With the debute of the Apple Blossom Crackling Fragrance Spray, there was a promotion for a whole bunch of Apple Blossom-related products, but mostly it was centered around this bag and matching coin purse. I have both, but seem to have misplaced the coin purse in moving.
The bag is a unique shape with it fanning out from the flat-based bottom. It is a calm, pale pink and the apple toggle is the same green as every Apple Blossom AG product features. The bag doesn't hold much, and doesn't have a zipper, so is seriously lacking safety wise. When I was young all I could basically put in there was the coin purse and the crackling spray. The base of my bag doesn't stand up flat very well because it's been crushed in a box for years, but when it was new the bag kept it's shape.
The shower tote from the AG Real Beauty line is of great quality and usefulness. It's made with a red soft plasic (vinyl?) and has star cutouts, imprints, and an "American Girl" imprint as well. It holds a lot of stuff- all the AG B&BW products I own- and has no flaws to it at all. Highly reccomended.
The white on it is nothing. Nothing except some deoderant that fell when I took out the tote.
Everything fits with tons of room to spare. I don't keep the bags in the shower tote.
I remember when this came out and they had a bunch of promotions for it. Of course I went right for them. The sensation when you sprayed it was so different and it tickeled for a while until you rubbed your hands together. The smell was pleasant, but unfortunately it didn't last for long.
I really liked these hand sanitizers. They had a great variety of smells that aren't so common on the market- even in today's Bath & Body Works selection. I had Apple Blossom, and although I didn't use much of it, when I did, I can say that it was pretty good.
I love this bag. It's the perfect size for overnights, as I many-a-times used it for. The material is very satin-y and as previously stated, the pins are not removable. The little pockets make it great and it closes with a drawstring and then the flap with a metal snap.
EDIT: OMG I finally learned how to put pictures in! And on my 100th post too. I knew I was saving it for something special!
Last Edit: Apr 6, 2011 22:38:50 GMT -5 by cheshie04
I got this as a PWP for $16 at AGP-C when they were about to retire it in October 2008. I really like it for some reason, especially when it's something I'd never even think about buying. Maybe it's the price It's a bit fragile of an outfit, with layers of tulle, and the unfinished ends make it seem susceptible to fraying. The color is great. The bad thing is that it doesn't fit PC dolls that perfect, it seems awkward with the way it bunches. Other than that, I love the shoes, when they finally get on the doll's foot. The clips that come with it are great, and work perfect with a ballet bun. And the little program, eh, it's flimsy paper.
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Last Edit: Aug 13, 2011 21:17:52 GMT -5 by cheshie04
This is a great piece of furniture- I only have one chair. I got it for a great price when the old AGP-C used to have a wall of sales. One chair was $14. I couldn't think of a better price for it! The chair is sturdy, a pretty color, and the doll actually sits in it. The color really complements the pillow from Jess' Tree Swing that I have with it. Grade A.
Last Edit: Dec 30, 2011 2:46:42 GMT -5 by cheshie04