Samantha: 1904
Samantha Parkington® is a bright, compassionate, generous girl being raised by her wealthy grandmother in 1904, during a time of great change. Samantha’s world is filled with frills and finery, parties and play. But Samantha sees that times are not good for everybody. That’s why she tries to make a difference in the life of her friend Nellie, a servant girl whose world is nothing like Samantha’s.

In the Spring of 2008 annoncment was made of the retirement of the full Samantha line up.
All items left in her collection were only available until they sold out in 2009.


A Lesson



the Day

For Samantha

Night Time Extras

and Other Outfits

Books and Extras For Girls


Meet Samantha

Your Samantha doll has sparkling brown eyes that twinkle as they open and close. Brush her long curly hair and tie it up with a big, beautiful bow like Victorian girls wore. Hug her soft body and mover her arms, legs, and head. She can site, stand, and hold all the treasures that come in her collection.
Samantha’s checked taffeta dress has a fashionable pleated front and a dropped waist circled in burgundy satin. Her matching bow holds back her thick brown ringlets. She wears long black stockings and black shoes with ankle straps.

$87 Samantha Doll & Paperback Book
$92 Samantha Doll & Hardcover Book
$110 Samantha Doll & Paperback Book Set
$150 Samantha Doll & Hardcover Book Set

Samantha was introduced to the American Girls Collection in 1986
(Also includes a pair of white undies, see appendix)

Samantha’s Accessories

Samantha’s hat is big and fancy, like everything else in Victorian times. It is made of burgundy plush and trimmed in ribbons of rose, dove gray, and gold.
Pin a golden brooch on Samantha’s dress. The heart-shaped locket that hangs from it opens and closes. Inside is a place for her pictures of her mother and father. You can cut them out and paste them in yourself.
Samantha carries a rose velvet purse with a gold chain to slip over her wrist. Tucked inside is a beautiful handkerchief and a shiny Indianhead penny. It’s a real coin used during Samantha’s time and is worth 78 cents today!
(penny becomes a reproduction coin in 1994)

$20 SMA


Learns A Lesson


Buster Brown Dress

Samantha wore her gray Buster Brown dress with its snappy black bow tie to school to school at Miss Crampton’s Academy. It’s made of fine flannel and has a pleated skirt and placket front that are top-stitched in white. Six buttons march smartly down the front, and white collar and cuffs add finishing touches. It comes with a wide black satin hair ribbon which Samantha had to keep perky even during afternoon exercise classes.

$20 SSO

Tea Tin Lunchbox

Each morning Mrs. Hawkins, the cook, packed a lunch for Samantha in a shiny brass pail that was originally filled with tea. Her lunch is light and ladylike—half of a watercress sandwich, a deviled egg, a perfect peach, and a gingerbread cookie. Tuck the proper embroidered cloth napkin in with the make-believe food before you put the lid on.

$18 SSAL
Retired 2007

**If you have more information on the changes to this set please email me.**

Samantha’s Tea Tin Lunchbox

At lunchtime, Samantha gets to enjoy these special items prepared by Mrs. Hawkins, the cook:

* A ladylike lunch of a watercress sandwich, a perfect peach, and a gingerbread cookie
* An embroidered cloth napkin and a brass pail to carry it all

$20 Item# F7603
Released 2007

Samantha’s School Desk

When Samantha was asked a question by her teacher at Miss Crampton’s Academy, she had to stand next to her Victorian desk to answer. When she sat down again she might find a secret note from her friend Helen tucked into the metal curlicues of her hardwood desk. You can pass secret notes to Samantha too, but watch out for Miss Crampton!

$60 SSF
2007 ReCode D8101
Book Strap & Supplies

A book strap was the practical “modern” way for girls to carry their books in 1904. Put Samantha's school supplies under the two straps and fasten the buckles tightly.
Samantha wooden pencil box has a top that slides off. Inside you’ll find two pencils and a nib pen—the kind she dipped into an inkwell. There’s also a green felt pen wiper to clean it. You can write on the little pages of Samantha’s Composition Book.
When Samantha taught Nellie to read, she used The Baldwin Primer. You can read this tiny 32-page version of the original book, too. It’s filled with stories, pictures, and songs.
Fill out the Report Book with grades for her subjects and proper deportment!

$18 SSAB


Samantha's Surprise

Cranberry Party Dress

Samantha’s Christmas outfit of cranberry taffeta is the perfect Victorian party dress. It’s tied with a white satin sash and trimmed with beautiful lace and elegant ruffles. A pair of white stockings and a wide satin hair ribbon finish this Christmas confection.

$22 SCO
(See appendix)

Samantha’s Doll I

For Christmas, Samantha longed for the beautiful doll she saw in the window of Schofield’s Toy Store. It’s made of porcelain with movable arms and legs. Her hair is tied back in a big pink bow that matches her ruffly party dress. In her arms she carries a tiny wooden nutcracker—the perfect Christmas doll.

Retired 1993

Samantha’s Doll II

For Christmas, Samantha longed for the beautiful doll she saw in the window of Schofield’s Toy Store. It’s made of porcelain with movable arms and legs. Her hair is tied back in a big pink bow that matches her ruffly party dress. In her arms she carries a tiny wooden nutcracker—the perfect Christmas doll.

$16 SCAD
Released 1993

Christmas Music Box

One of Samantha’s special presents on Christmas morning was a bright red album of carols with a music box in it. This miniature version has tiny pages filled with Christmas songs that American girls have been singing for more than a hundred years. And at the back is a tiny music box. Wind it up and it plays Samantha’s favorite carol, “O Christmas Tree.”

$16 SCAC

Real Gingerbread House

It took Samantha an entire morning to decorate her gingerbread house. It won’t take you as long because you can use a gingerbread house kit. Everything you need is included: the real gingerbread pieces already baked, the candy trim, the pastry tube, a recipe for simple frosting, and directions. You just make the frosting and put the pieces together. A wonderful miniature centerpiece when you share Christmas dinner with Samantha. 3 1⁄2” tall.

$15 SCAG
Retired 2006


Happy Birthday Samantha
Lacy Pinafore & Rosebud Circlet

Frilly and fanciful, Samantha’s birthday dress is or rose- and white-striped taffeta. It’s covered with a crisp white pinafore that has ruffled lace “bretelles” and a wide sash that ties into a huge bow. There are even party stockings to go with it. But the crowning glory of this outfit is Grandmary’s gift, the old-fashioned circlet of rosebuds that once belonged to Samantha’s mother. Tie it around Samantha’s head and let the soft ribbons float on her dark curls.

$22 SBO
2007 ReCode D7933

Mohair Teddy Bear

Named after America’s president, “Teddy” Roosevelt, teddy bears were all the rage in 1904. Everybody wanted one. Samantha got hers from Agnes and Agatha, the sophisticated twins from New York City who always had what was new and popular. Your teddy bear is 5 1⁄2” tall and made in England of real mohair, just like the original ones were. His arms, legs, and head move, and he comes with a perky pink bow around his neck. Can’t you see why Samantha loved him?

$18 SBAA

**If you have more information on the changes to this set please email me.**
Elegant Doll Pram

Uncle Gard’s birthday present to Samantha was a fine doll carriage that the Victorians called a pram. Samantha’s beautiful porcelain doll and her new teddy bear fit in it for afternoon walks. As Uncle Gard would say, “Won’t they look dandy?”

$28 SBAG
Wicker Table & Chairs

Wicker was the popular summer furniture found on Victorian porches and in garden gazebos. Samantha’s table and two chairs are miniature reproductions of pieces that were made at the turn of the century by a well-known wicker designer, Cyrus Wakefield. Plump, comfy cushions in an enchanting cabbage-rose chintz are tied to the chairs with big puffy bows. They’re perfect for the leisurely, luxurious life the Victorians loved. Won’t you pull up a chair?

$80 SF
2007 ReCode D8001
Victorian Lemonade Set

Samantha’s birthday table was set with Grandmary’s laciest linen and finest summer dishes. The little cherries on the thumbprint glassware have been hand-painted in cerise and gold, just like the antique dishes found in a museum collection.
The complete table service includes two goblets, two saucers, a pitcher, two gold-colored knives, forks, and spoons, an embroidered tablecloth edged in Battenberg lace, and two lace-edged napkins.
Please pass the pink lemonade!

$62 SBAC
2007 ReCode D7920
Samantha’s Party Treats

Samantha wanted a grown-up party for her tenth birthday. So instead of a regular birthday cake she had a platter of dainty petit fours and homemade ice cream that was molded into pretty bombs and topped with cherries. Samantha gave each guest two favors: a lacy fan that opened and closed and a nosegay of pink ribbon roses tied in a paper doily with a bow.
You can have the same elegant party with four petit fours on a gold-rimmed platter, two ice cream bombs, two fans, two nosegays, and a special acrylic holder so Samantha can hold her favors.

$28 SBAP

Ice Cream Freezer

When Eddie Ryland sprinkled salt in the ice cream, Samantha’s party was nearly spoiled. You can make your own doll-sized batch of delicious homemade ice cream with an ice cream freezer that really works! Included is a recipe book with instructions on how to make this frozen treat using your own fresh ingredients. Surely it will taste as yummy as the peppermint ice cream Samantha sampled at Tyson’s Ice Cream Parlor.

$22 ABAN
(added to Samantha’s collection in 1998)


Samantha Saves the Day
Middy Dress with Tam

Every Victorian girl had a middy dress, a most popular style in 1904. Samantha’s is trimmed in black braid with an anchor, a crest, and stars on the back of the big square collar. A shiny brass bo’s’n’s whistle hangs on a cord around her neck. With the middy, Samantha wears a sailor’s tam for an outfit that’s truly shipshape!

$22 SAO
Retired Decemeber 2007

High Button Shoes

High button shoes in black and white are a stylish part of Samantha’s wardrobe.

Retired December 2007


Samantha's Middy Outfit

Because of how popular this style was in 1904, many Victorian girls—including Samantha—had an outfit like this one:

* A middy dress trimmed in black braid with an anchor, a crest, and stars on the back of the big square collar
* A sailor’s tam, or cap
* High button shoes in black and white to complete her outfit

Item# D7909 $24
Released December 2007

Nature Paraphernalia

For the Victorians, vacations were a time to learn about the outdoors as well as to have fun there. On sunny days at Pine Pint, Samantha loaded up her pack basket and took a nature hike into the Adirondack Mountains. She chased butterflies with her net and picked wildflowers like these black-eyed Susans. Back at the lodge you can help her study the butterflies with her magnifying glass and dry the flowers she picked in her wooden flower press. You can press real flowers in it, too!

$24 SAAN
Retired Fall 2007
(See appendix)

Summer Amusements I

Even rainy days were fun a Piney Point, if there weren’t too many of them! Samantha stitched pine needles into a little tuffet as a spicy-scented memento of her vacation to take back home at the end of summer. Rainy days were perfect for painting, too. Samantha would take out her paint set with its palette, brush, and six tubes of watercolors and paint pictures just like her mother had done in her sketchbook when she was a girl at Piney Point long ago. There are blank pages for you to paint in, too.

$22 SAAS

Summer Amusements II

The design of Samantha’s paint set, from her Summer Amusements accessory, has changed. The revised set only contained five different colors, the white tube of paint was removed and the tubes were also arranged in a vertical format instead of horizontally.



Changes for Samantha
Plaid Cape & Gaiters

Samantha looks like a sophisticated city girl in her cape of Black Watch plaid. It’s trimmed in navy soutache braid and ties with a silk cord. When she goes skating in Central Park, slip on her plaid gaiters over her shoes to keep her legs warm.

$22 SWO
Elegant Hat & Muff

The most perfect accessories you can imagine are Samantha’s stylish hat and muff made of make-believe fur. Nothing could be prettier or cozier for a young Victorian lady!

$16 SWOA

Lacy Whites

Samantha’s underthings are really too pretty to hide under her dresses. Her underwaist with pink ribbon and lace has elastic garters to hold up her long white stockings. It buttons to a full petticoat that’s tucked and trimmed with lace and ribbons, too.

$16 SWAU
Retired 2007
Victorian Valise

Samantha’s black valise with its fine brass fittings came in handy when she helped Nellie sneak out of the orphanage. Fill your valise with her pretty whites when she goes on a trip to visit Grandmary.

$14 SWAL
Winter Amusements

Whether inside or out, Samantha always had plenty of wintertime fun in the city. She loved to put on her ice skates and go skating with Uncle Gard in the park, or play with her French paper dolls during tea with Aunt Cornelia. And her favorite pastime of all was making lacy valentines. You can make three valentines just like Samantha did with your valentine kit. A fun winter project for you and Samantha!

$18 SWAF

Samantha’s Ice Skates

Samantha loves putting on her ice skates and taking a spin in the big city with Uncle Gard.



Night Time Extra's
Samantha’s Nightgown

A nightgown fit for a sugar plum fairy! Samantha wears a flowing white gown trimmed with lace and pink ribbon. Fine lace forms the wide shoulder ruffles and a dainty version edges the neck.

$20 SDO

2007 ReCode D7988
Kimono & Slippers

Samantha’s bathrobe is a Japanese-inspired kimono that was very fashionable in 1904. It’s edged in ivory satin that matches the tiny nosegays on the soft rose fabric. Her hand-crocheted slippers have looped “turkey work” trim and tiny satin bows.

$20 SNO
2007 ReCode D8041

**If you have more information on the changes to this set please email me.**

Samantha’s Bed

Samantha sleeps in a shiny brass-plated bed. It’s a four-poster with a curvy Victorian headboard. Her soft white mattress is covered with a lace-trimmed spread tufted with pink ribbons. Her fluffy pillow is edged in ruffles, lace, and ribbons, too. In a bed so beautiful, how could she have anything but pleasant dreams?

$64 SB
2007 ReCode D7913

Samantha’s Commode

Samantha’s wood commode has a smooth white finish, and fancy brass fittings that match her bed. Hang her hand towel on the bar, and slide her book into the pull-out drawer. The double doors swing open so you can store her pitcher and bowl inside.

$38 SDF

Nighttime Necessities

Help Samantha get washed up for bed with a china pitcher and bowl and a ladylike lace-edged towel. After she’s all tucked in, read to her from an original edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz—a story that’s still enchanting young girls today!

$18 SDA
2007 ReCode D7971


Extra's and Other Outfits for Dolls
Samantha’s Trunk

You can keep all of Samantha’s Accessories in this elegant Victorian steamer trunk. Covered in gray Cordura with brown, leather-like trim and brass-plated hardware, this exquisite trunk is lined in a burgundy paper with a delicate old-fashioned pattern. Inside are three drawers, a built-in shelf, an oval brass mirror, and three wire hangers. The trunk is big enough for you to keep Samantha in, too, when you finish playing with her. A true heirloom

$175 ST
2007 ReCode F7579

Ribbons for Samantha

Four wide ribbons, one each in checked taffeta, white, black, and pink satin, can be tied into pretty bows for Samantha’s hair.

(added in 1991)
Retired 2007

Samantha’s Shoes & Socks

Includes two pairs of stockings in black and white, a pair of white socks, and black patent shoes with straps that snap closed.

$14 SXOA
(added in 1991)

2007 ReCode D8184

Samantha's Scenes and Settings
SW $50

Play Dress & Pinafore

Samantha dressed like a proper young lady even when she was playing. Her dress of blue and white window pane check had a big yoke and crisp white cuffs. The ruffly play pinafore was supposed to keep the dress clean and the matching hairbow was supposed to stay tied even when she was climbing trees or chasing bratty Eddie Ryland. A pair of white socks is included.

$22 SXO
(outfit added in 1989)

Tea Dress

Samantha practiced her manners during afternoon tea with Grandmary. She tried to act like a proper young lady in her starched white dress with its big detachable Bertha collar trimmed with a rosette and ruffles. It comes with a pink satin hairbow that matches the lovely wide sash and a pair of white socks. Be careful she doesn’t spill tea on such a pretty dress!

$24 SPO
Released 1991
Retired Fall 2007
White Party Slippers

Samantha’s shiny white patent slippers are trimmed with bows that match her tea dress. How Pretty!

(added in 1991)

2007 ReCode D8061
Samantha’s Bathing Costume I

If Samantha wanted to take a dip at Piney Point, she wore a bathing costume that looked a lot like a dress! Double-breasted with polka-dotted trim, Samantha’s two-piece bloomer suit with gathered overskirt comes with matching polka-dotted shoes and a straw hat to shade her face.
In 1904, bathing suits were heavy when wet. So ring buoys, or “life saves,” were not a toy but a necessity! Keep Samantha’s buoy close at hand—just in case!

$28 SLO discontinued
(this outfit was introduced in 1997 as one of the Limited Edition outfits)

Samantha’s Skating Party Dress

Samantha could hardly wait for the skating party she had planned with her friends. And she already knew what she wanted to wear. Samantha’s fancy blue crepe dress has a dropped waist and a French blouson top. A wide satin sash ties in a big bow in back. Fluff Samantha’s hair and pin it back with a matching bow barrette.

$22 SHO discontinued 2004
Samantha’s Winter Party short story $4.95
(outfit and short story added in 1999)

Travel Duster & Hat

Samantha is dressed for adventure in her fashionable duster and hat. Tie her scarf around her neck to keep out the chilly ocean breezes!

$24 STO
Retired 2005

Samantha’s Travel Accessories

Samantha’s diversions on the ship are a stereoscope and pictures. She has a parasol to shade her skin plus a brush and mirror.

$18 STA
(in 2004 the stereoscope and pictures are sold separately for $12 STAS, the parasol is included with the Travel Outfit for $30 STO2, and the brush and mirror are included with Samantha’s Bridesmaid Accessories for $18 SRAW)

Samantha’s Talent Show Dress

Samantha has to look grown-up for the big talent show—after all, she organized it herself! Her elegant rose-colored dress has a lacy yoke and delicate rosettes, and a wide satin ribbon to keep her hair neat.

$26 SJOS
Samantha’s Lawn Party Outfit

Samantha loves to play croquet at Grandmary’s summer lawn parties—she can even play it dressed up in her ruffly dress and fancy hat. Help her hit the ball through the wicket with her mallet. Includes four Samantha trading cards.

$24 SKO
Released Spring 2004
Retired Summer 2007

Samantha’s Party Shoes & Socks

Elegant shoes and matching knee-high socks match Samantha’s Lawn Party Outfit.

Released Spring 2004

Samantha’s Bridesmaid Dress

This lilac and lace gown has a full-length skirt—a rare treat for a girl Samantha’s age. The hat has a pink silk flower to match her bouquet.

$26 SROW
(added in 2004)
Samantha’s Bridesmaid Accessories

This beautiful wedding cake comes with a traditional bride and groom topper. Special slots in the top layer hide six tiny charms on ribbons. Includes a souvenir wedding invitation and a fancy mirror and brush for last-minute primping.

$18 SRAW
(added in 2004)

Samantha’s Holiday Coat

Samantha looks like and angel in this warm velveteen coat with faux-fur trim. Her hat has a matching velveteen band and pretty flowers. Black knitted mittens add a warm touch.

$12 SROC
2007 ReCode F0861
(added in 2004)

Central Park Sleigh & Accessories

This festive sleigh lets Samantha and Nellie glide swiftly over the snow as they huddle under a warm flannel and faux-fur blanket. Sleigh has plush fabric seat, wooden body with metal runners and rails, and a pretty holiday garland. Faux-leather bridle and reins with plastic sleigh poles attach the sleigh to the horse. Jingle bell accents announce their arrival.

$150 SRAS
(added in 2005)

Jip the Dog

Jip is a playful, energetic mixed-breed pup who brings plenty of excitement to Samantha’s life.

$16 SRAA
(added in 2005)

Samantha’s Spring Party Dress

Samantha’s creamy Victorian complexion lights up with this pretty dress. Sprinkled with rosebuds and trimmed with pink piping, the dress is accented by a crossover collar and belt. Comes with a matching hairbow and three paper valentines to share with the special people in her life. Includes a trading card.

$20 SVO
(added in 2005)

Samantha’s 1904 Bathing Dress

In Samantha’s time, bathing suits were for wading, not swimming! Her bathing dress has built-in bloomers and matching tights. The swim bonnet adds a bright touch, and her beach shoes protect her feet from sharp rocks. Includes a Piney Point life preserver, plus a sturdy metal bucket and shovel to make plenty of sand castles. Includes American Girl trading cards.

SYO $24
(added in 2005)

Samantha’s Beach Umbrella

Open this fringed beach umbrella and prop it up close to Samantha to shield her from the sun. W: 23", H: 19".

SYA $16
(added in 2005)

Samantha’s Bicycling Outfit

In the early 1900s, proper young ladies like Samantha chose clothes that would ease their ability to ride a bicycle astride. Her bloomers are perfect for the task. Adding a feminine touch is her diagonal-striped blouse, and removable gaiters protect her shoes and stockings from getting dirty. Includes a straw boater hat trimmed with yellow spring flowers and a brand-new ribbon. Includes trading cards.

$26 SRO
2007 ReCode F3669
(added in 2006)

Samantha’s 3-Wheeled Bicycle

Imagine Samantha’s delight when she discovers Uncle Gard’s old bicycle in the carriage house! Though the metal frame, seat, and rubber tires are still in good shape, Samantha adds a basket and flowers to make it her own. Help her hop on and pedal the free-spinning wheels. Includes trading cards.

$68 SBK
(added in 2006)

Samantha’s Bird-Watching Outfit

Samantha discovers that Piney Point isn’t the only place to enjoy nature. Help her explore her backyard in Mount Bedford in her mauve coat and matching hat. Her binoculars really magnify, so sling them over her shoulder in case she spots a yellow-bellied sapsucker or another one of the birds shown in her set of identification cards.

$28 SASO
(added in 2006)

Samantha's Velvet Dress

"Samantha can’t wait to wear this fine dress when Uncle Gard comes to visit during the holidays. It features a wide scalloped collar, satin trim, and delicate lace at the yoke and sleeves. Samantha wears a fancy ribbon headband in her dark curls for a festive look."

$24 Item# F8465


Books and Extras For Girls

Book Covers Series 4
Paperback book $6.95 / box set $39.95
Hardcover book $12.95 / box set $74.95

Books Cover Series 3
Paperback book $5.95 / box set $34.95
Hardcover book $12.95 / box set $74.95
Story Collection $29.95

2002 Samantha's Blue Bicycle $4.95, 2001 Samantha and the Missing Pearls $3.95,
2000 Samantha Saves the Wedding $3.95, 1999 Samantha's Winter Party $3.95,
2003 Samantha's Special Talent $4.95

Samantha's Short Story Collection
illustrated by Dan Andreasen, Philip Hood, Susan McAliley, and Troy Howell
by Valerie Tripp and Sarah Masters Buckey

This keepsake anthology contains all five of Samantha’s short stories, including: Samantha’s Winter Party, Samantha and the Missing Pearls, Samantha Saves the Wedding, Samantha’s Blue Bicycle, and Samantha’s Special Talent.
Samantha Parkington’s wealthy grandmother is raising her to be a proper young lady. But as America begins a new century, Samantha encounters new ideas that don’t always match Grandmary’s old-fashioned ways. What should Samantha believe? Her adventures strengthen her generous, kind spirit as she dares to make a difference.
The collection includes “Looking Back” essays and a ribbon bookmark.

Hard Cover $12.95
Release August 2006

Oceanliner Adventure

Hard Cover



Welcome To Samantha's World

Samantha: An American Girl Holiday: - Telescript of Samantha’s Movie

Lights, Camera, Samantha!

Samantha: An American Girl Holiday
DVD $19.95
VHS $14.95

Samantha Wedding Memories

Friendship Fun

Samantha's Art Studio

Samantha's Magnetic Mini World

Samantha’s Paper Dolls II


Valentine Crafts

Christmas Crafts

Meet Samantha Poster
$5.95 18x24"

Samantha Frame

Samantha's Cooking Studio

Reading Poster
$5.95 22x34"

Samantha's Cook Book

Craft Book

Paper Doll's I

Theater Kit

Samantha Fashion Studio

Embroidery Sampler $15

Victorian Valentine $16

Samantha’s Patterns $18



Samantha’s Mystery Party
$105 GPKAS

A super birthday party for super sleuths! A mysterious orphan needs serious help. If Samantha and her friends uncover the clues, they could save her from a terrible fate. It’s up to you and your friends to read the secret clues, crack the code, and track down the culprit! This all-in-one mystery party includes the following:
• 1 party-planning guide
• 8 invitations and envelopes

• 1 vinyl tablecloth (W: 54”, L: 108”)
• Plastic stars and dots table confetti
• 2 silver-star waterfall table decorations
• 3 rolls of crepe paper
• 3 sets of hanging paper character stars
• hat box platform
• doll stand
• doll balloon

Place settings
• 8 star placemats
• 8 sets of girl-sized dinner plates, dessert plates, cups, forks, and spoons
• 8 sets of doll-sized round plates, cups, and sporks
• 8 sets of girl-sized napkins and napkin rings (rings double as ponytail holders!)
• 8 sets of doll-sized napkins and napkin rings (rings double as ponytail holders!)

Favors & activities
• 8 sets of favor bags with ribbon handles, tissue, name tags, and sticker sheets
• 10 table talkers featuring trivia questions
• 8 compact mirrors (used to read answers on table talkers)
• 8 copies of The Curse of Ravenscourt: A Samantha Mystery paperback book
• 1 Samantha’s Mystery Party Game
• 1 party memory book

• 8 thank-you postcards


Underwear that comes with the "Meet" outfit and doll.
The lace on Samantha’s Christmas dress was originally a different pattern than on the current dress. The lace on the original dress seemed more delicate and has what collectors refer to as a heart shape pattern. The color of the dress's has changed as well. The first dress simply red.The dress that originally was a red colour is dated 186-1988. The other two versions of the dress aer burgundy one with a heart shape pattern in the lace and the other two having either flowers with stems or flowers without the stems.
From Samantha’s Nature Paraphernalia set the magnifying glass has changed. The handle on the magnifying glass changed from cream colored to black in 1996.