Friday, 24 May 2013

Villa Carton - Doll House

The lovely people at Villa Carton kindly offered to send me an item from their website to test and review. Being Mummy to a 2 ½ year old, I welcomed the opportunity to have something new for Little Miss to play with.

I chose the ‘Dolls House’, and after a couple of days it arrived at my door. 


Here is a little bit of information about Villa Carton;

‘Villa carton was established in 2006 with their first product: the big cardboard play Castle.  Since 2012 Villa Carton started to cooperate with joyPac for all cardboard products. The complete current cardboard collection is re-styled and re-newed.’


Now on with the nitty gritty…
I will openly admit I struggled putting this together. The instructions weren’t the easiest to follow, but after a few minutes I’d worked out how to assemble it (what can I say, flat pack is not my strong point!)


With the Doll House fully assembled I could see how much fun Little Miss was going to have with this.
Yes its made of cardboard, but its incredibly sturdy and the illustrations are beautiful. 


I had the fun job of colouring it in which I really enjoyed doing (I do have my crafty moments), so that Little Miss would have a nice surprise in the morning. Alternatively you could let your little one do the “decorating” as part of a fun activity.


The larger items would also make a great project for a kid’s party. Or to give your little one something nice to do in the garden on a sunny day; doesn’t matter if they make loads of mess then!!


Have you bought anything from Villa Carton? 
If so what did you buy??
xx

www.villacarton.com

*This item was gifted to the Little Miss KME blog
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6 comments

  1. Hey! This dolls house is such a cute idea!
    Btw found you on BBunite blog hop page. Looking forward to reading more of your posts!!

    Robyn viav x vintageisavirtue blog

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    1. Hey, thanks for coming over from BBunite Blog hop. x

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