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Salvation Army Uniform (WWI) for 18″ Doll by The Queen’s Treasures GIVEAWAY

Salvation Army Uniform for 18" Dolls by The Queens Treasures

 

Salvation Army Uniform (WWI) for 18″ Doll by The Queen’s Treasures

 

The Queen’s Treasures, is an enchanting trove nestled high in the Pocono Mountains where everything is miniaturized for the 18″ doll phenomenon – clothing, accessories and especially furniture!  All princesses, with their mums, can hold their pinkies aloft as they sip tea and browse the online shop at www.TheQueensTreasures.com.

 

Salvation Army WWI Uniform for 18 Doll

 

For this collection The Queen’s Treasures turns back the clock 100 years and spotlights life during WWI.  Outfits and accessories from the brave Salvation Army Doughnut Girls, vintage stoves and an antique sewing machine are a sampling of the 2015 Collection. Beyond clothing is the Queen’s extensive array of miniature furniture. American style furniture includes cupboards, table & chair sets, kitchen, bedroom furniture and a huge selection of 18″ doll storage trunks, wardrobes and armoires.

 

Salvation Army WWI Uniform With My Girl

 

A goodwill factor is sprinkled over these vintage offerings. The Queen’s Treasures will donate 10% of the gross sales of their Salvation Army Doughnut Girl Outfit ($24.99), Salvation Army Uniform ($39.99) and the exclusive Salvation Army Doughnut Set ($39.99), whose pantry essentials — a real metal scoop, sugar sack, metal sifter — are lovingly packaged in an amazing 12-piece kit.

 

In addition to her website, fans of the 18″ doll world can find The Queen’s Treasures on ToyRUs.com, FAO.com and Sears.com as well as Amazon, eBay and Zuilly.

 

The WWI Salvation Army Uniform

They dressed smart and carried their heads high in this “army” uniform as they took it upon themselves to provide humanitarian assistance in times of war.  The authentically styled 18″ doll clothing set includes khaki jacket with embossed metal buttons and real pockets, full skirt and garrison cap. Like the Doughnut Girl ensemble, this uniform is attractively packaged in a reusable 18″ doll clothing garment bag and plastic hanger. Also new for 2015 are two vintage accessories — a pre-electricity stove and sewing machine — that may look lovingly familiar to Grandma!

 

Sephora and her Salvation Army Doll

 

This outfit is incredible – we actually want the entire series now.  The Salvation Army uniform is perfectly constructed.  It does have the realistic buttons but there is still the velcro beneath it so we can easily dress our 18″ doll which happens to be an American Girl doll.  I do have to give a shout out to my daughter who is so sick at the moment but was still a good sport and got out of bed to pose for me.  The cap totally makes the outfit – it is the perfect size for her head and really brings that time period perfectly to her doll.  And as you can see from our background we are in the midst of yet another major snowstorm.  There are so many contemporary outfits available but this outfit is unique and definitely a conversation starter!

 

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Giveaway

And The Queen’s Treasures is graciously offering one lucky TSOS reader their very own Salvation Army Uniform.  The prize will be sent directly to the winner from the sponsor. Please allow 6-8 weeks for shipping.  The giveaway will run until 02/23/15 at 11:59pm EST.  The winner will be chosen randomly via Giveaway Tools and will be announced on the Giveaway Tool Widget.  Any taxes or other charges that may be part of the prize are the winner’s sole responsibility.  The giveaway is open to United States residents only.  You must be over 18 years of age and you guarantee that you are eligible by entering.  We reserve the right to cancel any giveaway.  No purchase is necessary. One entry per person per household.

 

 

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