I came back with a selection of little odds and sods from my trip into Rayleigh this week. My favourite find is the creepy rabbit clock with moving eyes and ears. I found two G3 and one G4 My Little Pony plus a Cutie Crew figure, a Cupcake Surprise (but no surprise she hatless), two Lalaloopsy pets, and various little figures including characters from Disney Princess, Moshi Monsters, Roary the Racing Car, Finding Nemo and Waybuloo.
I added more to my Moshi Monster & Furby collections this week, plus LOL and Shopkins stickers, LOL onesies and an ugly Eggbert figure. I also found an Emma Watson Disney Princess “Belle” doll from the movie Beauty & The Beast.
Last Tuesday during my rounds in Rayleigh, I picked up the complete collection of Paddington Bear TV episodes, a large G4 My Little Pony and a couple of dog tag necklaces, an Inside Out figure and a little bag of Ever After High accessories.
I came back with a pile of old early 1980’s children’s computer books after volunteering last Monday. I also found a Harry Potter DVD boardgame, two Mrs Hedgehog annuals and the first Adrian Mole book.
I came back with a nice selection of toys and books from last weekends carboot sale, including two Furbys, three little Disney Princess Mini Toddler figures, a Sally Secrets doll, a Sylvanian Families dog, six vintage Ladybird books, a crocheted plush figure from Paperchase and Pucca bag.
On my rounds in Rayleigh last week I came across a fresh load of donated G3 My Little Ponies, twelve to be precise. I even found one G1 pony (Baby Ribbon). Then the following day I spotted a l’il bag of L’il Babies and Oodles, a large G4 pony and Rainbow Dash duvet set.
I was looking on eBay to buy a few of the missing little accessories to my latest Monster High and Ever After High dolls, and somehow managed to also purchase Frankie Stein “Ghouls Rule” and Luna Mothews “Boo York, Boo York” dolls!
On Saturday I came back with two books (My Little Pony and Richard Scarry), and Monday’s volunteering found me a Zelf and two Littlest Pet Shop kitten baskets. Tuesday was much more fruitful, with two Monster High dolls, three Ever After High dolls, a Supergirl doll, a baby Lalaloopsy, more Littlest Pet Shop, another Zelf, a Funko Mystery Mini, a Twisthead, a MLP blind bag mini, a Barbie stool and several more packs of Top Trumps. Oh, and a pack of Old Maid.
I usually only fulfil my Monster High doll obsession with charity shop finds, but last week I realised I could no longer resist the call of Skelita Calaveras!
Lurking in a sandwich bag amongst various other toys in a charity shop, I spied this set of six large My Little Ponies last week!