Eliza is at the age where she wants to start collecting toys and she flirted with the idea of Shopkins as her older cousin Mollie collects those. I however wasn’t keen as I just don’t get the appeal and they frequently ended up in Sebby’s mouth.
At the Toy Fair earlier this year I was introduced to Bandai’s new brand new range of collectable and customisable dolls to hit the UK – Pinypon and I knew she would love them.
The Pinypon dolls are small plastic dolls that can be customised with the latest accessories and hair styles giving them a completely unique look every time. There are lots of accessories and sets available to go with the dolls including a camper van, house, hotel etc.
Just before Easter we had a huge box arrive from Bandai which had lots of Pinypon goodies for Eliza to play with, including the Fairies Tree where she could create a wonderful playground for her Pinypon fairy with a rooftop terrace and swing.
Eliza adores these little doll and their pets. You can swap their outfits, hair and even turn their faces around for a completely new look. The sets are perfect for capturing imaginations and she will sit for hours, role playing with these dolls.
There is also an app available on itunes and google play where you can start travelling and playing with your favourite Pinypon characters. They are hiding in different worlds so you have to go and find them. You can also play games on the website and even watch videos.
Pinypons come in various size packs, with the smallest bag containing a doll and its pet costing just £3.99 so perfect for a pocket money size treat.