This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Winx Club Deluxe. All opinions are 100% mine.
Stories of fantasy, wonder, and maybe a little glitz and glamor along the way for good measure, has always and will always captivate the hearts and imaginations of most every little girl at some point. For many, this comes in the form of fairies–beautiful fairies with intricate and stunning wings that give them the ability to fly all over the place while possessing magical powers that only get both more elaborate and elusive the longer a child is engaged with the storyline, and if they are making up their own, that can easily go on for hours. The lives of fairies are fun-filled, and they get to take off on important adventures at a moment’s notice whenever they are needed, all while wearing a great outfit. I think I may be a little jealous of the idea of that kind of life, which is precisely how these little creatures of wonder so easily spark the imaginations of young girls–and even young girls at heart.
If you have a little girl in your life who loves fairies, or simply has a vivid imagination that is full of pink, glitter, and everything girly, you will definitely want to check out the new Winx Club Deluxe toy doll line from Nickelodeon.
The Winx Club is made up of six fairies: Bloom, and her friends Flora, Aisha, Stella, Tecna, and Musa. Their story focuses on positivity, empowerment, being good, and much like most other children’s stories, defeating evil. They are colorful, eclectic, fashionable, and diverse, which is something I pay very close attention to when it comes to any form of entertainment for children.
The Winx Club Deluxe toy doll line is launching in Walmart stores and on Walmart.com. If you’re starting your Christmas shopping early, or if you have a little girl’s birthday coming up soon, this would make a really great gift for the fairy-lover in your family. You can visit Walmart.com to learn more about this new toy line, as well as watch videos, print coloring sheets, and browse other Winx products, like DVDs, toy sets, and apparel.