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We received the items featured in this post in exchange for coverage. Daisy is 3 and as such, she is a big fan of small world toys. Anything that can combine real life with fantasy is a winner for Daisy. Being able to set her up a play area in her room is a great way to occupy her for up to 30 minutes at a time while I have a shower or complete jobs at home. We’ve already got a few Schleich toys, that Daisy loves, and now we’ve been sent the star pegasus, moon unicorn stallion and shooting star unicorn to test out. As we have recently moved house, and have more room for toys, this was perfect timing. Especially as I need to keep Daisy occupied for all the jobs that we need to do around our new house!
The glittering moon unicorns are new to the Schleich Bayala range and they’re designed to excite children’s imaginations. If you’ve got a unicorn fan in your family, even if they usually like more conventional white unicorns, these are going to be a great hit.
The detailing on these unicorns is absolutely fantastic, as it always is with Schleich products. They are well made, sturdy, strong, capable of withstanding rough play from my 3-year-old and they look fantastic too. Each of the unicorns has glitter, shiny parts and lovely vivid colour schemes. These go fab alongside the other Schleich items that Daisy already has too.
Daisy loves how glorious these unicorns look. She said they are one of the prettiest unicorns she has ever seen and I have to agree with her! I love how the manes have glitter in and they really catch the light nicely. These unicorns are great for roleplay and I love how sturdy they are too.
Where to buy the Schleich Bayala Glittering Moon Unicorns
Head over to the Schleich website and check out the Bayala range. The Moon Unicorn Stallion has an RRP of £14.99, The Star Pegasus has an RRP of £14.99 and the Moon Unicorn Foal has an RRP of £7.99. You can also find the Bayala range at Smyths.