This single element piece is a cute little bowler style handbag! The overall color is a refreshing pale mint with purple inlay accents and silver-toned zipper. I have had an ongoing love affair with bags and purses ever since I was a little girl, so this little gem absolutely makes me smile with glee!
This gift box has eight green and white elements including the top piece that resembles a gift tag/card/envelope that can be turned for a more organic asymmetrical look. To be honest, I wasn’t 100% certain that it was a gift box at first and had to verify with my husband. Now that I’ve been looking at it a bit longer, I can’t help but think “duh silly…what else can it be?”
Amazon.com is selling 41008 Heartlake City Pool for $39.99. It’s the same price as LEGO Shop@Home, but you get Free Super Saver Shipping in time for Christmas if you order in the next three days. Also there’s no sales tax to most states. Shop@Home offers VIP Points and free shipping if you order $49 or more, but charges sales tax.
In addition to the City Pool set, they also have 41007 Heartlake Pet Salon in stock for $29.76. They also have all of the $9.99 sets such as 41011 Stephanie’s Soccer Practicebut the price is $2 more than what Shop@Home charges.
Another day, another sled. This is the third sled in the calendar and it just dawned on me what that vertical bar was for from Day 2’s pink sled. You slide that vertical bar into that hole in the front of the green sled to chain them together. You can also add the blue sled from Day 10 to make it even longer.
You know, not everything in Heartlake City is roses and puppy dogs. Minidolls have to eat too, and it’s not always pretty. Case in point: Emma’s Slaughter House, where she prepares only the finest meats for minidoll consumption:
Model by Gregory Coquelz (Yatkuu).
Today’s model is a stool and what I can only assume is a bowl with water in it represented by the 1×1 trans-blue round studs for the puppy you get from the day before. I guess the stool is for the puppy too. It kind of makes sense since LEGO’s usually puts a minidoll’s accessories in the next day’s model. Why not for a dog?