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Brobo: A New Plush Robot Toy

Brobo 1ToysBulletin.com reviews a futuristic friend for little ones from Hog Wild Toys.

It is always fun to see what will be coming next in the area of plush toys, and we have found a good one for sure. “Brobo,” from Hog Wild Toys, was recently introduced to an unsuspecting public, featuring some very clever nighttime solutions that will surely capture the imagination of youngsters ages 18 months and older.

Brobo 2“Brobo” currently offers 5 different designs, including Brobo, Pep, Trex, Mumu and Dog, each one a different color. We got a hold of an Orange Trex, which we are reviewing. Our Trex stands approximately 14″ tall, with a short body, cute face and a wonderful pair of larger than expected eyes. All of this is highlighted by a blue & white beanie placed strategically towards the back of his head. It is huggable for sure.

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Posted in Baby and Toddler, Doll, Learning

Sweet Berry Baby Doll and a Carrier too

Sweet Berry Baby 1ToysBulletin.com reviews a newly released doll from Paradise Galleries and a Baby Carrier from Adora.

What makes spring and summer so special? The smell of fresh fruit, and the wonders of a new born baby.

You can’t go wrong with Paradise Galleries’ latest addition to their fabulous doll collection – “Sweet Berry Baby.” Hand sculpted by Lisa Gregg, this 20 inch little darling will certainly make any Doll Collector smile with delight. A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Lisa is a multiple award winner and recognized as a Master Artist by the Professional Doll Makers’ Art Guild. Combine that with Paradise Galleries’ superb quality and distinctive style, and this little “Sweet Berry Baby” is a sure hit.

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A New 18″ Doll from the Isaac Mizrahi Collection at Madame Alexander

Hooray Doll 1ToysBulletin.com reviews the fun and fashionable “Hooray” Doll from Madame Alexander.

Madame Alexander recently added a new collection from Isaac Mizrahi to their doll catalog. To quote Isaac Mizrahi, “Dolls have a special place in my heart. I began my design career with dolls.”

This doll is an 18″ beauty with light skin tone, bright brown eyes with long black eyelashes and a soft pink mouth matching her fine featured face. The eyes even open and close. Her brown hair has side bangs, is pulled back into a tight chignon and is ready for styling.

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NurseryTime Baby and Toddler Time Outfit from Adora Dolls

ToysBulletin.com reviews a doll and outfit from Adora Dolls.

Adora Nursery Time 1Adora Dolls has birthed a darling little sweetheart that is sure to delight baby doll fans everywhere. The “NurseryTime Baby” is available with four different skin/eye color combinations. Our review doll came with fair skin, blue eyes and blond hand painted-sculpted hair. She is lovingly dressed in a soft white jersey sleeper gown, and the 7 piece set includes the baby doll, gown, snuggle bed, blankie, sleeper hat, diaper and birth announcement.

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Travel Friends: International Play Dolls

Travel Friends 1ToysBulletin.com looks at a new line of dolls from Madame Alexander.

Madame Alexander has created a collection of international “Travel Friends Play Dolls” intended for ages 3 years old and up. There are currently a total of nine dolls to choose from, each representing a different country and each measuring 7″ tall. The word for “hello” in that country’s native language is featured on the packaging and all of the dolls are dressed in clothing which highlight their country’s traditions. The countries represented by this collection include Ireland, China, Germany, India, France, Kenya, Mexico, Russia and Italy. We took a closer look at the dolls from India and Kenya.

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Flower Power: It’s a Doll from Madame Alexander

Flower Power 1ToysBulletin.com has their say about an adorable 18″ doll.

Combine the retro 60s and an attractive blond doll and you have a winner. “Flower Power,” part of the Favorite Friends collection, is a very hip styled doll that would be considered very “cool” by any little girl. This 18″ beauty arrives in the attractive pink signature Madame Alexander box and you are immediately impressed with her sweet face and fashion perfect outfit. This articulated doll has a vinyl head, arms and legs featuring a soft fabric body which flexes especially well when striking a pose on your doll shelf. The firm vinyl breast plate allows the clothes to stay put, thus keeping a natural shape without wrinkling the outfit.

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Doll Accessories: From Adora

Purr-fectly posh 1ToysBulletin.com looks at several Adora doll accessories made for little girls and collectors too.

Fresh out of the California Playroom, Adora’s accessories are going to delight anyone – especially someone who already owns an Adora doll. They are really full of ADORAbility! Adora Dolls are very special – each one handmade with a perfect blend of sweetness and love. Now they have accessories to complement the doll line – what little girl doesn’t want to accessorize? I will be reviewing two unique outfits, a pair of tennis shoes, and finally a table feeding seat designed to fit most 12″-20″ dolls.

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Posted in Doll, Girls

Madame Alexander’s “Pirouette in Purple Ballerina Doll” & “Dorothy, Wizard of Oz Doll”

pircuette 1ToysBulletin.com looks at a pair of collectible dolls from Madame Alexander.

Madame Beatrice Alexander said “A beautiful doll is a joy forever,” and we at Toys Bulletin want to confirm how true that is, especially with the two collectible beauties we are looking at today. It was indeed a joy to open their pretty pink and blue boxes with matching pink tissue and find lovely 8” dolls created with love by Madame Alexander. White satin ribbon hold the fully articulated dolls in their boxes for a nice presentation, while the pink tags found on each of their small arms simply say, “Love is in the details.”

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Posted in Doll, Girls








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