Monday, September 30, 2013

Fairy Tale High Dolls

My 7-year old never got into dolls until she was close to six years old. That is correct! I think it was after Christmas when she started liking and playing with dolls. 

Recently, I was given the opportunity to work with the Fairy Take High Dolls by S-K Victory.The daughter was very ecstatic when she found out about the good news. She never had this kind of doll before. So having this kind of doll was truly an awesome treat for.
She got three of them! Meet Alice, Cinderella, and Little Mermaid. 
Fairy Tale High features a collection of beautifully designed 11.5" fashion dolls toting today's trendiest clothes, hairstyles and designer shoes. They even have a series of webisodes and eBooks found for free at, that showcase each character’s teenage story, revealing the qualities that will eventually make them princesses and the not-so-perfect flaws that trip them up along the way. 
My daughter loved her new Fairy Tale High Dolls. I thought they're fashionably cute and sassy! I'm surprisingly impressed with the quality. Each doll has a fully articulated bodies that enable girls to create stories, posing and bringing together characters for the first time. There's actually 8 of them, and now my daughter wants to collect them all! I guess I'll get her some for Christmas.

Enter the magical world of Fairy Tale High, a place where magic happens and beloved fairy tale characters come together for the first time ever in a modern-day high school setting. Toting the latest accessories and sporting designer fashions and hip hairstyles, teenage Snow White, Rapunzel, Belle, Sleeping Beauty, Little Mermaid, Alice in Wonderland, Tinker Bell and Cinderella are brought to life as they might have been before they became fairy tale princesses.

These dolls would make a great gift and are perfect for little girls ages 3 and up! For more details or would like to order, you should visit Like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter for updates and promotions. So what are you waiting for? They are also available nationwide at Toys R Us stores, select Wal-Mart stores and online retailers.

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1 comment :

Unknown said...

maybe some of her classmates at school are into dolls, naa pa d i ni pag asa si justine. i hid all her dolls ky opposite siya ni midas touch. kang midas, mahimong gold ang i touch, ky justine, maguba ang i touch. anyway, thease are really cutesies dolls. ang mga legs nipis kaayo hehehe