Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Tatty Teddy Blue Nose Friends Toy review

We were so excited recently when the postman delivered some Tatty Teddy Blue Nose Friends and play sets to us. The girls really couldn't believe their luck - if there's one thing they both love equally, it's playsets! Tamsin knows these characters very well as she has several of the cute soft toy beanies already - and both girls were lucky enough to see a life-sized Tatty Teddy wandering round at one of The Entertainer stores recently! We were sent a Messy Art Class Set, which included 4 characters, a pack of 4 Blue Nose characters and Wise The Owl's School House.


The little characters are beautiful quality and have gorgeous names such as Cottonsocks the sheep, Patch the dog and Dilly the Duck. The School House is two storey and has a great clock on the front with moving hands. Once it gets to play time (there's also a working bell), the whole front of the House can be pulled down to reveal a roundabout for the toys to play on, after they've whizzed down the slide! There are a couple of desks and Wise Owl the teacher included, a side door to go in and out of, and good scenery stickers.

The Messy Art Class includes a couple of books and easels and some miniature paintbrushes and pots - all very cute. There's a whole scenery set in the packaging for that which extends play for the house. There are other playsets available, including Lamp House, Heart House, Camera Cafe and a car. All very girlie Smiley 
Prices start at a suggested RRP of £2.99 for the characters, through a range up to £39.99 for the Heart House. The School House is £29.99.

We loved all these toys and the girls have gone back to play with them time and time again, so I feel sure there'll be some extra purchases coming on! For lots more information on this adorable range, I'd recommend that you visit www.tattyteddytoys.com

We were sent the above toys for the purpose of this review, but have not received payment. All the views expressed here are our own.

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