They really stuffed this box to the brim with stuff. It wasn't that heavy so I wasn't expecting so many things.
These would be part of my rejection pile. Except for the music box and flashlight, most of these things are in good condition. The Buzz Lightyear still talks and his joints are firm. He has some gum stuck to him and scuff marks but I'll remove those before I rebox him.
I think a sibling got a hold of this because usually it takes a relative to mess up your stuff and leave you hate messages on your toys. Even the ballerina was ripped off. Poor Cinderella.
I presume this was a Toys R Us plane because that looks like the Geoffrey mascot on the rudder.
The plushie items. The doll has a bean bag body. I think with some cleaning any little kid would like these. Maybe not that big bear, 'cause it looks a bit mean.
I will keep this stuff for other uses. I love the Build a Bear hoops. I can envision an outdoor basketball court in my future... with a different backboard of course.
Yay, furniture! Most of this is broken, missing pieces or warped, but I don't care. It gives me an opportunity to work my refurbishing skills.
Both of these are LPS. That yellow animal does not go with the box though as it's too big. The inside of the box is amazing. You push the little button on the bottom and kabloom!
It opens out to this tiny little LPS world. You can feed, play, sleep, potty and bathe your LPS. There is even room to store 3 of them in the top of the box.
The details and cuteness factor of this thing are out of control! That rubber ducky has so much attitude. I'm totally keeping this.
This is some kind of music player. It's only three inches in diameter so they must be mini discs that I'm assuming are the plastic kind we used to have a kids. I want to keep it, but at the same time, I'm like, "Girl, whatchu gonna do with that?"
Again with the one shoe. That's just annoying. If you don't have a pair, don't put them in the box! I will be keeping the brown shirt, Sponge Bob pants, harem pants and white cap.
All these were inside the purple bag. I don't know what that black harness was for but I'm keeping it - the other stuff, uh, no.
Hands down, the best thing in the box. A replica of a 1963 Stingray Corvette. It's 5.5 inches long, made of die cast metal with rubber wheels.
The doors and hood open. There are scuff marks and black residue in some places but since it is metal I should be able to remove those. Now I just need a tiny doll to drive it. ^_^.
With 20% off I got all this stuff for $4.80. Sure, I'll throw away the gunky items and return a hefty portion to a different thrift store, but even so, not a bad deal, I'd say.
Edit to add some extra photos of the dress with white trim: