I know I talk sometimes about unique dolls. I am fascinated with them & of course am a kid at heart.
The first post I did was on the Enchanted Dolls. I did that after seeing Tree Change Dolls & a few other unique dolls on my friends & other people’s social media feeds.
As I was browsing Etsy one day, I found some really cute ones that struck me.
I wasn’t even looking under something obvious like “made under dolls” or reborn dolls, I happened to find these just doing a search of transplant gifts.
What I found were True Jewels Dolls.
Angela Palmer makes & sells these (along with her daughter) to raise money for her niece’s lung transplant.
Her niece is 30 & has Cystic Fibrosis & there’s a link to the GoFundMe page from the Etsy store.
But I just thought this was a very cute, & very awesome & creative way to raise funds.
The dolls also come wrapped, so they are nice if someone is giving it to someone as a gift after a transplant or just in general, they don’t have to worry about dust or exposure.
After even a bit more research, I found her Twitter handle, which has a timeline of both past & present dolls.
Some of these are so very adorable. They even sell accessories & clothes for the dolls too.
I thought it was something unique to share & pass along in the hopes of raising more sales but also in sharing enjoyment of these cute works of art.
Like the Enchanted Dolls I have a hard time picking just one favorite, but there are a few here amongst the True Jewels Dolls in the current Etsy store that definitely stand out to me.
So now you know why I had to adopt Hope. She was just too adorable to resist.
I also gave one to one of my transplant buddies as a pick me up during a bump in her recovery.
(Photo Credit: The photo as the featured image in this blog entry was taken from a listing in the True Jewels Dolls Etsy store)
SO cute. Great review, too. Hope they’ll switch over from GoFundMe someday!
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Agree but they are in Canada so not sure what other options there are for them.
Just so people know does HHL service Canada too or is it just the states?