It’s an unfortunate facet of mainstream culture in Australia that walking into a toy store usually results in a wall of Caucasian dollies with only the occasional exception. One of many things that I love about the handmade community is the diversity and uniqueness of each creation. So today I thought I’d share some of my favourite multicultural dolls, in all their resplendent glory.
After trekking across the city, I did indeed discover a couple of local toy stores that embrace cultural diversity such as K & K Creative Toys. I also love to shop at online stores such as Educational Experience and Windmill Educational Toys. Do you make multicultural dolls? Tell us about it in the comments section!
- Handmade Little Sunshine Dolls by Cuckoo for Coco
- Frida Handmade Doll by Raplapla
- Custom Waldorf Style Doll by Prudence
- Waldorf Doll by Little Jenny Wren Dolls
- Kim Sunshine Doll by Viola Studio
- My Teeny-Tiny Dolly by Cook You Some Noodles
- African American Doll by Snippet Fairy
- Mini Betty Doll by Eclectic Critters
- Eco Friendly Macy Doll by Evie & Henry
- Pretty African American Rag Doll by Lybo
- Robin Crocheted Doll by Sweet Dolls
- Multicultural Rag Dolls by Sophie & Lili