Wednesday, May 27, 2009


Hello and welcome to another Barbie Wednesday!

Today I thought I would tell you about several beautiful Barbies that you could go right now to Wal Mart or Wal Mart.com and buy!


This first one is so awesome! She is Corvette Barbie. I really think she is cool and I can't imagine your husband minding you buying this one right?



Here's another that your husband might not mind you getting. The Star Trek dolls. They are sold separate though. Actually your husband might want it more than you do!

Who doesn't love these two! This is definitely one of the most loved and remembered episodes of I love Lucy!The Chocolate Factory was a great episode! You just have to love their faces! They look like they have mouths full of chocolate!






If you are a fan of Grease then you will love these two!First we have Frenchy and then Rizzo which are lovely and pretty dolls even if you didn't like Grease!



This one's called Glamour Barbie. She has such a lovely dress but I'm not sure I like her face.



This is a really sweet Barbie and I think she is really pretty. She is Kentucky Derby Barbie. Of course they had to give her a big hat!





I hope you enjoyed looking at these lovely dolls.


Wishing you lots of fun today, Lindsey

17 comments:

Faye said...

These are awsom.I wish I could come and play!LOL. Hope you have a great day! Blessings Faye

Holly said...

Ha-ha, Lindsey! Why are you not sure you like her face? She's my favorite one! ♥

Florence and Mary said...

I love the Grease Barbie's, they're great fun.

Victoria xx

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love them ALL but I think I really need the I love Lucy Barbie! I love this show and think they face is perfect! Thanks for sharing! Something I can FIND! heehee!

For the love of a teddy bear said...

I love the kentucky derby barbie!! gotta get her....corvette barbie is awesome and I love love love the lucy barbie!!! I enjoy Barbie wednesday sooooo much! can't wait until next week!!! here's a hint JUNE......hugs, jennifer

Lindsay-ann said...

Hi Lindsey
Great post. I love the Grease dolls and the Kentucky Derby one is beautiful.
Thanks for sharing
Lindsay
x

Heidi Ann said...

Those are all fabulous!!
Thank you for sharing them!

Andrea said...

Grease is one of my favorite movies. I saw the Grease dolls
displayed in Toys R US in NYC.
The Lucy dolls, are the funniest.
I love that episode of I Luv Lucy, it is a classic!
Kentucky barbie is pretty, with the hat & all.
The Corvette & Star Trek barbies,
I can see how a guy would appreciate them.
Glamour barbie is ok.
I always enjoy your Barbie posts.
If you run out of Barbie's for Barbie Wed, let me know. I can send you some pictures of my collection. Since I don't have a blog, you are welcomed to my pictures. Andrea
some pictures and

Anonymous said...

I have seen a few of these but the Kentucky Derby one is my favorite. Have a great week!
Blessings, Sarita

KatCollects said...

Hi Lindsey,
I hope you are having a good week!
Kathy

creative breathing said...

Lindsey, The doll you aren't sure if you like her face or not I swear I saw on a Lifetime Movie! Fun post! E

TattingChic said...

I love glamor barbie!

LillySue said...

Twyla,
Thank you for visiting my blog and entering my giveaway! (good luck) It is funny you should post the Star Trek action figures because my 16 year old daughter, Holly, is collecting those. We have seen the new movie twice and she now has a "Thing" for Spock, Heehe!
Blessings~LillySue

Sherry said...

These are the coolest Barbies ever! I love all the costumes!

Sherry

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