Blossom Flowerpot, a Lalaloopsy from MGA Entertainment, the same company that makes Bratz, Moxie Teenz and Moxie Girls. Lalaloopsies come in two different sizes, large like my Blossom, and miniature. The big ones are about ten inches long and made of plastic with fabric clothing, and the little ones are all plastic.
My particular Blossom is well-painted with an adorable hairstyle and a sweet little face. Her clothes are well-constructed and colorful. She has a complete little outfit; the dress has a white eyelet pinafore with yellow buttons on the pockets, and a green petticoat with white polka dots. Her shoes are orange with white bows and little white polka dots, and her legs have orange-and-white striped tights. Like all Lalaloopsies, Blossom has white plastic panties molded to her butt, and her birthdate (April 22nd) is printed on a green heart on these panties. Her arms swivel and move, and her legs swing freely. Both are flexible but cannot hold a pose. Her pet is a green and pink butterfly with white polka dots on the wings.
Most of Blossom’s features are positive; the thing I like the least about her is her head. It’s very heavy and could double as a club if needed, and the neck joint is a tad loose so her head wobbles when she’s shaken. Other Lalaloopsies can have this issue, but it’s not a super-mondo problem and should not deter anyone from buying this toy for their children (or for themselves). The other problem I’ve found is with the butterfly’s paint job. It has chips in places and looks like it could easily flake off. This isn’t a serious problem either, if you’re good with a paintbrush and paint!
The packaging says that Lalaloopsies are fun for “ages 4 to 104.” I’m 24 and I’m definately enjoying my Blossom!