We were sent this gorgeous Twinkle Tower to review last week and my girls have hardly played with anything else since it arrived which says it all really!
I love wooden toys I have to say. Not only do they look fabulous but there is no question that they stand the test of time. Wooden toys seem to withstand even anything that my children can put them through, which is saying something. My girls are anything but delicate trust me! I was really impressed with how well made the Twinkle Tower was made and I can see us getting many years of play out of it yet.
The Twinkle Tower is a pretty painted princess tower and best of all even includes a full set of beautiful furniture and Princess ‘Amelia’ Budkin. More Budkins fairy dolls are available to buy but essentially, this includes everything you need and more dolls would just be a nice added extra so that you could build on the set over time. There is furniture for every room of the tower though and even little accessories such as teacups and cakes. The tower opens up to reveal a magical interior and I love the attention to detail from the painted wallpaper and garden to the heart on the front door. There are cut out windows in each of the rooms and even a little wooden balcony. The roof also lifts off to reveal an extra room.
I found the accessories to be really well made and they are lovely and chunky for little hands. The door opens with ease and the roof pieces slot straight on and off without any fiddling. The princess is also perfectly proportioned for the tower and the furniture (which I know might sound like I am stating the obvious, but you’d be surprised at how many toys we’ve had before where the dolls have been too big or small!) Of course it is seemingly small details like this that actually make all the difference.
We absolutely loved the Twinkle Tower. Priced at just £30.99 I think it is excellent quality given both the quality of the toy and also all the fact that it comes complete with so many accessories. This definitely gets a huge thumbs up from me and my girls.
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