The Cinderella Fairytale Castle
is perfect for under the tree this Christmas!
If you are looking for the perfect play set for the little girl in your life, you should consider the Cinderella Fairytale Castle this Christmas. I recently had the chance to review it and get hands on…I almost thought I was a child again…almost. The first thing I fully admit to loving about this is the lack of pieces. While it does have pieces, it’s a bearable amount and the main pieces are big pieces already put together. WIN for Mattel!
It does have small pieces, so be sure to keep kiddos 3 and under away…or those that are prone to putting anything they grab in their mouth, we don’t want to have a choking child. The small pieces are items like pots, little “yarn balls”, cups, a little flower vase, as well as a few other small decorative items. Best to take those away when the little bitty ones are around. Included are the castle, Cinderella doll, 3 dresses, and quite a bit of furniture and accessories. The Cinderella Fairytale Castle also features 5 play areas including a kitchen and bedroom with closet to have countless hours of fun.
Yes, our Cinderella was doing her housework in her ball gown…we must always be ready in a moments notice, right??!! However her “cleaning” outfit, as well as her first ball dress, are included so you can change Cinderella to fit whatever part she is playing. Whether she is dancing the night away or making sure the castle is spic and span Cinderella will help your child have a blast and enter into the world of imagination. The Cinderella Fairytale Castle is definitely a must this Christmas, in our opinion! Just make sure Cinderella is home before the clock strikes 12…
**I received above item at no cost to me for sole purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are my own**
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