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We were beyond delighted to take on this opportunity as I am a lifelong fan of the entire Ingalls story. I remember playing Little House on the Prairie with my friends when I was in elementary school and making sure we never missed an episode on television. (Yes, I come from days WAY before DVRs and even VHS tapes, LOL!) I even had a family visit to DeSmet South Dakota where we did the big tour of the town!
I saved all my treasured books and taken great joy in reading through them with Miss Sarah. We even have the cookbook and have worked on a few of the measured recipes! I worked with Mockmill and we tried milling our own grains to cook with just like they did in the Long Winter.
Yup. Diehard fans.
That is why I jumped at the cross promotion with Queen’s Treasure to review this beyond adorable 18″ version of Laura Ingalls. She comes complete with a quilt, pillow, little rag doll and a box that turns into not only a bed, but a wall of the cabin when you add the special paper that is included. Everything you see pictured is in a set for $99.99 — and sure to elicit a squeal of joy from your little fan. The details are just amazing, down to the freckles on her face, rosy cheeks and tilt close eyes!
You can see the entire line HERE — with the doll starter kit and even a covered wagon! They are licensed to create these gems and made beautifully.
If you are a true fan, I know you can’t stop there — check out the historical website that is just full of great ideas HERE. It has so many helpful and educational resources about Little House on the Prairie including a historical, history articles as well as fun crafts, recipes and more.
The best part? You could win one! Actually, the complete collection ($700+ value) as well as the complete Little House on the Prairie DVD set ($100+ value) and Laura Ingalls Wilder documentary ($20+ value)
Hurry though — this giveaway ends on Thanksgiving!