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Hearts For Hearts Girls Doll Line & A Great Giveaway!

Changing the World One Heart at a Time! That is the goal of the new Hearts For Hearts Girls doll line and fashion collection from Playmates Toys. The collection features six dolls from around the world, each with an inspiring story to share.

The authentically dressed and lifelike dolls each represent a girl who is working to change her community in ways that are unique to her home country. Included with each doll are a friendship bracelet and a story booklet that explains how these multicultural girls live and contribute to their families, communities, and culture. Each doll also comes with a special code that unlocks a free membership to the kid-safe Hearts for Hearts Girls Website, which features:
  • Additional information about each of the Hearts For Hearts Girls and the countries in which they live
  • Educational activities and lively games that are fun and rich in culture
  • Intriguing stories about real girls who are making a difference
  • While all girls are welcome to visit the site, the code unlocks access to additional features, including a larger array of games and a “myHeart” page
To further bring to light each Hearts For Hearts Girls’ culture, additional outfits are available for the dolls, so that your little girl can envision her doll’s story as she plays and changes the doll’s attire.
My daughter LOVES her doll!!
    Additionally, through a partnership with World Vision3, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Hearts For Hearts Girls doll is donated to programs that support girls in that doll’s country. Whether it’s malaria nets in Africa, schoolbooks in Asia, or food supplies in the United States, these programs help girls to thrive and succeed.
    Meet the six Hearts For Hearts Girls:
    Help to make a difference one doll at a time by reviewing your very own doll from the Hearts For Hearts Girls line which debuted in stores this fall! In addition, you can visit http://bit.ly/ShopH4HG to purchase a Hearts For Hearts Girl doll for a loved one today!
    Now for the great news!!
    One lucky reader will win:
  • One Hearts For Hearts Girl, accompanied by a friendship bracelet, story booklet, donation for girls in need through partner World Vision and a special product code your daughter can use to unlock a free membership to the Hearts For Hearts Girls website, which provides access to the “myHeart” page and an array of games and activities.
  • An outfit that is authentic to one of the Hearts for Hearts Girls’ culture, in which your daughter can also dress her doll.
  • This is an amazing gift package that any girl will LOVE!!
    To enter be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and tell me which Heart to Hearts Girls doll you or your  daughter most like to meet and learn more about.
    Winner will be chosen by random number generator on October 15, 2011.
    These are darling dolls!
    Have Fun!

    The Hearts For Hearts Girls doll, and information have been provided by Playmates Toys through MyBlogSpark. All opinions are my own.
     

Comments

  1. Those are so cute; I've never seen them before. I think the Belarus doll looks like fun!

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  2. Tiffanee this is the best giveaway ever!!! I would so love to win this for my daughter for Christmas!!! She sings the song when she sees the commercial and keeps saying "I need one of those Mommy." =o) I think she would love Dell from the USA or Lillian from Belarus. But she loves them all!!!

    And of course I'm a follower!!!!!

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  3. I do follow gfc.

    I like Hearts For Hearts Girls - Lilian from Belarus

    terrylee5151 at aol dot com

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  4. My daughter has been begging for Lilian, but we haven't found her locally yet. :) But all of the dolls are beautiful!
    odessafrey[AT]yahoo[DOT]com

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  5. wow..thats a wonderful giveaway...wish to participate now..:)
    wow...yummmy...yummmy..!
    Tasty Appetite

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  6. I would love to get the Rahel doll for my daughters because she looks just like them, especially with that springy, curly hair!
    ape2016(at)aol(dot)com

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  7. GFC follower- tlcfromtn

    Lilian from Belarus would be interesting to learn about

    braaisjo at gmail dot com

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  8. I am now a follower. :)

    What a wonderful giveaway! My daughter would love to learn more about Nahji from India. We just did some henna recently and she loves that Nahji has henna on her hand!

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  9. GFC follower- Jamie Brigham
    I love Dell the doll she is beautiful
    cinderella10383 @ aol dot com

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  10. What a GREAT CONCEPT! Not only a doll line but a movement! We would be thrilled with any one of these BEAUTIFUL dolls!

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  11. I follow you in GFC and my daughter would love to have Consuelo.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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  12. Hi there. I am a new follower. My daughter would love to meet Lillian

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  13. Not sure if I left my email, frugalmommy3@gmail.com

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  14. I am a follower.... I love your blog....these dolls are amazing...my daughter loves to do family history....I think she would love to learn about Lilian from Belarus.... Thank you for the opportunity to win! Kasey (mikesdork@aol.com)

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