Thursday, August 22, 2013

NERF Weaponry ~ Not Just for Boys Anymore

Ok, so the title of this post is misleading, NERF hasn't been just for boys in our family...EVER.  Ella has always used her brother's NERF guns to defend herself against them, but NERF has always seemed to cater to the male population.  They've changed things up though and have come out with their fabulous new line of weaponry that has a fancier design to appeal to girls, called the NERF Rebelle Bows & Blasters series.  Not that the plain ol' NERF guns that the boys own ever bothered Ella, but she was definitely tickled pink when her brand new Heartbroker Bow came in the mail last week. 

When BzzAgent approached me about taking part in the NERF Rebelle Campaign, I jumped at the chance!  We were given a  NERF Rebelle Heartbreaker Bow (Retails for $19.99 and  comes with 5 collectible darts!), a Dart Refill Pack with 12 more collectible darts, and Rebelle-Themed Temporary Tattoos, along with coupons good for a FREE NERF Rebelle Dart Refill Pack with any purchase of a NERF Rebelle Bow or Blaster to pass along to friends (leave me a message on the Little Things Blog Facebook page if you'd like one!  Limited supply!).  

When the package arrived Ella could not wait to get outside and try out her Heartbreaker Bow.  She LOVED the Hunger Games trilogy, so I think it thrilled her to have a bow like her hero Katniss Everdeen.  Ella took on her brothers with her new bow, and according to her, she won the battle.  Michael and I were impressed at how far the bow could shoot, and the boys were dying to get their hands on it as well.  I think that we'll definitely be adding items from the NERF Rebelle series to our NERF collection, and probably buying some for birthday gifts as well!  They are so cool! NERF Rebelle Bows & Blasters will hit the shelves on September 1st!  To see the entire NERF Rebelle collection be sure to visit their website.

Disclaimer: I am a BzzAgent, and I received this NERF kit for FREE.  The opinions however, all 100% my own.  And Ella's as well. 

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