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Doll Review: Pink Glamour from Madame Alexander

ToysBulletin.com reviews an 18″ Doll for youngsters 3 years old and up.

7518239What little girl doesn’t like a large life-like doll that looks like her and has a closet full of outfits?  This stylish Madame Alexander doll, included in the Favorite Friends Collection, is appropriately named “Pink Glamour.”  In fact, Madame Alexander has created this entire 18” doll collection with little girls in mind, even adding an additional level of fun when you purchase complementary outfits and accessories for this size doll.  Known for authentic styling and “blinking eyes,”

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Doll Review: Anchors Away – A 20” Brown Eyed Beauty

ToysBulletin.com reviews another fine doll from Adora.

61yxLGaR1xL_SL1000Ahoy, just off the boat is an adorable little toddler named “Anchors Away.” She arrives in the usual elegant Adora Doll gift box with clear see-through windows.

Unknown_229At first glance, her dark brown hair and matching eyes immediately catch your attention, while the hand crafted eyelashes help frame her pretty eyes. Her skin color is soft with the standard blushing on the face, and extremities that make each and every Adora doll so irresistible. This cutie also has the famous powder scent and weighted body that we love so much. She honestly looks and feels like a real toddler.

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The Best of 2013 from Toys Bulletin

ToysBulletin.com lists its favorite toys and games of the year.

 

Each year this task gets much more difficult for our staff here at Toys Bulletin.  As has been the case in past years, we continue to see so many quality and exciting new products during the year that it is especially difficult to single out just a few standouts.  Plus, we also know that we cannot possibly test and review every toy and game released by every manufacturer in the past 12 months, so there is no doubt that we may have missed some good ones.


Here are the guidelines we follow in making our selections.  “The Best of 2013” is based solely on the toys and games that we have reviewed on our website from November 2012 through October 2013.  We have purposely excluded some older items, which may have been reviewed during that period, because that toy or game has been around for a number of years.  However, in some circumstances, we have also included an item that was new to us at Toys Bulletin, even though it may have been available for purchase prior to November 2012.

 

And most importantly, we followed our mission statement of providing a list of the “Best Toys and Games You’ve Never Heard Of...”


Posted in Apps and Video Games, Baby and Toddler, Board Games, Building, Christmas, Doll, Electronics, Figures, Games, Girls, Information, Learning, Nostalgic, Outdoor, Remote Control, Riding, Sports, Vehicles

Doll Accessory Review: A Quality Stroller for Your Doll

ToysBulletin.com reviews a 3 Wheel Shade Jogger from Adora Dolls.

Every little girl loves to run around her house.  So how perfect would it be if there was a stroller that allowed your little one to push her favorite dolly while running around the house.  It is hard to imagine an affordable, durable and quality stroller meant for a doll - but look no more, Adora Dolls, a division of Charisma Brands, has just delivered the perfect accessory for your little one.  In fact, they have developed a very special stroller that every doll must have – one that can mimic Mommy's real life baby jogging stroller.   Both moms and little girls will be amazed with the perfect maneuverability inside or outside the house...  

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Collectible Doll Review: 10 Inch Limited Edition Moulin Rouge Doll

ToysBulletin.com reviews a very special doll from Madame Alexander.

Officially licensed by Moulin Rouge S.A., this delightful Can-Can doll will be a value added addition to any serious Collector's shelf.  The “1889 La Gouloue Moulin Rouge” is a 10-inch fully articulated limited edition doll manufactured by Madame Alexander and is part of their Collector Series. 

 

Madame Alexander first introduced the full-figured fashion doll (Cissy) in 1955, wearing flawlessly designed haute couture outfits, which is particularly evident in this doll.  Gale Jarvis, President of the Alexander Doll Company, even signs an attractive certificate (included with each doll) indicating the authenticity and the number assigned to the doll out of the 250 actually produced.  This year, Madame Alexander is celebrating its 90th year in existence, and for good reason - their attention to detail and perfection in styling has kept them creating award-winning dolls that continue in popularity throughout the world...

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Collectible Doll Review: Adora Belle Becomes The Cowardly Lion

ToysBulletin.com reviews a porcelain doll from Paradise Galleries and Marie Osmond

 

Marie Osmond has done it again with the exclusive “Adora Belle-Cowardly Lion” collectible doll from Paradise Galleries.  The officially licensed porcelain doll, inspired by “The Wizard of Oz” movie, comes complete with its own badge of courage and a remarkable costume featuring a beautiful little girl named Adora Belle dressed up as the “Cowardly Lion.”  This limited edition doll will surely be one to add to your collection as only 1500 have been produced.  Marie Osmond's hallmark attention to detail is evident in this adorable movie inspired little girl with a head of hair similar to that of a Lion's mane - full of auburn curls and topped with two Lion ears cleverly attached to a headband and topped with a red satin bow...  
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Doll Review: Fancy Nancy-Mermaid Ballet Doll by Madame Alexander

ToysBulletin.com takes a close look at an 8” collectible doll from Madame Alexander


Back on 4 June 2013, Toys Bulletin reviewed an 18” Fancy Nancy cloth doll from the Play Alexander collection.  Now, we are going to review a smaller collectible edition of Fancy Nancy from the Storyland Collection at Madame Alexander. 

 

Just looking at the photos, readers will agree how sweet this petite 8” collectible Fancy Nancy doll is in her mermaid ballerina outfit.  She looks ready for the big dance show and wants to show off that unique fashion sense that only Fancy Nancy can pull off...

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Doll Review: A Pin-A-Four Seasons Doll from Adora – A Remarkable Toddler Doll

ToysBulletin.com reviews a high quality doll from Adora.

 

The “Pin-A-Four Seasons Doll” created by Adora is simply that – Adorable. Adora, a division of Charisma Brands, has not only made a darling life-like toddler doll, but she comes complete with four outstanding pinafore outfits that match every season of the year.  The “Pin-A-Four Seasons Doll” is a new release and a top choice winner from this Reviewer.  This 20-inch vinyl doll is not only admired by collectors, but we found it to be a favorite amongst children as well.  This doll will take you back to the goodness, joy and innocence of childhood and will surely put a smile on your face when she arrives.


The “Pin-A-Four Seasons Doll” has remarkable handmade features, which really sets her apart from other dolls in this category.  Her beautiful blue eyes with real eyelashes and four handmade outfits make her a special addition to your collection...  
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