Groovy Decor Set Includes three reversible wall panels, a ceiling with crown molding, a parquet wood floor with baseboard trim, and a window with a beaded curtain and reversible scene.
This set- the walls, floor, ceiling, moldings, baseboards, and window- was attached to the room when I got it at Goodwill. Once I played around with everything, I saw the quality in it. The parquet wood floor was originally upside-down but then I flipped it over and it is beautiful! The pieces all fit together in a certain way, I found, to keep everything in place. Put in this order: floor, ceiling, back wall, side walls. The wall patterns are cute, although I wish you could have one side wall be green and the other side wall be pink. Alas, the side walls must be matching in order to fit the room properly.
The ceiling holds up with two magnetic strips. The other side that actually shows is just white.
All the decorating magic happens inside this wooden display box. Walls are magnetic so panels and trim attach and can be moved easily. Box is electrified so lights really work!
• Magnetic interior walls • Pre-wired with seven tiny outlets • Plug-in transformer • Detachable feet • Two stacking pins
W:14", H:12 3/8", D:11". Cannot be gift-wrapped.
YB $48 later $52
Found this at Goodwill and since it's AG anything I got it. Paid $1.99 for it. It's in good condition, just don't have the transformer for it. So I'm gonna look into it some more to find a compatible one if I ever get any accessories. Sturdy, and the feet come off plenty easily.
Taking the feet off.
The holes on top to stick the stacking pins inside of.
Got this one summer 2004 as a gift from my dad. I really can't understand everyones complaints. Mine has never fallen, and once the sticks are all in place they don't come out. Kaya can fit just fine. I love the fire.
You could buy this separately for $5.00, but I'm pretty sure I got this as a freeby or promotion. It's a 6inX6in calendar for 2006. I haven't taken it out of the cellophane, so I have no idea what the pages are like. They likely are positive sayings on colorful backgrounds like the rest of the AG B&BW collection.
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The binder is nice. Average binder quality. Just like the ones at Target or Walmart, but with AG theming. The outside pocket is nice to have.
Inside, there are pockets and slots for pens and pencils. The binder included cardstock dividers with each historical for a total of 8. They have each girls' facts printed on them, like birthday, family, etc.
Found my copy at Half Price Books in new condition including all pieces and stickers. It's extremely nice and if filled out would turn out exceptionally well done and harkons back to PC heirloom quality.
Each section has a page with AG illustrations.
There's big envelopes to store momentos and pages to fill out.
Pocket in the back with stickers and stencil. The screws are in a baggie taped to the book.
Let’s all go to the beach! This set includes a striped blanket and pretend picnic–lunch goodies: a turkey sandwich with an olive on top, a bag of chips, a wedge of watermelon, a glass of pink lemonade with a fun straw, a white plate, and a blue napkin. $24
This is a great set for the price. I expected it to be at least $28. Yes, you only get one set of food, but there's a lot of pieces so I find it ok. I love the blanket. It is big enough to sit two dolls on. It folds up and has a velcro carrying strap which is a nice touch. The food is cute and while not super realistic, had some detail. I like that it was more than a single sandwich and a drink and that nothing is attached to the plate.
I play cello, so when AG came out with this set, I just had to have it! But not at the $48 price. Waited and got it on sale in summer(?) 2014 for around $28.
It's plastic, but I like that it's shiny. Good for display, but I'm extremely careful with it. I worry about the "strings" breaking or bending out of place. As well as the bridge getting snapped.
I like that the doll can carry the case, but HA! if the doll is going to carry the case with the cello in it. She has to stand in an awkward position to balance the weight properly. The straps are black elastic, which is nice. Very easy to get on the arms.
The accessories like the rosin and book are nothing special. I like that the rosin comes out of its case though. The book is rather thin and flimsy.
It's nice that all of the pieces can fit in the case, as they would with a real cello. The ribbons to tie the neck in the case are nice so that way it's not bumping around.
A nice set. Mine must be a later version that included 6 petit fours, grouped in threes. I love the fans because they actually open and close! The ice cream is nice to put in the lemonade bowls. The flowers are nothing spectacular, kinda flimsy. The holder can hold the fans open but not the bouquets.
Doll can hold fan closed without a holder or rubberbands.
The set looks great with Samantha's other birthday accessories and furniture.
Tights Set Item# F8166 Her doll will be ready for any occasion with these tights. Includes one black pair with a pretty pointelle pattern, and one white pair with a lovely lace pattern. $5
So got these on one of the Daily Deals in December. Great price.
They come in one of the AG shoe boxes. They're pretty thick tights. I never read the description and was surprised to see that they weren't a pure whte. They are way more ivory. The designs on them are nice.
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While a nice piece of furniture, the desk does not get much use around here. It is great for collecting dust, however. Sturdily built. I hate that my dolls butts never touch the seat in a normal sitting position.
The only reason I got this was because it went on sale in December 2014 for $15. It's a good price for that. But wouldn't mind paying the current price as it looks nicer than a lot of the current outfits and includes good shoes.
The skirt is poofy and made of a nice mix of materials. Looks cute. The shirt is simple with the sequins on a bib type thing attached at the top. I worry about them getting mixed up in hair. The shoes are great and well made. Plain design and neutral purple so can mix and match. The barrette is heavy metal, but need to shift it around a little to stay.
I've realised I do not like outfits with white shirts on blonde dolls. It washes out their color. Saige gets this one.
ANY doll looks great in it. I have seen it in person many times at AG and on many different dolls and have not seen it look bad on any of them.
Although the headband is simple and quite boring, it goes along well with the rest of the outfit. The sweater is a bit snug on PM dolls, but looks fine. The skirt is cute, no velcro, very similar to skirts I already own. The shoes are the best part. The design is adorable and they go on easily.
Create the latest doll hairstyles with help from this complete hair-care and storage center stocked with: *5 mini hair clips *2 butterfly clips *2 glittery barrettes *6 snap clips *8 colored ponytail holders *25 elastic bands *8 bobby pins *2 stylist clips *6 rollers *hair pick *pretend perfume *lip gloss *styling tips Even has a special hook for your doll hairbrush.
Found the storage part at a thrift store. It was pretty dirty and beat up, but I cleaned it and gave it love and now my dolls are using it as a nightstand.
I like the piece a lot, it's not huge, but can hold a lot and I love the top space you get when you open it up.