Wednesday, August 22, 2012

HEARTS FOR HEARTS GIRLS DOLLS REVIEW




Thank you to Mom Select and Hearts for Hearts/World Vision for letting us review the Hearts for Hearts Girls Doll.


What if you could change the world just by buying a doll? You can, with Hearts For Hearts Girls™ dolls!

Hearts For Hearts Girls is a charitable doll line and fashion collection from Playmates Toys that seeks to empower girls to become agents of change in their communities, their countries and around the world. The line features eight dolls inspired by real girls from real places all over the world. Each authentically dressed and lifelike doll has her own story to share and is working to change her community in ways unique to her home country. You can learn more about Hearts For Hearts Girls by visiting www.hearts4heartsgirls.com.

There are so many positive messages related to Hearts For Hearts Girls, helping to unite girls internationally through the dolls and to learn about the lives of girls in other nations. Most importantly, it teaches young girls about the concept of giving back. A portion of each doll sale is donated to a non-profit organization that helps children from that doll's country. Playmates Toys is working with non-profit partner World Vision to make this possible.

There are six Hearts for Hearts Girls Dolls that can be purchased at http://www.hearts4heartsgirls.com/products/

Our daughter was so excited to have our very first Hearts for Hearts Tea Party with her friends. First thing we had to do was send out invitations to all of our daughter's friend's.


I told the parents what they would be getting at the party and what the party was for so they would have a better understanding before the party. 

Ducky with the two Hearts for Hearts Girls Doll, one is for her and one is to raffle off at the party. Ducky was so excited it was so hard to pick just one because they are adorable and with purpose behind them.

Ducky chose Nahji from India. I like that they explain about there culture. They give you a map of where they live which gives you geography. Each doll comes with a friendship bracelet,comb and storybook for your daughter. 

Here is a little about Nahji:

Experience a girl’s life in exotic India with our Nahji doll! Like all Hearts For Hearts Girls dolls, Nahji stands 14 inches high and has a poseable, smooth vinyl body, and high-quality rooted hair for hours of doll play. Her brown eyes gleam with amber glints and her hair is a sweeping fall of rich coffee brown.
Nahji comes dressed in a tunic of bright fuschia-colored crinkle cotton, trimmed in white appliqué, and lavender leggings with deep hems of embossed gold print.
Accessories include:
  • Braided purple choker with pearl-like pendant
  • Drop earrings of simulated pearl and emerald
  • Removable beaded pearl headband
  • Golden bangle bracelets
  • Hand tattoo inspired by the henna mendhi of India
  • Purple strap sandals
  • Doll-sized hair comb with hair elastic
  • Girl-sized H4HG power bracelet
  • Beautiful mini storybook about Nahji’s life
  • Jeweled nose piercing


There are six Hearts for Hearts Girl Dolls that can be purchased at http://www.hearts4heartsgirls.com/products/

We were very excited about the party because we love that we are giving back by sharing this information about Hearts for Hearts and WorldVision

Ducky with her new doll from Hearts for Hearts!!!
"NAHJI" from India

Each girl at the Tea Party received a passport,friendship bracelet, coupon for $5 off a Hearts for Hearts Girls Doll and I added a special touch of make your own sugar scrub. 

All the girls arrived dressed to a tea for the Hearts for Hearts Tea Party. 
Ducky and her friend that totally loved the Hearts for Hearts Girls Doll. 

Our Tea Party was centered on HEARTS. Sending our love across the world. 

Heart Tea Sandwiches

Our girls at the Hearts for Hearts Tea Party. 


More Hearts:>

My husband stopped by for a little bit. Surprise. 

All of the children that were at the party. 

The other Hearts for Hearts Girls Doll was raffled off and I'm going to take the money and give it World Vision. World Vision is dear to my Heart because we sponsor a child that lives in Africa. 

Here are all the moms that want to help change the world one heart at a time:>

Ducky's friend with "Nahji"

Another One of Ducky's Friend's with "Nahji" 
They ALL loved the Hearts for Hearts Girls Doll. 

I told you that we raffled the Hearts for Hearts Girls Doll off to one winner well this little one won the raffle and she was so excited. She won the Hearts for Heart Girl Doll from New Orleans her name is Lauryce. Here is a little about her:

Head south to celebrate the Creole heart of New Orleans with our Lauryce doll! Like all Hearts For Hearts Girls dolls, Lauryce stands 14 inches high and has a poseable, smooth vinyl body, and high-quality rooted hair. She has flowing, wavy locks of honey blonde, gold-green eyes, and a warm medium-tone skin.

Lauryce wears a sleeveless dress with a ruffled grey jersey bodice and a satiny skirt in watercolor pastel tones.

Accessories include:
• Silvery heart-shaped earrings
• Colorful bangle bracelets
• Silver-tone heart bangle bracelet
• Wide polka-dotted hair band
• Hot pink slip-on mocassins
• Doll-sized hair comb
• Girl-sized H4HG power bracelet
• Beautiful mini storybook about Lauryce’s life



All of the parents were very impressed and were very inspired with what Hearts for Hearts and World Vision were doing. This was a great Tea Party because it had a purpose behind it

And that is to Change the World One Heart at a Time!!!!!

I was selected to be a MommyParties host as part of a promotional program with MomSelect. All opinions are my own.)

9 comments:

mywildcrazylife said...

Looks like the girls had a blast! We used to support World Vision. Seems like a good cause

Mama to 4 said...

what a great time April - my kids loved it. Thank you for hosting this party and for making us aware of sure a terrific cause!

AMBER EDWARDS said...

those dolls are absolutely adorable and they are so much bigger than I was expecting! I love that they also help teach girls about a great cause, and allows for fun at the same time.

Whitney said...

Love the dolls but also the thought behind the dolls. Great lessons and fun at the same time.

Rebekah said...

What a fun party! I love these dolls - it's awesome that the girls can learn about different cultures.

Jennifer Clay said...

Looks like you had a great party!

Melissa + Tiffany @ Home Grown Families said...

Awww I wish I could have been there! That looked like soo much fun. I love that the dolls teach the culture. Great job!

Veronica Fulton said...

A tea party! How sweet! Our little girls loved the dolls too. I like that they taught them a little something about the culture.

Linda said...

Great Party! In order to host a "Mommy Party" for the "Hearts 4 Hearts Girls" dolls, is a blogger expected to host parties for and review additional products?