never used it, so they're in the greenhouse still.
At the moment I only have the shoes and treat bag with me, but I'll review the rest once I get it out of storage. The slippers are a thin, shimmery, dark gold satin-like fabric. The opening is elastic and overall they are cute and can go with some fancy outfits. The treat bag is just the average AG treat bag made of shiny thick paper.
I have the hat that I got it a lot off craigslist. Licorice wears it all the time. Made well, not going to fall apart anytime soon, but doesn't really stay on head. Just kinda sits there on top. The stars are cute; they're embroidered on the front in a group.
Got the original licorice back in my younger days and she's still meowing. I lost the yarn ball a while ago, but still have her metal stretchy collar and her fluffy bed. She's a cute cat and somewhat proportional to the dolls.
Love this outfit. It fits well even on PC dolls and is very cute. It's a good value considering you get the boots, as well as all the mix-n-match possibilities. The only worry I have is the scarf snagging on the velcro.
Got the complete set in great condition off Craigslist for a steal of a $15 price. I love it, but it's difficult to pose dolls with tighter limbs. Yet, it looks great with the dolls, however they are posed. It also makes for easier storage as it folds like a regular scooter.
I got all the pieces off Craigslist for $15 from a girl not much older than me that was selling parts of her childhood collection. The with all the things in it is kinda bulky when the doll wears it, but fits well and stays up. Everything is well made, and the computer still works, I just have to replace the battery.
A nice little book from the AG Hallmark Collection that is an analog version of goodreads.com for girls. Entitled My Reading Diary, there are 3 sections: Books I Have Read, Books I Want to Read, and My Top Ten Books.
The tin is small and rectangular, about 2 inches tall. The lid has all 7 original historical characters in their holiday outfits pictured. Included are 5 small cookie cutters in the shapes of a star, circle, moon, heart, and gingerbread man. There are also 8 recipe cards, one for each of the 8 original historical characters, with recipes related to each of their stories and cultures.
I never knew that the books were sold at Hallmark, but a thrift store find shows that they were.
I have the Hallmark AG Collection version of Meet Felicity. I'm not sure if only the meet books were released, or the rest of the core series for each character. The only differences are on the back cover and spine of the book.
I got this outfit at the MoA in April. I like that there are individual pieces for mix and match possibilities. Although I like the style and quality and the colors individually (blue is my favorite color), the whole combination seems drab and dreary to me. Well anyway, I love the shoes. They are great, I can't stress that enough.
I got this outfit from the Cyber Monday sale in 2011. I love the classic look of the romper. It's very 30's-esque to me. Timeless in a way. Although it does not fit perfectly. It is snug on Petra who is PM. I like the hat, it's simple, but I'm not that much of a fan. The shoes are cute and fit well.
When I was little I had this costume for Halloween, as well as the matching one for my doll. I have no clue where either outfit is, but have one saving grace of the doll headband that is currently in my possession. I love it and it's adorable. I imagine it can be used without the costume for a more boho look.
While I seem to have misplaced the circlet, the outfit still looks fine. I find it to be especially cute- maybe it's all the lace and frilly-ness. The outfit is generally good quality except that the socks are exceptionally easy to snag.