Chrissa will be all set for a perfect picnic with these party treats:
A pitcher of pretend pink lemonade A box of table talkers filled with inspirational sayings to break the ice A pretend three-tiered cake with a bottom layer that separates into four slices 3 pretend slices of watermelon to serve on a platter 3 pretend sandwiches 3 place mats 3 polka-dot plates 3 polka-dot glasses 3 cloth napkins A cake plate
I don't have much else to say except that the pitcher of lemonade has the same problem as the jars from Kit's Produce Jars the plastic that should be clear glass isn't quite clear. It's a little cloudy. Other than that I'm happy with the set.
Post by LaurenInChicago on Jan 5, 2009 17:05:42 GMT -5
I LOVE these party treats. I wasn't planning on getting them at all, but when I saw them in person I knew I had to have them. I'm a sucker for miniature food. My favorite pieces are probably the little lemonade picture (with the tiny lemons floating on top!), the little sandwiches which look very realistic (meat, lettuce, mayo and tomato on wheat it looks like) and the cake of course. The dishes are cute also though, as are the watermelon slices. I don't really care either way about the box with the table talkers or whatever. Overall, adorable set, I give it an A!
Post by Danibananni on Jun 15, 2009 16:39:58 GMT -5
I recently received this set and absolutely love it! It is so adorable. The sandwiches are so cute I may even buy a second set. I have more than three dolls so I would love for them all to have a setting. One thing that I loved is how the set arrived. There is three of everything and the middle piece in the bag was individual wrapped. I was really impressed with it. Highly recommended!
I love this set! Everything is really cute, and you get quite a few pieces for the price. The cups will stay in the doll's hand if they are placed correctly, as will the pitcher. The only complaint I have about the set is the food seems to be a little too thick. The sandwiches are thicker than what most little girls would eat, as are the cake slices. I also think the cake slices should have been in either 6 or 8 instead of only 4 slices. They seem too wide. I would've liked to see the set come with forks instead of the box of sayings. I'm considering buying replacement parts so I have a full set of 4. Everything is incredibly detailed and high quality.
For the price: A If it came with another place setting or forks: A+
Post by PortraitsofADoll on Oct 26, 2009 16:28:41 GMT -5
A. I enjoy Chrissa's party treats. The watermelon, sandwiches, and lemonade pitcher are realistic. My only gripe is that the cake stand is too small for the cake slices! While I like the "Words to Live By", the box is too big for the inspirational cards.
Post by Megans Mom on Oct 28, 2009 15:06:19 GMT -5
My daughter (9 yrs) has this set and just loves it. She does not even have Chrissa yet but insisted on buying this set when we were in Atlanta. This set is well worth the money because it has great play value for a child. With a little imagination this set makes way for many pretend parties.
I have had this set put aside for awhile. DD8 just received it for Christmas. We are very pleased with this set. I just wish that I had bought another one since 3 is an odd number (I know why they did it, but 4 would have been better). This is DD's first food set and we couldn't be happier. Everything looks so nice and edible.
I know that plastic gets a lot of grief on this board, but I love this set being plastic since my DD can't harm it. When she plays with my Felicity's treat set and tea set, I cringe waiting for something to break. It is nice knowing that this set should be unbreakable.
It gets an A from me. It would score higher if it had 4 of everything.