I hope you’re all doing great, I have a toy review for you today that I think you will love! I have two little girls aged 6 and 4 (next week). These have been played with ALOT since we got them!
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Have you seen Crystalina fairy dolls in the shops yet? I picked up two, one each for my girls from my local Tesco Extra. (Sandhurst).
Crystalina Fairy Dolls are magical and are the light up fairy dolls that combine the empowering energy of crystals and LED lights to bring together the fun of role play with collectable dolls. I chose Aventurine for Zara and Turquoise for Zayah, although they have been sharing and swapping them occasionally whilst they play.
There are four dolls to collect all together; Turquoise (Healing), Rose Quartz (Love), Amethyst (Wisdom), and Aventurine (Luck). The coolest part about these dolls is that they all connect to each other, my girls absolutely loved this about them and spent ages getting them to pass the colours and patterns back and forth to eachother. I think we will need to collect the Rose Quartz and Amethyst doll to create a big light show with all of them.
Each doll comes with a wearable (necklace) amulet that passes different colours and patterns of light between the dolls and the amulet. It can also collect different colours and light patterns from the different dolls, as well as its matching doll, which means that children can share their crystal powers with friends who have their own amulet.
The dolls have soft and brushable hair and each of them comes with a moon stand which collects the dolls light colours to create a display. To activate the dolls you simply give them a little shake and they will immediately light up!
These have been so fun for the girls to play with and something that I personally like is that they aren’t too big, they can be carried around the house with ease to play in different rooms or pop them in their backpack to take them out with us. The interactive side of it is brilliant and has definitely kept my children entertained. I think they are good value for money at £13 each and would make a lovely present for either birthdays or Christmas. Little ones will want to collect them all.