Friday, September 27, 2013

The Beatrix Girls, line of collectible dolls in stores 10/14 #Giveaway



Are you looking for a unique doll for the little girl in your life? A unique doll with her own personality. A doll that is talented, empowered, successful and just plain fun to play with. I would like to introduce you all to a new doll line called The Beatrix Girls  ,  it is a line of collectible dolls that your little girl will love!  Here is a little more information about the doll line from the website:


The Beatrix Girls is a line of collectible dolls -- they’re musicians, they’re dolls, they’re role models for a new generation of empowered young girls, with great clothes, fabulous hair, and  original pop music developed by platinum-winning songwriters and producers. The Beatrix Girls are an accomplished pop band with real music that young girls are sure to adore. Each member of the band sings, plays a different instrument and even writes the songs. They’ve achieved the pop star success that young girls dream of and they’ve done it through talent, tenacity and old-fashioned hard work. www.TheBeatrixGirls.com.

These dolls sound great… right? Well let’s meet the Beatrix Girls!:
 Brayden: “Hey, I’m Brayden: I was born in Hollywood California and my brain is always bursting with new song ideas, which is why I’m not just the lead guitarist but also the main song writer for The Beatrix Girls. I write songs that reflect real life experiences, friendship, and lessons like standing up for who you are. My passions are music and the environment! My friends and I are the hottest act in the world, but most importantly, we are great friends who care about each other and the world around us. I love to dress in stylish minis, sky-high heels and lots of jewelry. I mix those with geometric prints, clashing patterns and lots of soft bold metallic and leather. My style is different and edgy with a cross-over appeal.”
 Ainsley: “Hi. I’m Ainsley and I’m from the deep-south, but I’m definitely not a typical southern girl. I am a charming southern belle and can be quiet as a church mouse when we sip mint juleps together on the porch, but put me behind a drum set and I turn into a Riot Grrrl. My passion for drumming, coupled with a lot of hard work, got me the gig with my three best friends, as the drummer for The Beatrix Girls! I love the “modern antique” look. I favor rich, feminine fabrics like laces, florals and brocades cut into modern silhouettes that highlight my figure. I channel classic Southern Belle with my corsets hats and gloves, but I’m thoroughly modern in how I put it all together.”
Lark: “I’m from Boston, okay? I live my life by three B’s: Beans, BoSox and Bass Guitar. Now I’ve added a fourth B... Beatrix. Aside from my love of music, I LOVE extreme sports - surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding - I’m a champ! I’m often referred to as the “rocker chick” of the group. I’m a bit grungy, a little bit punk. My passion for sports and music has not only won me many competitions, but it earned me my spot as the lead bass player with my three best friends! I like layers and ripped up jeans by day, and by night I like appropriating boys’ looks into feminine hot outfits. Combat boots with frilly dresses, skinny jeans with suspenders, sneakers with everything. I avoid pinks and other bright colors, but then again, with my fiery hair, I don’t need much color from my clothes.”
 Chantal: “I am Chantal and I come from Montreal Canada. I speak Fran├žais and English. I play the keyboard and sing. People say I’m “mellow”, logical and level headed, but I am often... “bent out of shape”... by the silly things people say and do. When this happens I am likely to “flip out.” I love to play the piano and sing, and I work very hard at both. I’m a snappy dresser and typically stick to the classics. I love the clean, mod look of the 50s. I like to wear soft, subtle silk blouses and dark, tight, Capri type pants or miniskirts with fishnet stockings. I like high heeled shoes, but not too spiky. I like to wear my silver bracelets and a slinky silver necklace.”

Our Take:

The Beatrix Girls dolls are not a ho hum regular doll, these dolls are so much more! They each have their own likes and style, the girls are in a band and they are the best of friends.  Hasn’t every little girl dream at one time of being a star, being on stage with your adoring fans cheering you on. This is the life of The Beatrix Girls.  My daughter was very fortunate to be able to check out one of The Beatrix Girls, Brayden a cool California girl with beautiful purple hair. I choose this girl because of her lovely hair color, it is so rock and roll. 


I knew my daughter would just love this sassy character. And I was right, as soon as this doll arrived my daughter could not wait to take her out of the box and play. The Beatrix Girls dolls are not the standard fashion doll size they are 12 inches they are bigger and more like a little friend than a doll.  
These dolls are rock stars but they are still like regular girls, and are relatable. Brayden loves to mix and match patterns with her clothing, and she loves to wear lots of jewelry just like my daughter. My daughter loves jewelry and is a bit of a fashion maven.
I love the look of the dolls, they are well made and can stand up to all of the fun my daughter puts the doll through, from playing in the park, to bring her to bed. These are fun dolls with great clothes.  It is great that the joints on the arms and legs can be moved in different directions making the doll more fun to post.  It would be cool if you could purchase their “instruments” so you can collect all of the girls and they would be able to “preform” together. These neat new dolls are more than just plastic dolls to play with. Kids can collect their music, join their fan club and vicariously live the fantasy of being a pop star through play. 
With The Beatrix Girls dolls you could choose a doll with the personality like your daughter, or you can choose the doll that plays your favorite instrument, or you could just choose one that you think looks the coolest. Either way you will get a doll your little girl will love. Make sure to visit The Beatrix Girl site, you can see more about the girls and you can listen to their song, 'Bend The Rules'. There are also some great videos, check out updates from the band photos and more.

With the holidays right around the corner (they will be here before you know it) why not pick up a Beatrix Girls doll or two for that special girl on your holiday gift list this year. The Beatrix Girls retail for $24.99 each and are recommended for ages 4 and up. Are you excited to get one of these great new dolls? Well the Beatrix Girls will be available at Toys R Us nationwide on October 14.

The generous folks at The Beatrix Girls are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a Beatrix Girls doll of your choice! Would you like to win? Please visit The Beatrix Girls website, take a look around then come back here and tell me the name of the girl you would choose if you won and why? There are also other ways to enter, please enter below. 

Check out this great Beatrix Girls video:
        
Buy it:
The Beatrix Girls will be available in October 2013 in major retail stores like: Toys R’ Us and Justice.
The Beatrix Girls will be in Toys R Us nationwide on Oct 14.

Win it:
One winner will win a Beatrix Girls doll of your choice



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56 comments:

  1. Heather Hayes PanjonSeptember 27, 2013 at 12:53 PM

    I Like Ainsley

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  2. I Like Ainsley! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3 at yahoo dot com

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  3. I think my daughter would like Beatrix Girl Lark the most

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  4. Brayden is really cool.

    Name on rafflecopter: Mary Happymommy

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  5. I like Brayden and her purple hair :)

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  6. I like Lark.
    nathankyle1707@yahoo.com

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  7. I like Brayden from The Beatrix Girls

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  8. Ainsley (the hot blonde drummer).

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  9. I like the doll Lark the most, I like her long red hair.

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  10. I like Chantal the best. She speaks French and appears to be a doll of color.

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  11. I think Lark is the cutest and I have a little girl with red hair who would love to have her.

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  12. there also sweet bt I go wih ainsley

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  13. My daughter would love Ainsley the best. colleenaw@hotmail.com

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  14. Id pick Ainsley, I think my girls would like her best.
    Dawn Monroe

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  15. I really like Brayden! Her purple hair is pretty awesome!

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  16. Ladyblueeyez1960 (at)(aol)(dot)(com)

    I like Ainsley the best because she is the drummer

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  17. Lark because she's from boston! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  18. I love Lark! :)

    Melissa.

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  19. My favorite Beatrix Girl is Brayden.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  20. I like Brayden the best.
    Michelle Tucker

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  21. I like Lark!

    octoberbaby1990 at yahoo dot com

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  22. I like Ainsley and I think it would be a good gift for either my daughter or my cousin. Thanks for the chances to win.
    Allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  23. I like Brayden
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  24. I like Ainsley wilcarvic
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