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Great for sleepovers, Olivia and her parents (included) have a wonderful home full of interactive furniture and accessories to play with. But I guess it was more economical to do it this way, especially as it allowed some small mirrored areas on the trophy sticker, the bath rack sticker, etc. The extra pieces included in most days are a hit as it allows my six year old to share extras from her friends set with my four year old and his city set (extra pieces there too, so sharing is going both ways). Anna and Olivia have the much-vaunted new hair, which is of a similar texture to the hair of the mad scientist in the series 5 CMFs. The front looks a little bare as I still haven’t applied any stickers, but there are stickers to denote flowers to be placed on the side of the house.

There’s more pink for a start, and a number of smoothly curved blue pieces, and a little yellow too. Having it separated out into builds per baseplate allows you to focus your excitement one room at a time, and the immense number of parts don’t appear overwhelming. The dark pink 2x3 slopes not-unexpectedly form a roof, complete with a little chimney and a butterfly on top. Here’s a better view of the actual-size picture, and with this you can also better see the slight patterning with butterflies, stars, paw-prints and flowers, which are actually pleasantly subtle.

As the build is modular in nature, I’ll show the contents of each bag as we build each section of the house and garden. As indicated in the inset on the back of the box, the contents are in numbered bags relating to the corresponding build.

But I've kinda gotten over that already, and like Fabuland figures, the mini-dolls can be used for many wacky hijinks (such as a Friends-themed Mafia) in the future. If you look closely, you can see the copyright is for 2009 and is embossed into the backs of the figures. In addition, there’s the huge amount of kitchen utensils and cookware, and the new flower and insect moulds. They all have pleasantly printed torsos with quite nice detailing, and the faces are quite pleasantly printed too. I may decide that a bathroom is completely unnecessary, and using my existing LEGO, turn it into a party room complete with a pool table and a bar.Part of me thinks this is a bit wasteful, however part of me is happy there’s something to protect the printing on the torsos. Aside from the figure parts, the rest of the pieces are reasonably run-of-the-mill, and as mentioned there is little pink, and rather more of the slightly less palatable lime green. Mia loves animals, Olivia builds crazy new inventions, Emma designs the latest fashions in her studio, Andrea loves to sing and Stephanie's always ready to spend time with her friends. The main parts are again mostly white, tan, and lime green with very little pink, but the minibags look very interesting. LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure and the brick and knob configurations are trademarks and/or copyrights of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this site.

I never into Friends theme yet, but seeing so many great reviews recently has kind of tilt my interest a little bit more.and contains 494 pieces, and isn’t really a set that appeals that much to me – it has some interesting parts, but nothing I’d get too excited over. I'm not sure I'll have the cash to actually get this, but I'm certainly tempted and if I ever see it on discount it'll be near impossible to resist. All images of LEGO products and scans of original building instructions are copyright The LEGO Group.

Since my mom came from a family of three girls, I grew up familiar with Playmobil dollhouses, and this is the closest a LEGO set has come to that level of play and realism. I'm going to say this set is worth an Average; there are some very cool techniques involved (such as the use of garage doors for the shower) and the final build looks okay too. On spreading out the contents of the minibags you can see just how many new pieces there are in those little bags. The cutesy cat walks a death-defying tight rope along the vibrantly pink balustrade, and also serves as external decoration.LEGO, LEGOS, LEGOLAND, TECHNIC, and the LEGO logo are registered trademarks of The LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, authorize, or endorse this site. The five “Friends”, who will no doubt very soon become familiar faces, peer out from the top of the picture like a more talented and youthful version of the spice girls. You cannot fail to notice the colours; having exhausted pink with Paradisa, TLG have fallen back on the next girliest colour, purple. I can actually understand why; I loved the Lighthouse, and the Log Cabin, and again it reinforces with me that TLG aren’t just focusing on selling only Friends sets to girls. The printing detail is great and the cross-compatible hair is very handy, but I’m still not really excited by them.

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