I have the Campfire Accessories. It includes a purple camping lantern that lights up with an AG insignia on it. You can get similar such lanterns, I know. There are also two thin paperback books of Campfire Songs and Ghostly Jokes. There is a can of aerosal type Bug Spray and 2 camp patches one, circular with Pine Lake Summer Camp on it and another with a squirrel with "nuts for camp" on it. There is also a red flora print square cushion that looks more like it belongs indoors, no camping motif at all included.
The actual campfire set sounds a lot more satisfying as do the sets at Wal mart and Target. The only thing I like about this set is the lantern and I am sure Michael's or some other shop would have a mini camping lantern--I know I have seen them.
Though I've heard a lot of complaints about the jacket, I can vouch that the loud yellow fleece things were popular among kids during those years. I bought one from one of the children's stores, can't remember which one that several of my then little boys wore. The same bright yellow but hoodie in style. A lot of little ones wore that color or the hot pink or bright turquoise.
I really was on the fence about this outfit because it looked like it was made out of flannel. That is the one medium I can use for doll clothes. But it was on a Spotlight Special plus another deal on top of it, so I went ahead and ordered it.
I have a lot of accessories that go with this outfit so I didn't need much. THe outfit is adorable with tights, the mix and match possibilities are great. I really like the embroidered jacket. Wish there were a shell or something under it included, but we had that covered . I also felt that tights are a necessity with this outfit as well as mittens. I had all of those things and a muff and skates as well, all off brand, so the outfit really just made it the set.
Worth the sales price. The skirt looks good with the meet sweater too. I give it a B+ for the price. With tights instead of the panties, and a pair of mittens, I would have given it a solid A. B- for the non sale price which is steep to me. At that price, there should have been a shell included too.
I got one for my niece who has used it very heavily and stretched it to the limits. She's taken it to Europe twice and and uses it all of the time to take her doll/s to friends' houses as well as to their ski condo several times a month. My brother has even commented on how sturdy the thing is and how glad he is that I gave that to her.
Talked to my little niece via Skype last night and asked about the bag. I had not really paid attention to the fact that the face part is open. According to her and my brother, the bag gets an A+. It fits a ton of stuff and even both of her dolls, though it's heavy for her when she does that. I don't like idea of the open window either, but she is fine with it . Sort of like those baby carriers to her as she likes to see her doll as she travels with it. The thing has gotten a lot of use and though my brother says he would have never bought it himself, he could not think of anything better for carrying the doll around on trips with all of her stuff. The AG reviews, which I just read, resonate with the same sentiments they have.
I bought this outfit for my niece at the same time that I bought her MyAG #28. I bought matching dresses for doll and girl, and it is my niece's absolute favorite outfit. My SIL was also thrilled with it and reports that the clothes are well made. Hefty price for the duo, but it got a lot of wear as it is versatile in wear to dressy as well as casual events.
I have two glass eyed mini Kirstens. One has black/brown eyes, the other has blue eyes. The blue eyed one is taller than the dark eyed one. Both blue eyed dolls (glass and painted eyes) are the same size.
I also have two versions of glass eyed Felicities but both have green eyes, though one is taller than the other.