Next up in the Disney Princess line is Cinderella’s Dream Carriage, coming in at $29.99 and 274 pieces. I admit. I was really, really looking forward to this one. I was not disappointed.
This build took three bags, but only one instruction book. The first bag was the fountain and bench, while bags two and three built the carriage itself.
The fountain and bench are pretty straightforward. The fountain uses four of the new heart jewel pieces.
The carriage was quite fun to build. While not particularly challenging, it does use the parts to shape itself into the round pumpkin-ish shape you’d expect from Cinderella.
There are definitely some good things in this: the gold decorative bit, the heart jewels, and the new carriage wheels.
I am happy to report the silver filigree is printed onto the blue slopes.
Overall, I definitely recommend this one. It’s a fun little build, and the majority of the parts are useful bricks and plates, with some nice printed slopes. I am slightly less enthusiastic about the Cinderella mini-doll, as I prefer the Merida mini-doll, but I think overall it doesn’t detract from the set.
silver lineas are printed? great news :)
great review ;)
Excellent review, thanks for posting. Now I wish LEGO would sell a bag of those gold baubles… ;)