Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Aurora - Sea Sparkles

My daughter adores mermaids. So when I learned that Aurora had a new line, called Sea Sparkles, I knew that she would be head over heals for these mermaid dolls!

Aurora was created back in 1981and has grown to be the leading supplier of affordable, high quality gift products. We frequently see Aurora's fantastic products when we are out shopping. Their quality and design always catches my eye and my daughter's attention.

We have been fortunate enough to have several Aurora products that we have purchased, been given as gifts, and even received for reviews. So I already knew that I should expect a very high quality toy. When the box arrived my daughter was so anxious to open it up and find the mermaid that she had picked out online.

Morgana arrived in perfect condition and even better than we expected. The details on the doll are beautiful. From her shimmering fin to her sparkling jewel. She is the perfect size for my daughter to play with and cuddle. Her hair is beautiful and hasn't tangled! I know all you moms can appreciate that!

Here are some product details about this fabulous new line of dolls:

The Sea Sparkles collection now includes new 10", 18", 38" mermaids plus four 27" mermaids. (small, medium, large and extra large sizes; SRP: range from $8-$70).

Each mermaid has long yarn hair and her dress is accented with a shiny jewel.

The holiday-themed Merry Mermaids, "Joy" and "Noel," are beautifully dressed in holiday hats and rich, sparkly fabrics; makes a great seasonal gift.

Sea Sparkles items are suitable for all ages.

Aurora's Sea Sparkles can be purchased at retail or online at the official Aurora shop: (direct link:  Aurora is offering free Shipping on orders over $50; use promo code: YooHoo13.

I would highly recommend these beautiful dolls for any little girl. They open up a world of adventure and imagination. Morgana has already been introduce to my daughter's other friends and they are always taking swimming lessons, visiting grottos, and sometimes getting into trouble.

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