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Adorable Superhero Rag Dolls You’ll Steal From Your Child

June 16, 2016

June 16, 2016

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La Loba Studio makes these wonderful superhero dress-up rag dolls for children. La Loba dolls instill confidence and positive self-esteem in African-American children; after all a superhero can accomplish anything, right? These dolls are handmade in Hungary from cotton, wool felt, and polyfill, and they can be customized. You can add your child’s name which is hand embroidered on the cape, the back of the doll or on its clothing. You can even get extra accessories and outfits like skirts, tops, vests, pajamas, panties, trousers, blankets, pillows, which are available in the La Loba shop.

Superhero Girl DollLa Loba says that rag dolls:

* deserve all your trust and love
* make you laugh whenever
* never judge you
* make you feel safe
* don’t care if you are crazy or quiet
* like you for YOU

The lovely superhero girl doll comes with:
– superhero mask
– supersonic double-sided cape
– supergirl skirt with flower printSuperhero Boy Doll

The lovely superhero boy doll comes with:

– superhero mask
– supersonic double-sided cape
– superhero pants with original African print fabric
– superhero belt

Each doll is made to order and costs between $69-$72 and is available on La Loba Etsy Shop.


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