SwagsGiving 2 Giveaway: Lite Sprites

Eva has been watching The Hub for some time now. We are fans of My Little Pony, Transformers and Strawberry Shortcake. But Eva is also a fan of Lite Sprites. She has seen the commercial a number of times, so many indeed that she already knew what to do with Prisma and the Lite Wand. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from these toys and whether or not Eva would enjoy them. I quickly learned that Eva is enjoying them very much. She’s been asking me to play Lite Sprites every day since we opened the packages.

We received a few Lite Sprites toys to play with and Review. They included Prisma and the Lite Wand, Astra and The Waterfall Playset. The Lite Wand can do many things. Way more than I expected. You can use the wand to capture color from your world and share it. This is done by placing the bottom of the wand on something of color for a few seconds. Then the wand magically shows that color on the top of the wand. You can then share that color with the Sprites and playsets. There are also games that your child can play including Color Hunt, Color and Color Mix. We haven’t quite figured out how to do Color Mix but Eva is a wiz at Color Hunt. The wand also has special magical spells that it can cast to make the Sprites colors behave in certain ways. there are also spells to give color to Bleak. More on her later.

The world of Lite Sprites (Lite-Topia) is all about color and sharing color among the Sprites and their playsets. There are five Sprites: Prisma, Brooke, Astra, Meadow and Bleak. Bleak is sort of the Black Sheep of the Sprite family. She rejects color and can negate the color of the other Sprites. But the Sprites try and bring Astra back into the fold. The Lite Wand can give Bleak color using the Bleak Spell option.

The Lite Sprites toys are very fun. Each Sprite has a button on the base of their figure that you can use to switch between afew different colors. You can press the button down and give that light to other Sprites and Lite Sprites playsets. I love switching the colors on Eva, she gets so worked up and laughs. She tried to hide her Sprite (She’s always Prisma) but I can always get Prisma to change her color. It is really fun in the dark too especially with all the color changing going on.

If you’d like to play with Lite and Lite Sprites then enter to win below.

Please use the rafflecopter widget and follow all of the directions. The first direction is to leave a comment on this post (scroll to bottom to the comment section) after you’ve visted the Lite Sprites website and then tell me one of the Lite Sprites’s Playsets. Then click the β€œI did this” button on the rafflecopter widget. You can gain more entries by doing other tasks after that. But you must do the first steps to enter.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this toy to review and blog about as well as give away as part of the SwagsGiving Event. Opinions about the toy are 100% my own.

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27 thoughts on “SwagsGiving 2 Giveaway: Lite Sprites”

  1. So that’s what Lite Sprites are! I am so glad that you posted this because I thought my daughter kept saying she wanted a “lite brite” but I knew that couldn’t be right because we’ve had one of those for years and no one ever plays with it. Now I get it. I like the Waterfall playset but apparently have some research to do now to figure out which pieces I need to get to make sure I get her what she wants.
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  2. I’m torn between the Tree of Lite and the Waterfall Playset!! These are adorable!! I think Gina NEEEEDS them!! Ha!

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