aka628
 
 
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  • First Review
    April 18, 2013
  • Last Review
    April 18, 2013
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  • Average Rating
    4.5
 
 
aka628's Reviews
 
Sesame Street's Favorite Girl! She’s so magical—and Halloween is a perfect time for her to turn everything into pumpkins! Costume includes pompom hair ties, sparkling dress and detachable, padded wings. 3-piece set. Polyester. Imported. Does not include tights, shoes, treat pail, or wand.
 
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Reviewed by: aka628
Location: Beaumont, Texas
Title: Good Costume
Date:April 18, 2013
"My little girl loved this costume. She wore it for her Abby Cadabby themed party. The only issue was the velcro on the back of the costume. It needed to be spaced out farther so that the wings did not bend while being worn."
 
One magical string will release all the treasures you've tucked inside. Kids can take turns, or hold onto separate strings and pull together. A removable sticker marks the secret location (in the back, under the skirt, near the waistline) where candy and toys should be inserted. Pinata fillers sold separately. Pinata measures approximately 22"H x 14"L x 8"W. *Please note: An additional shipping and handling fee of $5 applies to this oversized item. This is an officially licensed Sesame Street product.
 
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Reviewed by: aka628
Location: Beaumont, Texas
Title: Great Buy
Date:April 18, 2013
"I loved this pinata. It was very durable and my little girl loved it. My only issue was with the little opening that you had to put the candy in. It made it a little difficult because I had to put one piece in at a time. Other than that, it was great.
It was more durable than what I expected. Instead of using the pull-string method, we actually allowed our little party goers to hit it with a nerf bat. It held up so long that we eventually decided to let the kids pull strings until the trap door opened.
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