If it’s something that I’m feeling really bad about at the moment, then it’s not finding the time sharing all the dolls I made in the last months here on the blog. Shame on me …

I promise to be better, because there are so many new dolls (and repaired dolls), which do finally desererve their own sport on the blog.

The beginning and a sign of my good will and intentions therefore today will be “Laini”:

Puppen Minzling Laini

Mintling doll “Laini”

This little mintling girl was a special custom request.
Therefore, she has also got this very special hair from cuddly soft teaswater locks.
(I have already explained in this blog post how I incorporate such hair into the dolls wig.)

Puppen Minzling Laini

Laini is, like all my Mintlings, only 15 cm small.

Puppen Minzling Laini

She has a soft body made of lime green fabric filled with sheep’s wool. Her face and hands are covered with skin-colored tricot fabric.

Puppen Minzling Laini

The brown eyes and the pink mouth were carefully embroidered by me.
In addition, Laini wears a forestgreen hand-knitted wool scarf, which of course can also be removed.

Puppen Minzling Laini

The mintlings hands are designed to be slightly larger, so the child has something to hold on while exploring and going on adventures with this new little friend…

Puppen Minzling Laini

Due to their size, mintlings are very light and handy to fit in every pocket. They are ideal companions to  take along.

Mintling Dress

Puppen Minzling Laini

Laini is the first Minzling to whom I also tailored clothes. Although they are always dress due to the velours body but having a dress in addtion is still always a nice extra.

Puppen Minzling Laini

So I have drafted and then sewn a special dress in mintling size, closing at the shoulders with two snaps.

Puppen Minzling Laini

Since it is a reversible dress, you get two dresses in one and Laini can wear showing any side of it.

Puppen Minzling Laini

It is a classic apron dress, so it goes up on the back crossing sides.

Puppen Minzling Laini
By the way, there will soon be new mintlings listed as well as their clothes to go along with. The dresses will be up for order separately depending on your color preference.

Puppen Minzling Laini

Btw Laini has arrived well in her new home by now.

She is just one of many dolls who have recently left the RoseaMint dollstudio to embark upon new adventures anywhere in the world.

Puppen Minzling Laini

If I manage to stick to my good intentions, I’ll soon introduce the next doll here…
;)

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It already has been over a week now since I set my sails for the adventure of attending a weekend of doll making galore at the

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

 

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018This international Waldorf Doll Seminar is held every two years and this year’s was the second of its kind.

The idea sprung from the days of the guild system, when the members of the dollmakers’ guild in the Netherlands and Belgium came together twice a year to attend workshops and to learn new techniques from each other. Also connected to the event at that time there was a large textile market, where everything concerning dollmaking was offered. Since this dutch guild does not exist anymore, the idea arose to install a similar event nowadays and to include dollmakers from different countries.

Thus, the European Waldorf Doll Seminar was launched and from now on would be held every two years. Each event has its own main theme and this year’s was “Refining your doll making skills”.
In order to meet the great demand and to give everyone interested an opportunity to participate in the workshops, the seminar this year should take place on two consecutive weekends in May and June.

Two years ago I sadly was not able to travel being very pregnant, so I quickly knew that I surely did not want to miss this year’s opportunity to attend… And I was lucky enough to secure a seat attending two of the many highly requested workshops offered on the first weekend.

 

The Event

Kamrin and Berend te Kronnie from Kamrin’s Poppenatelier have launched the International Waldorf Doll Seminar – thank you very much for all your work and efforts bringing dollmakers and dollenthusiasts from all over the world together. You have been truly wonderful hosts!

Like last time this year’s Waldorf Doll Seminar was also held at the Hotel & Congrescentrum Mennorode in Elspeet. The idyllically located conference hotel was the perfect location for such a big event with over 100 dollmakers from all over the world attending.

Many participants, especially those traveling there from farther away, already arrived in Elspeet on Thursday, because the workshops started right after the welcoming speech on Friday morning.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

On the first seminar days morning slowly all the participants and tutors made it to the big conference hall. What a special moment – many of whome finally meeting for the first time, maybe after having known each other online for quite some time and right away hugging and giggling together like old friends. Others finally meeting each other again after as long as two years. All connected through the wonderful bond being the love for dolls and dollmaking…

After the welcoming speech, the participants gathered around their respective tutors for their first workshop and from there went to their dollmaking classes together.
In the hotel side building “Grote Zaal” most of the workshops took place. Some however, were held in separate seminar rooms and also in the main building.


Busy bustle and diligent work of the various groups at the respective workshop tables.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

Some dollmakers and doll lovers also arrived accompanied by their latest or favorite dolls. These then were passed around and of course curiously and expertly appraised by the others: lifting little doll dresses, inspecting seams, checking the firmness of the limbs, just to finally … lovingly patting the little head and hugging the dolly – probably like only a dollmaker will do. ;)

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
After a long days workshop with a lot of input, every night after dinner the dollmakers from all over the world gathered in the hotels garden taking a seat at the lounging area made out of bales of straw.
Meeting old friends, making new ones and getting to know each other better. And there was a lot of expert talk – in different languages and sometimes using hands and feet to articulate (“Do you speak doll ?!”). On this mild may spring evenings many lingered, felting or crocheting (some tutors delegated “homework” for their students) under a starry sky until late into the night, while chatting about dolls and life, drinking and laughing together …

In addition to the workshops, there were also some other interesting activities planned:
For example, Sabine of “Bienchen & Blümchen” organized a grab bag for all participants to take part in. Meaning one could bring a small gift (related to doll making) so this gifts acquired could be exchanged by chance among the participants later on. And there were indeed little treasures gifted; like pretty crocheted pincushions, tiny dolls shoes made from fine leather or antique fabrics and vintage lace. All things pretty and nice to delight a dollmaker’s heart.
Also on Friday evening, a wonderful doll play by Ineke Gray(Petit Amsterdam) titled “Flower Market” took place in the Great Hall.
And finally, on Saturday evening, Maike Cölle of feinslieb gave a lecture on the important subject of toy safety and CE. Thus completing the already versatile seminars programme perfectly…


…So true.

 

The Workshops

Many of the most talented and sought after dollmakers had agreed to lead workshops and share their knowledge at the seminar.

The workshops held were correspondingly themed – ranging from classes on making a classic Waldorf doll or artful hair embroidery to currently popular techniques such as weft making and face sculpting. So regardless the level of dollmaking skills and knowledge there was a suitable workshop for everyone.

This years teachers and workshops were:

Maria Asenova von MaRiAs Nature Toys:
Long doll making workshop
&  Crocheting a doll wig

Maureen Broeder von Poppenliefde:
Create a complete 10” doll with Poppenliefde

Daria Gosset von Petit Gosset:
A 2-Day Advanced Head-Sculpting Workshop
& An Advanced Workshop on Doll Shoe-Making

Ineke Gray von Petit Amsterdam:
Creating a 30 cm doll

Meglena Jézéquel von North Coast Dolls:
Two-day advanced doll making workshop to create a 12” doll

Agnieszka Nowak von Lalinda:
Creating a mini baby doll
& Artistic eyes embroidery
& Doll hair embroidery

Fabiola Perez-Sitko von Fig & Me:
Long dollmaking workshop. Create a doll with Fig and Me
& Advanced Workshop on Stuffing
& Advanced Workshop on Needle-felting a doll’s head

Olga Piasetska von Genuine Dolls:
Small traditional doll in a pocket size (20 cm)
& Traditional doll size 38-40 cm

Elena Pogoraeva von Atelier Lavendel:
Creating a Waldorf Inspired Doll, Classic Style, approx. 40 cm
& Creating a Teddy Bear, Miniature Classic Style

Dorota Strzebonska von Mum & Dot:
Face sculpting
& Processing suri alpaca fiber & Sewing wefts
& Dressmaking with Liberty of London fabrics

The tutors did a tremendous great job as well. If asking the students attending the various workshops,  they solely spoke words of praise about their teachers. With smiling eyes beaming and contagious passion and enthusiasm, they were describing the qualities of their tutor and workshop in detail.
The work and dolls created at the end of the workshops were also proof of this high level and quality.

 

My “North Coast Dolls” Workshop attendance

The first workshop I attended this weekend was the “Advanced Dollmaking Workshop” by North Coast Dolls. Meaning the incredibly talented and kind Meglena Jézéquel would be my tutor for two days.
I could hardly wait to learn from one of my idols, hopefully ending up creating a similarly beautiful doll just like hers are.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
Meglenas’ North Coast Doll “Colombe” patiently modeled throughout the workshop.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
Dollmaking magic happened at this tables.


Not only her dolls show Meglena’s love and passion for what she does -it is noticeable in every detail.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
A particularly nice surprise were the envelopes containing cute little doll dresses, which every NCD workshop participant received one of as a gift. So none of the dolls had to go home naked afterwards! ;)

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
There were also adorable woolen socks and dresses (hand-knitted by Meglenas mom) for the dolls.

Each student also got a detailed written instruction with all patterns, in order to be able to deepen the knowledge gathered.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
This wire armature, forming the doll’s neck like a “backbone” also makes the dolls head poseable.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
To me it’s still almost like working magic when slowly a doll personality starts emerging from simply wool with only the help of a felting needle and patience…


Meglena has been an excellent teacher – just the right combination of indulgent patience and demanding trust in ones skills. ;)
She patiently explained and guided us through the whole process of her way of dollmaking. Sometimes explaining the same step for the fifth time in a row if necessary with still seemingly infinite patience. Meglena provided assistance where necessary only to shortly after giving room for us to learn through our own actions. She was always well prepared for every upcoming eventuality (with a seemingly inexhaustible replacement of material when needed). Always standing by our side, still teaching even far beyond the official class hours.
The entire workshop was very well structured, her instructions precise and her doll making knowledge extensive. Allowing us to trust in our hands work through her guidance, growing and refining our own dollmaking skills.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
An important step: embroidery of the eyes.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
During the workshop Meglena also showed and explained popular techniques, such as weft making or the rolling wool method for achieving rockhard doll limbs, along with other valuable tips that were passed on to us.

However, it quickly became obvious that it would be a difficult task finishing the dolls completely in time. So on the last day of the workshop we decided to extend the course hours ending from 5 to after 9 pm. And our amazing tutor Meglena also took her time to guide us on beyond the official time.

Thank you Meglena, for your inexhaustible patience with us and for sharing so much of your dollmaking knowledge! I am trouly blessed and thankful for meeting you and that you took the time teaching us.

So finally each of us students could actually take their finished doll home, being the result of two days of extensive doll making – mostly consisting of sewing, embroidery, stuffing, sweating (we had the “best weather” possible that weekend with up to 86°F), between murmured swear words followed by relieved laughter, chattering, giggling and talking all things doll,…
In the end, we all were more than satisfied with the outcome:

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
Meglenas redhead “Colombe” sitting among three dolls made by her students.

 

So here ist the 12” doll I made with Meglenas guidance during the “North Coast Dolls” workshop:

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

She has a sculpted face, brown hair of goat weft and very firmly stuffed limbs using the rolling wool technique.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

Psst,… She told me her name is “Emilia“.
:)

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

 

Textile Market

In addition to all the workshops, the textile market took place on Saturday offering all things dollmaking. The seminar participants also had the opportunity to sell their own hand-made goods and dolls there.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
There were gorgeous christening robes, antique lace, ribbons, braids, threads, wool, buttons …

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018
… and so much more causing a sewists heart beat faster.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

There also was a large selection of fabrics from Liberty of London at the “Provence” booth.

Of course Kamrin’s Poppenatelier had a booth, where you could get all the essentials for dollmaking.
And Fig&me Fabiola’s husband had a small booth where you could buy the Magic Wool Wands.

I am sure many participants afterwards wondered about their suitcase suddenly being a whole lot heavier than on the arrival… ;)

 

“Mum & Dot” Workshop

My second workshop of this seminar weekend was “Dressmaking with Liberty of London Fabric” by Dorota Strzebonska of Mum & Dot, which took place on Sunday morning.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

From nine to twelve o’clock we were tracing patterns, sewing, ruffeling and ironing.
Although there was a bit of delay at the beginning until everyone got their machines set up, but soon each of us eight students (btw none of whom had accidentally picked the same fabric twice for their dress on the textile market!) had started sewing a cute little dress under Dorota’s excellent guidance.
It also was nice to hear Dorota chat about her journey into dollmaking and to be able to ask various doll-related questions.

Unfortunately, the workshops time was not quite long enough, so at the end Dorota instructed us without further ado but quite wonderfully detailed, so that everyone would be able finish their dress later at home.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

On top of that I was able to take some very valuable sewing tips along with me from this workshop.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

The finished dress – thanks to Dorota’s instructions, this was no problem.

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

The dress by the way has the perfect size for Emilia. So she did not miss out on the opportunity to model it here … ;)

 

&

Last but not least greetings and thanks finally go out to all the wonderful women from all over the world, who together have shared and celebrated their love and passion for doll making this weekend!

Thanks to this event I have finally been able to meet so many fine colleagues, which up to this point I only have known online. Including the women behind handmade(-doll) labels such as Feinslieb, Loulabee, Puppenmacherei, Frau Göllner, Bienchen & Blümchen, Ollebolenmuis, Waldorf Doll Shop, brudusmidjan, More than Somewhat, la.tete.a.tokyo, stoffolidolls, … to only name a few. :)

 

It was a very enriching and somehow magical event and I’m truly grateful to have been able to attend and becoming a small part of it, too – and for sure this certainly has not been my last time.

So here’s to until we hopefully meet (again) in two years time at the next
European Waldorf Doll Seminar” …

European Waldorf Doll Seminar 2018

 

Also: Go check out even more photos and a great blogpost about the “European Waldorf Seminar” by Maike Cölle on her Feinslieb Blog here!

 


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Dollmaking is my Happyplace.

Puppen Wangenrot

Puppen RosaMinze Stempel

 

My Illustrations

Puppen Illustration

I also keep working on some illustrations and top secret projects. ;)

 

Rouge Kit

Every one of my doll travels with one of these rouge kits.

Puppen Wangenrot

Puppen Wangenrot

Puppen Wangenrot

 

And they arrive in their very own doll package.

Puppen Karton

Work in Progress

 

Puppen

Puppen

 

Puppen

 

Puppen Insta Daily

Spots for custom dolls are available again in september.

Puppen Minzling Laini

 

Shop

Some ready made dolls are now available in my Shop!

Puppen

Some go while others come…

Puppen Insta Daily

Puppen Insta Daily

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The end of last year I got a very special request for a custom doll
from Kathrin of www.kaffeepause.shop – I should sew a doll after one of her drawings:

Arzt Puppe

Since I love a challenge I gladly took the order for this one.

The doll doctor is a Minipüppi about 25 to 30 cm tall.
I also tweaked my doll pattern around a little bit so she could be sitting by herself.

Arzt Puppe

 

Arzt Puppe

 

Arzt Puppe

 

Arzt Puppe

The first version had a higher hairline, but after checking with Kathrin, we decided to lower the hairline a bit so the forhead would not be that prominent.

And finally I did it – this special custom doll was all ready to go home:

 

Arzt Puppe

 

I am so incredibly greateful to be able to work on special custom orders like this one was.

Also I am so trouly thankful for my dear customers who always support and believe in my creative work –  Thank you!

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Miss “Rose Mint” likes to wish you a…

Ausmalbild Ostern Illustration Ei Ostern Hase Bunny Postkarte
… “Happy Easter Holiday!”

 

Coloring Page Easter Doll

So here is my easter surprise for you: a freebie coloring page of Miss Rose Mint Doll.

Download PDF Easter Coloring Page:  “Frohe Ostern”

Ausmalbild Ostern

& Freebie Easter Cards

Download PDF Card: Easter Greetings “Frohe Ostern”

Ausmalbild Ostern Karten

Easter Card
& Postcard: [Colored]
| [Color in]

(Choose printer setting accordingyl to print on both sides of a sheet of paper.)
For personal use only!

 

I hope you have fun printing, coloring in … and going on an egg hunt.
Happy Easter to you! ;)


PS:
I am on spring holiday until April 9th…

Ausmalbild Ostern Postkarte

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Ohoh, it seems to me the year has just begun – And yet spring is here already.
I hear the birds chirping, flowers blooming and the easter bunny is already hopping our way.

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

Paper Dolls & Bunnies

At our house Easter is mostly a family come together. There is an extensive Easter brunch with lots of food, fun and laughter – and with all the treats the heart desires.
The children look for hidden easter eggs and baskets in the garden and get excited about one or the other little present.
But it does not have to be just sweets and chocolate. No, instead small books or something simple for crafting can be a fun gift from Mr Easter bunny, too.
At least one can enjoy it longer than a chocolate bar lasts. ;)

Not so long ago I was in search for something I remembered vividly from my own childhood.
Growing up as kids we used to play with sets of paper dolls at such family meet up occasions when sitting at the kids table (after brunch was quickly over for us kids).
But since I did not find anything that I liked and what merely resembled anything as I recall it from my childhood. I took the time and draw some waldorf doll inspired classic dolls on paper myself. Along with lots of matching wardrobe items of course.
And finally I create a digital file for printing out of my drawings. (I already blogged about this once here.)

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

By now everyone can buy my paper dolls as a PDF set for printing at home, they are up here on my Etsy shop.

With the 7-page PDF file you will get a short instruction guide, eight different dolls
along with 4 sheets of different outfits and accessories for the paper dolls.

 

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

Big and small children will enjoy this alike. A perfect activity on a nice Easter afternoon, busy kids with nothing but the paper dolls, pens and scissors.

These paper dolls are ideal for crafting and playing – As a nice little easter gift or as an activity for a rainy afternoon …

 

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

Paper Dolls: Print, Color & Cut

The file can be easily printed at home, preferably on thicker paper.
You can color to your own imagination, then cut them all out and be busy dressing up the dolls over and over again.

The paper dolls can even be printed on magnetic paper and then played with on a refrigerator or other magnetic surfaces.

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

Giveaway

And since Easter is right around the corner, I will give away one of two Paper Dolls Set to a lucky winner.

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

Giveaway!

Win* one of two digital PDF Files with the complete “Paper Dolls” Set:

1. Follow RoseMint Dolls on Facebook and/or Instagram and like/share this Give Away.

2. Then Comment  (here or on Facebook or Instagram), for whom you would like to win a Paper Doll Set. :)

Each post counts as one entry in the draw, and you can enter once on each channel.

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

You can participate until 30th of March 2018 (midnight german time)!

Both lucky winners will be randomly drawn from all entries on the 31th of March 2018 and will be informed via E-Mail.

Please make sure your mailbox is not full and you have installed the free the Adobe Reader for printing out the file (www.adobe.com) beforehand.

Good luck!

Anziehpuppen Papier Puppen

* Zu gewinnen gibt es je eines von zwei zur Verlosung stehenden Paper Doll Sets, bestehend aus einer 7-seitigen digitalen PDF Datei. 
Es wird kein physikalisches Produkt verschickt. Nicht enthalten ist daher auf den Fotos oben abgebildetes Zubehör wie Stifte, Schere, usw.
Die gewonnene Datei wird per E-Mail versandt.
Bitte beachtet, dass bei diesem Gewinnspiel eine Mehrfachteilnahme und automatisierte Masseneintragung ausgeschlossen ist.
Der Versand kann nur an gültige E-Mailadressen erfolgen. Bitte sorgt selbst dafür, dass ihr genügend freien Speicherplatz im Postfach habt.
Sollte eine E-Mail unzustellbar sein, verfällt der Gewinn und es wird ein weitere Gewinner ausgelost.
Eine Auszahlung in bar ist nicht möglich und der Rechtsweg ist ausgeschlossen. 

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Die Entdeckung der Leidenschaft für die Puppenmacherei habe ich letztlich meinen Kindern zu verdanken. Obwohl ich vorher schon Puppen gemacht habe, so habe ich doch mit dem Nähen der ersten Puppe für mein eigenes Kind erst ganz die Liebe, Beduetung und Leidenschaft zu diesem Handwerk erlebt und dann während meiner Elternzeit die Selbstständigkeit damit gewagt.
Und immer wieder mache ich Puppen vor allem für meine eigenen Kinder.

So gibt es seit Ende letzens Jahres nun auch diese lustigen Gesellen, welche nur meiner eigenen Kinder wegen entstanden sind.

Im Dezember, als schließlich alle Wunschpuppenaufträge erfüllt waren,
konnte ich nämlich endlich einen Puppentyp nähen, den ich schon geraume Zeit im Kopf hatte… :
MinzelinchenEine Schmunzelpuppe.

Die Inspiration dazu gab mir vor allem der ältere kleine Sohn:
Mit vier lebt man schon das volle emotionale Spektrum. Alle Gefühle können (manchmal während nur einer halben Stunde;> ) durchlebt werden. Dazu gehört nicht nur Freude, sondern natürlich auch Ärger, Wut, Trauer oder Angst. Es gibt also Tage, an denen nicht nur die Sonne scheint, an denen vielmehr Regenwolken um den Kopf kreisen. Natürlich haben auch diese Momente ihre Berechtigung. Wüssten wir doch die fröhlichen, heiteren Stunden ohne die dunklen nicht so zu schätzen…
Trotzdem wollte ich schon lange eine Puppe machen, die in genau solchen Momenten trösten und vor allem aufmuntern könnte.

Es sollte vom Grundwesen her eine fröhliche Puppe sein, welche schon beim Anblick gute Laune macht und die dunklen Tage mit einem Lächeln erhellt. Gleichzeitig sollte sie auch kuschelig und anschmiegsam sein. Wie ein richtig guter Tröster und Freudebringer eben…

Minzelinchen

Mit diesen Gedanken setzte ich mich, wie ich es immer tue, wenn ich eine neue Puppe ins Leben bringen will, an meinen Zeichentisch und macht einen ersten Entwurf.  Nach einigen weiteren Entwürfen, vielen genähten Probestücken und weiterer notwendigen Vorarbeiten wie unliebsamem Papierkram und diverser Tests… ist schließlich das erste Minzelinchen für meinen Vierjährigen entstanden.

Minzelinchen

Sein Minzelinchen hat braunes Haar und trägt den Namen “Jumi”.
Minzelinchen Jumi hat einen eigenen besonderen Platz in seinem Kinderzimmer bekommen und ist immer für ihn da, wenn er Aufmunterung oder Trost braucht. Man muss Jumi nur ansehen und bekommt gleich bessere Laune.
Inzwischen hat Jumi schon so oft Trost schenken und aufmuntern dürfen.
Seit unsere Rosa ja nicht mehr da war, hatte der Sohn seine Aufmerksamkeit auf andere Puppen und Teddys verteilt. Aber nun muss Jumi überall dabei sein und spätestens Abends zur Gute-Nacht-Geschichte und zum Kuscheln auch mit ins Bett.

Minzelinchen
Jumi ist ihm mittlerweile verlässlicher Begleiter und Freund geworden…

 

Minzelinchen

Minzelinchen

Aber damit auch andere Kinder die Freude an den Minzelinchen teilen können, sind einige von ihnen gleich in den Shop gewandert und warten dort geduldig auf eine Puppenmama oder Puppenpapa…

Diese Schmunzelpuppen haben alle die gleichen Grundzüge und doch jeder für sich individuell verschieden. So haben sie z.B. alle unterschiedliche Nickistoffkörperfarben und Haare.

Minzelinchen

“Jano” und “Marta” wären noch zu haben – Es würde mich sehr freuen, wenn auch diese Herzenspuppen ein liebevolles neues zu Hause finden würden, wo sie gebraucht und geliebt werden.
;)

Minzelinchen

Die Minzelinchen sind 35 cm groß und haben mit gereinigter Bio-Schafwolle gefüllte weiche Körper aus Bio-Nickistoff.

Minzelinchen

Das Gesicht ist mit Stickgarn sorgfältig aufgestickt mit einem rosafarben schmunzelnden Mund und verschmitzten Augen. Zudem haben sie kleine Ohren um damit den den Sorgen, Nöten aber auch fröhlichen Geschichten zu zuhören.

 

Minzelinchen

Die Wangen sind mit roter Bienenwachskreide eingefärbt.
Gesicht, Hände und Füße sind mit hochwertigem Schweizer Trikotstoff in Hauthellfarben bezogen.

Minzelinchen

Minzelinchen haben Haar aus weicher Mohairwolle.
Es kann frisiert und je nach Haarlänge zu Zöpfchen gebunden werden.
Das Haar lässt sich auch einfach mit den Fingern oder einer weichen Babybürste kämmen.

Minzelinchen

Die Körperteile sind mit einem besonders reißfestem Garn zusammengenäht

Minzelinchen

Alle Minzelinchen haben einen handgestrickten weißen Wollschal um, der sich abnehmen lässt.

Minzelinchen

Und auch wenn ich selbst sie so “pur” am liebsten mag, können Minzelinchen natürlich auch Kleidung in der entsprechenden Größe tragen.
Diese kann optional selbst genäht/gestrickt oder einfach gleich mitbestellt werden.

Minzelinchen

Zwei Minzelinchen sind also noch im Shop bzw. bei DaWanda erhältlich
und freuen sich, wenn auch sie schnell adoptiert werden würden…!

 

Minzelinchen

RosaMinze Puppen werden von Hand und mit großer Aufmerksamkeit aus natürlichen Materialien und nach eigenen Entwürfen hergestellt.
Alle Puppen und ihre Kleidung können von Hand mit lauwarmem Wasser und einem milden (Woll-)Waschmittel gereinigt werden.
Aufgrund verschluckbarer Kleinteile und langer Haare nicht für Kinder unter drei Jahren geeignet!

RosaMinze Puppen werden nach der europäischen Spielzeugrichtlinie 2009/48 in Verbindung mit der Spielzeugnorm EN 71 Teil 1-3 hergestellt. Diese Herstellungsweise gewährt einen gleichbleibend hohen Sicherheitsstandard und die Verwendung schadstoffgeprüfter zertifizierter Materialien.
Die von mir verwandten Stoffe sind sorgfältig ausgesucht und Ökotex 100 oder GOTS-zertifiziert.

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