ELC Fairyland Bluebell Boot Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 18 months / The fairies have made an old boot into a magical home. Bluebells over the door light up ... more
ELC Fairyland Bluebell Boot ... when the tinkling doorbell is pressed. The boot's tongue opens down to become a fairy slide. And there's room inside for the three fairies, gnome and friendly caterpillar. Plus a conker shell swing and a little garden round the back. Age Range: 18 months - 5 years.
Newest Review: ... neither of these worked on ours. As it wasn't a cheap toy we took it back to the ELC, there they offered to open another one ... more
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Customer ELC Fairyland Bluebell Boot Reviews (7)
by - written on 16/02/08 (Very useful, 138 readings)
My little girl Elsa is fast growing into an imaginative and clever little girl, gone are the days where a few brightly coloured soft toys would keep her happy, no, now she plays like a proper little girl with dollies, farm yards and all manner of play sets, one of her favourites is the Early Learning Centre Bluebell Boot play set from their Fairyland range, it was given to her as a gift from her uncle and from the moment we opened it she's wanted the toy out everyday. Bluebell Boot- The Bluebell Boot play set follows along the ELC range of Fairyland & Happy Land play sets, made up of a playhouse of some form which comes complete with characters ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
This was one of the many toys my eldest daughter (now aged 4) got for her first birthday, and she's had lots of enjoyment out of it over those three years. Part of the popular Happyland range, this building is in the shape of a boot, and is home to three fairies and a gnome. It's a lovely looking toy and very attractive in shades of pink, purple and green. I'll start from the top of the boot and work my way down. The green carry handle isn't really much use for its intended purpose as it's always falling off. Whilst I understand that ELC make the doors the way they do so that little fingers don't get trapped and doors don't get broken, but instead ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/09 (Very useful, 279 readings)
My litte girl was bought this item for her second Christmas and nearly two years later it is still one of her favourite toys. This item comes from Fairyland range at the Early Learning Centre and is priced at £38. ELC products are nearly always good quality and reasonably price but personally I feel this one is a little on the excessive side and in all honesty I probably wouldn't pay that much at face value for the item. I instantly loved this item as it reminded me of the old Playskool boot I had as a child, it is so similar to that just much more modern and much prettier than the brown and yellow variety I had. The boot is mainly cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/10/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
The Fairyland Bluebell Boot is really fantastic! Our eldest daughter was given it as a gift when she was 15 months and has played with it and played with it ever since - she is now 3 and it's still going strong! Our youngest daughter (just turned 1) is now also a huge fan of the boot and despite being played with so much for the last couple of years and landing quite heavily on the floor on more than one occasion, it's still in fantastic condition! You know when you buy from ELC you're getting a good quality toy that is not only fun but educational and very well put together. They know their audience well and build their toys accordingly - the boot is no different ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/12 (Very useful, 101 readings)
After my twins were bought a Happyland Toadstool cottage for their 1st birthday I thought I would see what else was available in the range. A huge amount of choice as it turned out and so after looking at the different items and seeing that Early Learning Centre (ELC) had a sale on I decided to get them one of the larger toys each for Christmas. The description and online photos of the Fairyland looked great and I thought it was a good choice to go with the toadstool cottage which is also part of the Fairyland range of Happyland. Packaging The Bluebell Boot comes in a box with a clear plastic front allowing you to see the toy in detail if you are browsing ... Read the complete review
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