Invest in a set of these little beauties:
If you haven’t seen them before, these are Monster High Dolls and my daughter absolutely loves them! We first came across these dolls last year when we were Toyologists for Toys R Us and she fell in love with Frankie Stein, the daughter of Frankenstein of course! Once she had Frankie she simply couldn’t live without the others and has collected Draculaura, Lagoona Blue and Clawdeen Wolf so far. I’ve kept my eyes peeled for bargain prices since last Christmas and have managed to get her Cleo De Nile, Ghoulia Yelps and the two newest dolls Abbey Bominable and Spectra Vondergeist – the last two at half the price they are selling at now!
Of course the dolls aren’t the only things in the range, she’s after a video recorder/camera, a wii game and a few fashion designing books too, all featuring the artwork and characters of Monster High – little does she know that Father Christmas has granted her wish already and they’re already hidden away and waiting to be wrapped.
The dolls themselves are really very cool, think Barbie but for the in crowd. They’re pretty but have monster like features, which sets them apart from other dolls around at the moment. They have their own diary giving their back story – how they were created, who their parents are, what they like and don’t like and you can even watch them online in their own tv show at http://www.monsterhigh.com – a favourite with my daughter when she manages to steal my laptop away from me. I really do like these dolls and would definitely recommend them for any girls of around my daughters age, infact even my daughters slightly older friends think they’re cool and have put them on their christmas lists, so they can’t be bad!
Please note this is not a sponsored post, I am purely recommending a product I think would suit other children as a Christmas present.