Molly will be getting ready for Christmas soon, and won't have her bed until Santa brings it, so Petra is modeling these.
I had no idea that they were velcro! I was expecting buttons. I am disappointed. But otherwise, I like them. They seem comfy and large. Will fit any doll, PC or Mattel. The material is thin. I agree, it should match the girl's pajamas, which is so nice.
I am pretty sure one of my favourite outfits of all time. I love the style. The colors are great. There's mix and matching possibilities. Great quality. And the sweater is SUPER soft. Love it. Fits PM dolls excellently.
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I love this set. I don't mind that it has few pieces, because the bowl, colander, and pot are really versatile for any kitchen. I love kitchen accessories. The apron is extremely cute too! It fits really well. Love that the colander and pot are metal. Wish the fruit wasn't clumped. It's big enough that it doesn't have to be.
Ok, so I have found no evidence of this on the site or Curt Danhauser's. I'm thinking it might be referenced in some catalog, but I'm not sure and I'm not sure of the real name. Got this at the AG Place Chicago in the early 2000's.
Included are Doll Cleansing Powder (Baking Soda), a washcloth, and a towel.
The towels are good quality and can be thrown in the washing machine with regular towels if needed. The cleansing powder is just baking soda, nothing more; it's just in the little container with AG on it.
Overall the whole set is good and effective. I wet the washcloth and sprinkle powder on it, then wipe the doll's vinyl. I have half of the large towel damp to wipe away the baking soda when I'm done scrubbing, and then with the dry half of the towel, dry the vinyl.
Oh god this sheds like crazy. I just put it on Kaya and I am now covered in white feathers. It does look cute, if not a little off on the big dolls. If you just have the dress on with the tights it totally reminded me of the lingerie in Elf! The boots fit pretty well on a Mattel doll, a little snug, but they close.
I like the style, reminded me of a 60's style. The color is nice, but a little dull and kinda washes out fair skinned dolls. It's not too difficult to get the shoes on over the socks, but it's hard to get them to look good and not bunch the socks to no end.
I really like the look with the sandals from Saige's Sweater Outfit.
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.