Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 8, 2011 22:37:23 GMT -5
I'm glad it came with two so when you forget where you put one you have the other til you find it
I think they're really cute. I feel like they're almost doll size, too. I don't use them as much for combing curls as much as using it for styling the actual hair style, like pulling it half up and making sure I have the entire wig layer up instead of being messy with part of one layer and part of the layer below it all mixed up.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 8, 2011 22:33:21 GMT -5
I think this is a really cute set. If you're looking for something that looks real, but mini, I would agree this isn't really for you. But for a girl's play it's just perfect.
The mixer really works, which is fun. The bowl, spatula, and sheets are just what your girl needs to make her little cookies. I love that they included a finished cookie for each cutter, and the glitter isn't the sort of cheap glitter that sheds everywhere. The little 'sprinkles' and 'icing' to finish the cookies are adorable too.
It's lots of fun, and I definitely don't think anyone would regret purchasing this set (so long as they don't mind plastic of course).
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 8, 2011 22:27:52 GMT -5
I believe I got this set on sale also. Funny though, I actually liked all of it but the headband!
I think the gift box is adorable. It opens up and has a pretty bow that's still intact. There's not really much you can actually *put* in it though. But it looks cute. So. Such is life.
The thank you cards are cute, but I don't feel they're small. But then cards can vary in size, so, whatever. They have pretty details.
Lip gloss is alright. I didn't hate it but I could have lived without it too.
I think the stocking is just adorable. Maybe a little small, but I feel it makes up for it in cuteness. The candy cane fit in and pokes out really cute.
The headband is cute... if you have the outfit, which I didn't. I didn't really like that it was included and felt it should have just gone with the outfit (I know, it supposed to be the accessories for the outfit, but I just wanted the cute Christmas stuff!). Quality wise it's good, and cute if that's what your dolls like to wear.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 22:06:32 GMT -5
I think this may be my favorite of my four AG ornaments. Miss Felicity plays her guitar with little Posie watching her.
I think it's just adorable. The detail on these ornaments is amazing and this one is no exception. Her apron has little flowers on it. The guitar and Posie both have real ribbons (glued so not to come undone, but it's glued carefully so not to gob up and ruin the prettiness). I especially love little Posie on this ornament; she's fuzzy, has the real ribbon, and has a cute little bell too (the bell is not real, just a mold). She looks so sweet.
Please excuse the bad photos. Camera doesn't like to focus the way I want it to.
Front of the ornament. You can see here how Posie isn't as defined as Felicity is, due to her texture.
Back of the ornament.
Felicity's sweet face.
Close ups of Posie. Maybe her being fuzzy (or felty? I don't really know) next to a hard mold didn't help with the camera focusing. But here you can make out the little bell.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 21:30:33 GMT -5
I love this ornament as well. Her face is so sweet and she's painted very well, and they really paid attention to detail. I also love that she's holding the apple to give detail to what scene she's supposed to be in. I think the little horse brush is cute but it's so little I don't always hang it up for fear of having it lost and thrown out with the tree at the end of the season!
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 13:42:28 GMT -5
I love love love this outfit. I found it on eBay for a good price several years ago.
I like that you can layer the tops without it beginning to bunch up or anything. It all fits very well, and the white top is a good addition to work with other outfits. I think they could have gone with a different color other than pink to be a bit more tomboy, but I think the pink looks good with the green cargo pants and doesn't look overly girly.
I love the shoes the most out of this outfit. They're way too cute and aren't matchy-matchy with the outfit so you can easily put them under a pair of jeans for a casual outfit for your girl.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 13:38:39 GMT -5
Seems we all seem to be on the same page... I love the bathing suit, I think it's very suiting for the age. It covers the girl up but still looks modern. The sarong is adorable. The shoes are just plain difficult though - shame, as they're cute.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 13:29:43 GMT -5
This is a really cute outfit. I got it on sale at AG when they brought out a new meet outfit; they'd ran out of boots so I never had those, but it never bothered me I missed out on them. I tend to use Kit's meet shoes with this outfit.
The sweater is really cute and I think could go with a lot. Looks cute paired with jeans and different kinds of white tops.
The shirt is cute, but I pretty much only use it with the rest of the outfit.
The skirt is adorable, but I don't like the closure. I wish it had a clip and zip closure like my Kit meet skirt. It gets tight on PM dolls too, but it's still manageable.
I like the tights, but since I don't have the boots, I didn't actually use them much. I still have them in case something else pops up that they'll match.
Overall, cute outfit. I like to put it on Kit most of the time. I think her short hair looks cute with it. It looks good on pretty much any doll though.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 13:16:07 GMT -5
I think this outfit is just adorable. I bought it off of eBay; all items were included in mint condition.
The outfit fits perfectly on my girls. The material would stand up to lots of playing. I think the colors look great, and I like that they added the undergarments. The socks are good quality (which is important to me - I find some sock sets barely stay up, very annoying). The sneakers are cute and coordinate with the outfit.
The scrunchie is cute and fitting for a cheerleader. The pom poms stay attached well, even in play, and don't flatten out over time. You can easily fluff them up after stuffing them for storage.
I agree the outfit looks great with blue-eyed dolls. The blue in the outfit really makes them pop.
I most certainly give this outfit an A+. There's just no cons to it! You won't regret purchasing this at all.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 13:06:25 GMT -5
I LOVE this outfit. This PJ set belongs to Nicki, who looks absolutely adorable in it.
The PJs are very well made and feel very nice, and look absolutely adorable on any doll.
The slippers don't stay on very well, but that's expected from backless slippers. I would have liked if they put something clear on the back to help keep them on, but, whatever. They're still cute. But I wouldn't suggest taking them out of the house. Highly suggest telling children to leave them at home for sleepovers.
I agree the hairband is pointless. Nicki doesn't sleep in a pony tail or braid and it's horrible anyway. It's not stretchy at all. I imagine they just threw it in there because they felt just the outfit wasn't enough. I think a cute matching pillow for a couple more bucks would have been much better.
However, all things considered, they're still adorable PJs. I think they'd be a great addition to any modern collection. Nicki loves them! (:
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Oct 7, 2011 12:56:30 GMT -5
I purchased this outfit directly from AG. My Jess wears it, as she looks adorable in it and I decided between my two modern girls, she was more likely to be a skater. (:
I give this outfit an A. The sweater is cute, the dress is adorable. The skates are really well made, though the guards do fall off easily so I have to keep a careful eye so not to lose one. I realize purple skates aren't exactly common, but I think for a doll outfit they're acceptable (but then, I'm not a skater!). I think they look really cute with the costume, and don't mind that they don't match anything else I own - they're only worn with this outfit!
I agree, it should have come with tights for the performance costume. Why'd the leave them out? Seems odd to me.
The medal is kind of bleh. It's discolored even though I never used it. (Maybe the lack of use caused it to discolor, I don't know).
But overall, I think it's adorable. But if you get it second hand, you're not missing out on much if it's missing the medal or skate guards lol. Even the skates could be replaced with any white skates.
Post by Ensign Shadow Snogger on Sept 25, 2011 20:30:37 GMT -5
This is the only Bitty Baby doll to make it into my family (: Me, my grandmother, and my little cousin all have this Bitty. She also introduced me to AG (: Love her to pieces! I got her for my third birthday... My mom says we just called her 'expensive baby' for a while And then supposedly I woke up one day and decided her name was Julie, with, according to my mother, no reasoning at all. And Julie is all I remember her being (: The other girls of the family are Margie (a favorite name of my Grandma's) and Elizabeth (little cousins middle name).
I'll never be able to get another Bitty... Julie's just way too special. I don't like to show favoritism among my girls, but Julie was really the first one, and that just makes her extra special! She's been to the hospital once for her limbs (not from lack of quality - just lots of love!) and her eyes aren't blue anymore (one eye has gone silver, the other is just a greyish color), but that's okay... she's still my little Julie all the same (: I can't bear to send her to the hospital again. Her head is all I have left of my original baby (due to the previous hospital trip) and we can cope with silver eye.