Do you have a little girl in your life that loves dolls? PenPalGirls dolls are 18″ dolls that represent different countries. The dolls come with a letter written by them to your child, telling her about what country she is from, what she likes to do and what her family is like.
Emma came to our home from the UK. She arrived in a box that looked like an envelope, which I really liked. Super cute and original! Here is what the description on PenPalGirls.com says about Emma:
My name is Emma, I’m a PenPalGirls doll. I reside in the suburbs of London, where my family lives quite pleasantly. From my bedroom window I can see the tops of numerous grand buildings that the city is famous for. Sometimes, when it does not rain too much, I stroll downtown with my puppy Crumpet and gaze at the Eye, the Big Ben, or the Westminster Abbey. Recently, I attended the glorious Royal Wedding with my family and dreamed to wear the bride’s royal gown.
Emma is a standard 18 inch doll which means clothes that you have for other 18 inch dolls will fit her. She comes in an adorable purple and black striped heart dress. My favorite part about her are the shoes. I don’t think I’ve ever seen sparkling purple bow doll shoes before!
PenPalGirls has doll makers that dream up clothing and doll accessories that will not only fit their dolls but will also fit other dolls like American Girl® (Mattel®), Favorite Friends (Madame Alexander®), Our Generation® (Target®), Journey Girls (Toys R Us®), Carpatina Dolls and other 18-inch dolls. Almost all 18 inch sized dolls fit into their doll clothes. My favorite clothing item that they make is the Pink Sparkles dress. It looks like a dress that a little girl would love to wear! I also adore the faux leather boots that they have for the dolls! I’ve never seen doll clothes like these before & I love them! There is even dim sum for the dolls to play with, how fantastic is that?
On the PenPalGirls site, you can find some games to play, coloring pages to print, “fly” to different parts of the world to learn about that region and your daughter can even write to a penpal (one of the dolls or they can choose a real girl!). You can find out more about PenPalGirls on their site, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Youtube.
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