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Great Pretenders! #2016HolidayGiftGuide



Hey neighbors!

What child does not like to dress up and pretend to be someone else?  Great Pretenders is a GREAT way to assist your chid when they want to play pretend.  They have costumes and accessories for children to dress as knights, princesses, kings, dinosaurs, etc.

I still remember the day my two oldest daughters were playing they were someone else.  I called them for lunch and they both ignored me.  After I called a couple times and went back to check on them, I was told I was not calling them by their proper names.  They had each chosen new names for the day!

So, Great Pretenders sent me these really nice costumes.  We received the Gold Knight and the Pterodactyl Cape.  I had a friend of ours try them on for us, as they are going to end up as gifts.  He thought they were great, but was a little embarrassed at first.


The Pterodactyl Cape has a hood, that has the pterodactyl head on top.  The beak sticks out over your child's forehead.  In a turquoise blue color, the cape is actually quite eye-catching!  If your child grabs hold of each corner, they will be able to look like a flying pterodactyl.




The Gold Knight set on the other hand is a black top, with gold trim and design, with a hood.  There is of course a gold colored cape along with a crown.  The crown is made of soft material and has a small band of elastic, so it will fit varying head sizes.  The crown is black and gold.  The wooden sword is not included.

Your son can dress in the knight costume and go slay dragons.  Or conquer kingdoms.  As a pterodactyl he can soar and explore.



Great Pretenders has so many other options!  Be sure to visit their website and take a look around.  Anyone of their costumes would make a great gift this holiday season and encourage your children to stretch their imaginations!

Be sure to follow Great Pretenders on their social media:
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Be sure to add Great Pretenders to your holiday shopping list.  Thanks for stopping in today!  See you soon.

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