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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. The contents of the minibags are considerably more pink, however there are some interesting non-pink pieces. Build 9/10 I had so much fun building this and I was excited at every turn to move onto the next part. Again, here, you can see that most of the pink comes from the baseplates, with a little provided by furniture details like the drawers and sink in the bathroom.

There’s a modest table whose surface is covered with plates (complete with a little fruit) and yet another cupcake. Not that I’d put it up on the wall or anything, but just like the Paradisa poster, it’s nice to just have it. There are just so many things going on, and I was thinking about this – these are the details I love to see in other people’s MOCs. Indeed, as the picture on the back of the box suggested, they can be rearranged into various configurations. As Christmas trees are a popular place for toys to be found, Ask Toy Tech offers a brief history and pictures of the Christmas ornament tradition.

The sink is simple enough, but having the parts to make it is another matter; those 1x1x1 white corner panels are not that easily acquired. Includes 3 mini doll figures (Olivia, Peter and Anna) and packed with accessories for Olivia to entertain her friends. I know that sounds silly, but the 1x2 dark bluish-grey modified grille bricks really do look like vents, and the white at the top and the bottom looks like coving and skirting board respectively.

I really thought this was a set I wouldn't like, but your review has defintely swayed me towards the 'want' side of things. So I, personally, like the move; even if it's not in the right colors for what I need, the new designs provide me with great inspiration.

In addition, there’s the huge amount of kitchen utensils and cookware, and the new flower and insect moulds. If you look closely, you can see the copyright is for 2009 and is embossed into the backs of the figures.

Through building, I’ve found similarities here with both Paradisa and Classic Town – but is this really worth the hype?

Unlike many of the stickers here, they are very plain and have no "girly" or theme-specific details. It's a welcome addition to my overflowing collection of hairpieces, as are the new female hairpieces. The left and right sides are adorned with the Friends logo, and have either another picture of the set or an advert for the LEGO Club, and this to me clearly indicates that TLG don’t actually see the Friends line as the be-all-and-end-all of LEGO for girls.

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