Hm. What to do?
The Moxie house was $10, minus the flash sale "Extra 25% off". Well, that was decided. For $7.50, I couldn't pass it up! I almost talked myself into buying them both. I honestly wish now that I had.
|Does not include: Dolls, sled, snowman, log seat... etc...|
|The selling point|
|I suppose the screw holes in the chimney should have been a clue, too.|
|This bar needs some spackle or something.|
|Not a "love seat", but a "low seat".|
|$7.50 worth of stuff?|
|"This is snow shovel for ants?"|
|"Seriously, can we get a taller shovel?"|
|"This isn't snow! This is bean bag bed!"|
"This isn't even big enough for a bed!"
|"Hey girls! Watch this!"|
|"Ladies! What can I get you? Coffee? Tea? Me?"|
|"Finally! Being short is an advantage!"|
Really, this set is perfectly scaled for Equestria Girls, Pinkie Cooper, or other 9" or slightly under dolls. Bratz Kidz would probably be a good fit for it as well. In case you're wondering, that's a Kidz outfit Sunset Shimmer is rocking, there.
I really wish I'd gone ahead and gotten the Liv set, but the main draw of it was the underscale kitchen, and of course the doll. Since Liv is out of production, this has started to sound more and more like a missed opportunity to me, and I'm honestly sort of kicking myself for cheaping out but at the same time... ehhhh these underscale houses annoy me a bit. The roof should go OVER the doll's head, not settle at shoulder level! And out of production or not, $25 is a bit high for a Liv, imo. Found one NIB for under $13 yesterday, so...