Handmade Custom Little Girl Friend Doll

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This listing is for one Custom Little Girl Friend. You can choose the skin tone, hair color/style, hat or headband, and glasses if you wish.

*Fabric styles for the dress and scarf are constantly rotating in and out of stock. Once you purchase the listing, I can show you the different styles I have available. Stripes, floral, polka dots, and velour are constant themes in stock. If you are not happy with what is in stock, I will gladly issue an immediate full refund.

*Striped soft knit scarf material is on back order but should arrive soon.

There are 5 skin tones to choose. Peach, Mocha, Dark Brown Lt. Tan, and Golden Peach. These dolls in the photographs are examples of my past custom orders.

Each doll measures 7 inches with the little black shoes.

Once we are on the same page for your doll, I will take 3 days or less to complete your doll. I will send you the pictures of your finished doll prior to shipment. If you are not happy, I will refund your money and relist the doll into the shop.

Common sense adult supervision is recommended while playing with every one of my toys, but Little Girl Friends would be better suited for an older child. Though securely stitched, they do have bits that can be chewed and eventually swallowed. Please do not leave Little Girl Friends in a crib. They are not intended to be a toys for any child who still mouths toys or puts items in their mouth or children under 3. ;)

Shipping is First Class Parcel Postage. Signature confirmation and shipping insurance are available upon request. Please contact me if you wish to have these options added to your order, and I will send you a revised invoice.

Each doll is shipped in a secure padded envelope. I use the PayPal shipping method in order to utilize the Delivery Confirmation option.

Please see my store policy regarding refunds for lost or damaged packages. This is located in my Profile section.

This is my original design. Copyright Denise Mollison, 2008.

Thanks for looking.