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Jewel Sparkles was first released in July 2010 as a standard large doll.

Doll(s)

Large Core Doll

Line: Large
Release: July 2010
Description: Jewel Sparkles as a standard large core doll, the first merchandise for this character.
Trivia:
  • Originally labeled Bitty Buttons.


Crumbs' Tea Party Playset Mini

Line: Mini
Release: November 2010
Doll(s) included: Jewel Sparkles & Tea Party Crumbs Sugar Cookie
Piece(s) included:
  • Round table
  • Two chairs
  • Cookie jar
  • Tea pot
  • Two cups & saucers
  • Cat
  • Mouse
Description: Crumbs has her own tea party playset, includes bonus signature Series 1 Jewel Sparkles mini.
Trivia:


Jewel's Primpin' Party Playset Mini

Line: Mini
Release: 2010
Doll(s) included: Primpin' Pary Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Vanity table
  • Stool
  • Floor lamp
  • Hand mirror
  • Hair brush
  • Two perfume bottles
Description: Jewel Sparkles' second mini, her Primpin' Party edition.
Trivia:


Silly Hair Doll

Line: Silly Hair Dolls
Release: June 2011
Doll(s) included: Silly Hair Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat with silly tail
  • Magenta heart shaped hair decorations
  • Light green bows
  • Light green button clips
  • Magenta and light pink hair curler
  • Red heart clips
  • Pink flower clips
Description: Jewel Sparkles now has silly bendable hair that can be styled and accessorized. She comes with hair accessories and a new dress.
Trivia:
  • She retains wearing the same shoes as her core doll.


Soft Doll

Line: Soft
Release: 2011
Description: Jewel Sparkles as a soft plush doll with printed fabric and soft pet cat.
Trivia:


Series 1 Mini

Line: Mini
Release: November 2010
Doll(s) included: Series 1 Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Hand mirror
  • Hair brush
  • Perfume bottle
Description: Jewel Sparkle's first mini, copies the look of her signature large doll.
Trivia:


Series 5 Mini

Line: Mini
Release: October 2011
Doll(s) included: Series 5 Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included: Cat
  • Rubber ducky
  • Shampoo bottle
  • Towel
Description: Jewel Sparkle's third mini, her 2nd edition Jewel's Bubble Bath.
Trivia: First to use her outfit mold later recolored by Pix E. Flutters.


Series 10 Silly Funhouse Mini

Line: Mini
Release: June 2012
Doll(s) included: Series 10 Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Heart shaped balloon
  • Lollipop bouquet
  • Candied apple
Description: Jewel Sparkle's fourth mini, her Silly Funhouse edition.
Trivia:


Sister Pack Mini

Line: Mini
Release: February 2013
Doll(s) included: Sister Pack Jewel Sparkles & Trinket Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
Description: For the first time, Jewel's little sister Trinket has been made mini and both are sold together.
Trivia:
  • Jewel's outfit mold is a direct recolor of Series 6 Toffee Cocoa Cuddles's outfit.
  • Trinket does not come with her pet kitten.


Loopy Hair Doll

Line: Loopy Hair
Release: June 2013
Doll(s) included: Loopy Hair Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Two hot pink heart clips
  • Two lime green triple-button clips
  • Two cat clips
  • Hot pink comb
Description: Jewel Sparkles now has loopy yarn hair that can be brushed, styled, and accessorized. She comes with hair accessories and a new dress.
Trivia:
  • She retains wearing the same shoes as her core doll.


Loopy Hair Mini

Line: Loopy Hair
Release: June 2013
Doll(s) included: Loopy Hair Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Two hot pink bow clips
  • Two lime green button clips
  • Two white heart clips
  • Hot pink comb
Description: Mini Jewel Sparkles now has loopy yarn hair that can be brushed, styled, and accessorized. She comes with a handful of hair accessories.
Trivia:
  • The base model for this mini is Jewel's signature Series 1 mini.


Large Core Doll (Sew Limited Edition)

Line: Large
Release: August 2013
Doll(s) included: Jewel Sparkles (& Mini Jewel Sparkles)
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
Description: Jewel Sparkles was re-released as a standard large core doll for a limited time with the original series. The bundle that includes the bonus mini is a Target exclusive.
Trivia:
  • Unlike her original Bitty Buttons/Lalaloopsy releases, she now has a drainage hole. Collectible poster excluded.


Moments in Time Mini

Line: Mini
Release: 2014
Doll(s) included: Moments in Time Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Spaghetti
  • Pot
  • Spoon
Description: Jewel Sparkles relives a classic from the episode, Princess Spaghetti Day.
Trivia:
  • The base model for this mini is Jewel's signature Series 1 mini.


Baby Doll

Line: Babies
Release: November 2013
Doll(s) included: Baby Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Kitty cat bottle
  • Two tone pink pacifier
  • Fancy pink cap
Description: Jewel Sparkles as a baby, in her own signature pattern diaper and special print body. Hard head, soft body. Pacifier can be inserted into mouth.
Trivia:


Girls Doll

Line: Girls
Release: July 2014
Doll(s) included: Lalaloopsy Girls Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Pajamas
  • Hair clips (2)
  • Comb
Description: Jewel is ready to attend LALA Prep as part of the all grown up Girls line. Doll is a deluxe version and includes color changing hair, two clips, and a second outfit.
Trivia:


Large Core Doll (Super Silly Party Edition)

Line: Super Silly Party
Release: August 2015
Doll(s) included: Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • charm bracelet
  • pet cat
Description: Everybody is invited to the Lalaloopsy Super Silly Party! Lalaloopsy is celebrating all of the things that make them special! It's a magical time full of silliness and surprises! Jewel Sparkles was made from remnants of a real princess' dress. She is very graceful, a little bit bossy and loves to dance and wear sparkly clothes. Jewel Sparkles now has a new dress and sparkly hairstyle just for the Super Silly Party!
Trivia: Limited edition doll from the Lalaloopsy Super Silly Party Collection and removable clothing for fashion play.


Burger King Kids Meal

Line: Fast Food Toy
Release: May 2015
Doll(s) included: Burger King Kids Meal Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
Description: Jewel Sparkles Burger King toy. A comb that was packaged in two pieces can be put together into one.
Trivia:


Series 15 - Super Silly Party Collection

Line: Mini
Release: August 2015
Doll(s) included: Series 15 Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Mirror
Description: Jewel Sparkle's eighth mini, her Super Silly Party edition.
Trivia:


Series 16 - Style 'N' Swap

Line: Mini
Release: January 2016
Doll(s) included: Style 'N' Swap Sets Confetti Carnivale and Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
Description:
Trivia:


Large Core Doll (Princess Edition)

Line: Large
Release: August 2016
Description: Jewel Sparkles as a standard large core doll in her new dress fit for a princess.
Trivia:


Large Core Doll (Netflix Series)

Line: Large
Release: December 2016
Doll(s) included: Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Gold brush
  • Pink polka dot dress
  • Gold tiara
Description: Jewel Sparkles as a standard large doll with a whole new look and brushable pink hair.
Trivia:


Style 'N' Swap Mini (Netflix Series)

Line: Mini
Release: December 2016
Doll(s) included: Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cat
  • Three fashions
  • Two wigs
  • Two pairs of shoes
  • Three accessories
Description: Jewel Sparkles comes with an adorable pet, mix and match fashions, and fun accessories that fit their personalities.
Trivia:


Style 'N' Swap Mini Deluxe (Netflix Series)

Line: Mini
Release: December 2016
Doll(s) included: Storm E. Sky and Jewel Sparkles
Piece(s) included:
  • Cats
  • Poodle
  • Eight fashions
  • Four wigs
  • Two pairs of shoes
  • Six accessories
Description: Storm E. Sky and Jewel Sparkles comes with adorable pets, mix and match fashions, and fun accessories that fit their personalities.
Trivia:


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