Tuesday 13 August 2019

(Ad - Gifted) Grow some fun with Blume Dolls! - Review! #BlumeDolls

My youngest daughter Ellie is crazy about surprise toys and little dolls so when I was asked if we'd like to have a look at the latest craze that are Blume Dolls I couldn't refuse.

Blume dolls are anticipated to be this year’s hottest collectible doll and Ellie was very excited to get into them!

Each doll is packaged inside a flowerpot. You peel off the foil on the top of the flowerpot then fill the little watering can with water, and pour it on top.

As you sprinkle the water on the "soil", the paper covering will disintegrate and the doll will magically bloom out of the flowerpot.

Ellie was so surprised when the doll came through the paper. I knew what was going to happen but she didn't and she was amazed! She thought it was real magic!

While some toys like this have limited play value these don't end with the reveal. Once the doll is taken out of the plant pot you can open the flowerpot to find 10 surprise accessories such as shoes, clothing, handbags, mini friends and doll stands.

 Each Blume character has its own name and a unique hairstyle. There are 22 characters in the first series to collect ranging from Super rare, rare and adorable.

When we grew the dolls, opened the pots and Ellie had been playing with them for a while she came running inside and said the hair comes off. We didn't realise! As well as mixing and matching the clothes you can swap the hair too! 

Even though you can't regrow these dolls there is still a lot of play to be had. Ellie has decided that she wants to collect them all and wants more for her birthday which is later this month.

You can buy Blume Dolls from Argos, Smyths and The Entertainer for round about £10.00. For the excitement and play value I think it is well worth the money.

We were sent two Blume Dolls free of charge in exchange for this blog post.

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