I was visiting with a friend the other day and she told me about a great Jdeal she just purchased for her daughter. It wasn’t a meal or a day at a spa. She purchased a Gali Girl. These charming shayna maidelas are what you are looking for and you can get one from $27.50, which includes shipping, and save big over the regular $43.50 price ($35 + shipping) for a Gali Girl.
Each 18-inch Gali Girl comes with a magen david bracelet for herself and her new owner, a hebrew/english name birth certificate, and her prized Shabbat kit. Her clothing is compatible with American Girl dolls.
There are all kinds of Gali Girls! Contemporary Galis can have features that match your child’s: curly hair, straight hair, blue eyes or brown. Historical Gali Girls come with stories rich in Jewish history, like Reyna Li who hails from the oldest Jewish community in China, or Shoshana who lives in colonial New York. (Historical Dolls only available directly from www.GaliGirls.com.)
Each Gali doll has incredible details and beautiful clothing that invite girls everywhere to pick them up and play. These are dolls that can become a part of the family, and bring Jewish values into your daughter’s playtime.
Go to jdeal now because it is expiring tomorrow.
Jdeal has offered me one of these incredible dolls to giveaway to one of my readers. Here is how you can win this doll for your daughter, niece, or even for yourself (c’mon, you know you think they are cute!). This deal is only good until tomorrow night, December 20, 2011. This contest is now closed, congrats to Rivkah Kanefsky!!! Please send your address to email@example.com!!
1. Leave a comment below and tell me why you would love to win a Gali Girls Doll.
For more chances to win, please leave a comment if you:
2. Shared this giveaway on Facebook
3. Tweeted out this giveaway on twitter using this tweet
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I was not paid for this post, however, I was provided a Gali Girls Doll for review and running this giveaway on my blog.