Mattel has so many great gift ideas, we couldn't fit them all into one post. Last month we shared our Mattel Holiday Gift Guide Part 1 packed with goodness, Part 2 is just as exciting with even more ideas to help guide you through the last bit of your holiday shopping!
The original Thomas the tank engine was made of wood and was pushed around on a traditional train track. Who knew that one day Thomas would have such awesome features like a light up track projector, the ability to do jaw-dropping backflips and wheelies with a remote control! This is one of the coolest train in the yard this holiday season! Ages 3+ $59.99
Relive the moments of the Barbie Rock 'n Royals movie with these dolls in your Barbie collection. With the push of their necklace these girls sing their hearts out just like in the movie and are dressed in their Barbie Rock 'n Royals attire! Ages 3+ $29.99 each
What's better than a classic toy truck? How about a toy truck with real working metal detectors! This truck signals when there's metal below and can sift through sand with the sifter scoop! This should keep kids busy for hours on a nice day, treasure hunting with a childhood classic toy with a twist! Ages 3+ $39.99
Time to put a twist on the classic holiday get together. Apples to Apples Freestyle will have you and your holiday guests laughing all night long. Just like the classic game, it's all about finding the most creative, fun, and hilarious answers to quirky questions. Ages 12+ $24.99
Bring your favourite characters like Barbie and Monster Hugh home for the holidays and add these beautiful decorations to your Christmas tree. These also make a great keepsake gift. $23.99-$24.99 each
It's a bird. It's a plane! No, it's Barbie Princess Power! For your little princess super hero, there's this fab Barbie Princess Power Wham Glam Essentials kit complete with kids lip gloss, face and eye makeup, this diamond shaped kit is an excellent stocking stuffer surprise! $5.59
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