We are still on a Disney hype following our trip to Disneyland Paris last month. To celebrate the launch of the brand new animation Frozen Northern Lights, we were very kindly sent a wonderful box of Frozen goodies including the Frozen Northern Lights Elsa doll to review.
As you can see, P1 was absolutely over the moon to have Elsa to play with. Alongside the doll which I’ll share more details about in a minute, we were also sent a Frozen blanket to snuggle down with to watch the show, a Frozen magazine which had a bumper art set as a free gift.
Also included in our package, was a beautiful personalised Elsa bauble which has taken pride of place on our tree. I was blown away by the gorgeous delicate gift and absolute love it.
The girls were eager to open Elsa and play with her. Elsa comes with her interactive snowflake which you have to wave your hand over and it changes colour and also activates Elsa to talk and sing. She has 40 different phrases ands of course sings the iconic Let It Go.
Her dress also lights up as she talks/sings creating a gorgeous mix of colours and sounds. I really liked that Elsa can stand alone without the girls having to hold her meaning they could easily play and activate the snowflake without having to worry about holding her.
Elsa stands at 14″ and has an RRP of £39.99. She is suitable for ages 3+. Elsa herself comes with batteries but the snowflake will need 3xAAA batteries so make sure you stock up!
Here is the trailer for the new show. I have found it on the Disney channel and you can also catch up on demand. In the first episode, they are trying to help their friend Little Rock the troll to earn his tracking crystal. It’s really cute to see all your Frozen favourites in animation again and is a must see for all Frozen fans.
The Elsa doll is made by Jakks Pacific and if you’re really quick, it’s at a bargain price of £24.99 at Smyths toy store. A perfect gift for any Frozen fans this Christmas.
Disclosure – we were sent the products photographed above for the purpose of this review. As always, all words, opinions and images are my own