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The extra pieces included in most days are a hit as it allows my six year old to share extras from her friends set with my four year old and his city set (extra pieces there too, so sharing is going both ways). If the pink here offends you, it really would not take much effort to swap it out, and once that is done (and possibly the handbag is removed) there really isn’t much here that’s all that girly, although admittedly I haven’t applied the stickers. But I guess it was more economical to do it this way, especially as it allowed some small mirrored areas on the trophy sticker, the bath rack sticker, etc. There are a remarkable number of dark pink 3x4 slopes, and considering this is the first time we’ve seen them in this colour, that seems rather generous.

The cutesy cat walks a death-defying tight rope along the vibrantly pink balustrade, and also serves as external decoration. The lamps outside the front door are a quaint detail, as is the further pink awning over the window. Magenta (124 Bright Reddish Violet, the color of this set's roof) is a lovely color that I feel is terribly underused, with sets often opting for the bolder Dark Purple (268 Medium Lilac) or the brighter Dark Pink (221 Bright Purple). It is on the smaller side for real dollhouse play, but is still fun anyway because of all the moving parts and storage components. The numerous kitchen appliances are dotted about the kitchen surfaces and I really was surprised to see an electric whisk as a minifig utensil.Figures 7/10 I don’t really like the figures that much; give me a good old fashioned minifig any day, but really, they could have been so much worse. The gagne-child (latterly re-named Raging Demonic Child) has had a sex-change, and is now a moderately less offensive child, not least because she’s a girl.

As Christmas trees are a popular place for toys to be found, Ask Toy Tech offers a brief history and pictures of the Christmas ornament tradition. Bag one also contains a high number of mini-bags, mainly because the legs and torsos of the figures are individually wrapped. Aside from the foliage, there are also a pair of metallic silver 1x2 grille tiles which, while not being particularly rare, are still always welcome.The lovely curved purple pieces make a gorgeous-looking sofa and comfy chair; I really do think these furniture pieces look stunning. The front looks a little bare as I still haven’t applied any stickers, but there are stickers to denote flowers to be placed on the side of the house. Bag five again contains the requisite amounts of white, tan and lime green, with little pink, but there are some more interesting pieces here too. From the back you can see the garden extends around the side of the house and you can see how the rooms all fit together.

There's plenty of space outside to have a barbecue or look after the vegetables and see to a little gardening. We are introduced to Olivia (whose house this is, in case you somehow didn’t know), and even shown how to build her. This set is definitely a must-have for me, even though I don't like the fact that the mini-dolls are not compatible with my minifigs aside from the hair. It, like the rest of the furniture, it instantly recognisable, and if you so desired “functional” too (by which I mean you could open the screen doors and place a minifig inside the shower; there is no plumbing here). In addition, there’s the huge amount of kitchen utensils and cookware, and the new flower and insect moulds.

The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Again, here, you can see that most of the pink comes from the baseplates, with a little provided by furniture details like the drawers and sink in the bathroom. The hair and head pieces (aside from Peter’s hair which is unaccountably in the other minibag) were all loose in the main bag. Part of me thinks this is a bit wasteful, however part of me is happy there’s something to protect the printing on the torsos.

Olivia lives with her parents and her pet cat, Kitty, in a bright big house with lots of rooms for hanging out and having fun. Next to the poster page, there’s a full run-down of all the Friends sets, complete with little check-boxes to tick when you’ve bought them all. While the right side has a doorway to connect the bedroom to the other upstairs room, the left side has a blank wall, but then considering all the decoration (if I’d put the stickers on) and all the furniture (which we’ll come to shortly), it’s actually a bit of a relief to see a blank bit of wall.

The printing detail is great and the cross-compatible hair is very handy, but I’m still not really excited by them.

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