Hi everyone! I hope your week has been going well. These days I only make it to our local Target about once a month, because I have found that I tend to go a bit overboard in my shopping when I am there. I could spend so much money as I love all of their home decor, clothes, decorations, etc. This month I was good and only bought one item on my toy hunt (from Target).
I ended up also getting a few couch cushions and storage bins I had my eye on as well as some Halloween decorations that I thought were cute.
No more Target until November! ;)
Here are the new dolls I spotted this month:
Jaaks Pacific Fawn.I actually think she's really cute! I love her dress and I think she's the most pleasant of all the Disney Fairies I've seen to date.
These Rapunzel dolls seem to have a new face mold. The above is the cheaper one with a molded on bodice and the below one is one with a removal dress.
Her face shape comes the closest to what I feel her animated character looks like.
Frozen Fever in the hiz-ouse.
Their faces do nothing for me, but I think the dresses are really nice.
Now this was really cute! It's a Frozen Musial Jewelry box and I love how they portrayed little Elsa and Anna. I would actually consider getting this for Little Button for Christmas to keep all of her "jewels" in. :)
Any Star Wars fans out there? I AM! I am not into the "Bop It" game but this mini version of R2D2 is really cool and I would get it just to hear the real sounds!
By the way, have you guys seen the new trailer for the movie? It looks so good!
"Ahhh banana!" Gotta love Kevin. :)
Tween Scene Dolls
I love that little Woodstock. :)
Target also had this display of "retro" toys that I was excited to see.
George in the box.
We definitely had this.
We also had this Etch-A-Sketch, although I could really only make "stairs" lol.
I remember having a Raggedy Ann and Andy (that were homemade by my mom's friend) growing up. So classic!
These would be fun to get again!
Our Generation also had a few new faces. I love their African American face molds.
This one is so cute, but her eyes look a little crazy. Her name is Nahla and I love her face, hair and dress. She comes with a little garden set.
Abrianna is sweet as well.
I think her name might be Willow, but I can't remember.
PS...they finally have the OG mini dolls on the Target website!!!
As for Babs and the gang... there were a few new ones I hadn't seen before.
Cute dress, but why can't they make her knees bend? I've always loved Teresa.
Horrible bangs, but I love the lipstick!
I love this one's dress. She looks like Marcia Brady. I really had to laugh at the dog's positioning in the box. I don't think this dog poops either, which is a plus! Just strollin'.
She's so cute and I love her bold brows. This year's Barbie face mold is so pretty.
Gorgeous, but I think they could've done a better paint job on her lips!
Anything that includes a cat wearing glasses is good in my book.
Meh...this one does nothing for me, but I really appreciate all of these different face molds!
And finally, my favorite...Red Ruffles...
Here are the 2015 Holiday Barbies on display:
I'm in love with this Sister Snowy scene!!
Look at those cozy winter sweaters. I don't have a Skipper or Stacie yet, so I may end up getting this for myself this year. :)
Here's an additional stand alone Skipper.
This one has bangs.
And last, but not least, the 2015 Festive and Fun Barbie.
Pretty cute. I was hoping the Halloween one would still be there, but she was gone! I should've grabbed her last time. :(
Can you guess what I ended up with?
Red Ruffles! :)
All of these Christmas dolls are reminding me that the holiday season is quickly approaching.
Our family Halloween party is tomorrow and I don't have my costume yet! Hopefully it will all come together.
Happy Friday and hope you all have a nice weekend.