19 October 2016

Little ladies review: Colours of the Sea Ariel Doll

Disney princess colours of the sea ariel doll
Colours of the sea Ariel

We are big little mermaid fans in this house and Disney fans in general.The Little Mermaid is one of our favourite movies to snuggle up and watch on a rainy Saturday afternoon. The little ladies love mermaids and whenever we go swimming they will pretend to be one. They were absolutely delighted when this Colours of the sea Ariel doll arrived and couldn't wait to get her out of the box.




 She's really rather lovely with gorgeous red hair which is synonymous with Ariel. She comes with a Tiara and her friend flounder. When you press the seashell necklace Ariel says 14 different phrases and sings 'Part of your world' which the little ladies thought was incredible as they sang along with her. I was really pleased that she came with batteries so that they could play with her straight away.

Disney princess colours of the sea Ariel
Ariel comes with a flounder bath squirter and tiara
Miss Boo was amazed when she spoke and sang
As if that wasn't enough the colours of the sea Ariel can also go in the bath. Her tail lights up and she sings upon contact with the water, this is just so magical and gives so much extra play value. The little ladies didn't want to get out the bath! She dries really easily and the water drains from her tail quickly meaning she can be played with 'on land' again. Miss Boo loved brushing her hair with one of her dolls brushes after the bath. Flounder can also go in the tub and squirts water too for added fun.

Disney princess colours of the sea ariel in the bath
Her tail lights up upon contact with the water
disney princess colours of the sea ariel out of the water
Colours of the sea Ariel after her 'swim'

Colours of the sea Ariel is made by Jakks Pacific and is available from several retailers, it would make a lovely gift for a birthday or Christmas.  You can find it on amazon here: Disney Princess Colours of The Sea Ariel Doll

Me x

This post has been written in collaboration with Jakks Pacific who kindly sent us a colours of the sea Ariel to review. All the opinions in this post are my own. This post also contains an Amazon affiliate link.





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