First the 'fluttering wings' feature is a waste. You press a button on a leaf on the flower base, and Silvermist's wings will move a couple of millimetres forward and back until you let go of the button. If anything, it looks like they're trembling rather than fluttering. It's funny hearing the little motor inside, working loudly to get this tiny movement out of them. Other than that feature, Silvermist can't do anything else. You can't even move her arms or legs. The 'fluttering' is the sole selling point of the figure. The wings are the usual thin plastic that all the pixie dolls have (Disney, please step it up a little here and stop using the plastic used on school notebook binders covers), and can easily be damaged. Silvermist can come out of the flower base, but you'll have to really yank her out. She also comes with this cheap bracelet with a fairy charm that your child can wear. The charm hooks onto one of the holes in it...and can't be fastened, so it'll fall out after a few minutes. Great design choices all around
This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old.