Monday, December 8, 2014

Holiday Treasures From The Queen's Treasures!

I was so excited to receive the most amazing Holiday items from The Queen's Treasures Saturday!
The American Christmas Tree and Ornaments set is very well made and includes everything you see here! The wooden presents are really well made and the little ornaments are darling! On sale right now the set is regular priced at $79.99 on sale right now for $51.99! Click here for listing.

Also included in my care package was the most festive Night Before Christmas Pj's Set! The elf shoes are fantastic!  This is a very easy outfit to get on your dolls and it is so adorable!
 This Set is offered at $29.99 on The Queen's Treasures website and is worth every penny!
Who doesn't love putting cookies and milk out on Christmas Eve? Now your dolls can set up Santa' Special Treat just like you do! This set includes three wooden reusable boxes, the Santa Platter, Mug and two cookies. The felt stocking matches the Night before Christmas Pj Set perfectly!
Priced at $29.99 this set will compliment the collection of doll lovers and collectors a like!

The cutest little puppy was included in my package. This Yorkie comes with beautiful bow, leash and collar. Her brush-able fur and sweet face will make her a welcome addition to your dolls family! Offered at under $20  this puppy makes a wonderful gift and even comes in an adorable gift box! Click here to see more images of this beauty  on The Queen's Treasures.

I can not thank The Queen's Treasures enough for this amazing gift and for creating such inspiring play sets! View all the wonderful items that the Queen's Treasures offers by clicking here.

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1 comment:

  1. I bought the "Yorkie" because we use to have one. This dog is gorgeous but it's not a Yorkie no matter what anyone says - it's way too big! It's more like a dark Silky Terrier in size. Yorkshire Terriers have a defined max size of 7 pounds and would more likely be a little larger than the size of a doll's foot or hand if they were closer to scale. The detail on these is great though.