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Win a Handmade Doll From HandCrafting Justice

Handcrafted Fair Trade Reversible Dolls

Last Christmas, when Baby Diva opened this gift from her great grandmother, I just gasped! Little Red Riding Hood is so beautifully handcrafted and I adore how she helps tell a favorite fairy tale.

This doll is part of a collection of reversible dolls, also known as topsy turvy dolls, that turn into other characters when you turn them around. Turn Red Riding Hood upside down and she becomes Grandma. Spin Grandma around, and she is the wolf.

When I found out that she is part of HandCrafting Justice, a project of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd promoting economic independence for women in the developing world, I knew I had to share these wonderful handmade items with our readers.

These twelve inch cloth dolls are handmade in Thailand at a fair wage and tested to the highest safety standards in Britain–and they are fabulously fun for play, too!

Purchase from HandCrafting Justice

The Little Red Riding Hood Reversible Doll ($25), a lovely selection of other handmade toys, clothes and accessories, and other gifts are available at HandCrafting Justice.

Win a Little Red Riding Hood Reversible Doll

HandCrafting Justice is kind enough one of their Handmade Little Red Riding Hood Reversible Dolls to a lucky Mamanista reader as part of the 12 Days of Giveaways. To enter for a chance to win, you must complete both of these steps:

  1. Share: Click here to find out how to share the fun. You only have to share the 12 Days of Giveaways once to be able to enter any or all of the twelve contests–you do not need to be a blogger to play! Just remember to visit again to comment on the giveaway posts individually.
  2. Leave a Comment: Check out the selection of toys at HandCrafting Justice and leave a comment on this post telling us your favorite (besides Little Red Riding Hood). Remember to leave a valid e-mail or URL where we can reach you (OR use a nickname and then let us know). Complete both steps by Thursday, December 6, at 11:59 PM EST and you’ll be entered for your chance to win this prize!

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81 Responses to "Win a Handmade Doll From HandCrafting Justice"

  1. Babystepper says:

    My daughter would love the Red Riding Hood doll. That was her first Halloween costume, too.

  2. Adena says:

    My favorite toy has got to be the Learning Clown. But I gotta tell…thanks for promoting such an awesome site. I got carried away and starting checking out everything else they offer…the pottery and handbags are gorgeous as well!!

  3. barb says:

    the noah’s ark is so cute!

  4. Jennifer P says:

    I like the Cinderella doll.

  5. Ryan and Vanessa says:

    How can I pick just one? Love the Noah’s Ark, the clock, My Book of Learning, the Car Tooth Fairy Pillow, and the Doctor’s kit.

  6. deelong says:

    The puppets are realy neat, THEY WOULD be fun for lots of play. I LIKE THAT THEY HAVE LEGS AND ARE STILL HAND PUPETS. I love those ash figurines too.

  7. Sunshinemama says:

    I like the picninc basket

  8. Rebecca says:

    I like the counting clock.

  9. frannie says:

    my husband is from Thailand– I love the hmong circus! that would be a great way to help teach my son about his heritage.

  10. Jcollaird at aol dot com says:

    I love the nativity stocking

  11. caseykelp says:

    They all are cute. But my faves would be Doctor’s Kit and Humpty Dumpty.

  12. Karina says:

    i love animals in a basket, animal hand pappet and red riding hood

  13. nicole says:

    I had a handmade Red Riding Hood one when I was a child. My kids still play with it at Grammy and Papa’s house. I like all the reversible dolls and the Quechea dolls also.

  14. mmc67 says:

    I love the Noah’s Ark

  15. Sandy says:

    I like the Reversible Cinderella Doll.

  16. lusciousnis says:

    I adore reversible Cinderella! What a clever toy!

  17. cpom says:

    I love the Reversible Cinderella Doll.

  18. jennifer57 says:

    reversible dolls? wow! What a great idea! I wouldn’t have ever thought of that. I would love to win this for my daughter! I’m sure she would just love it!
    Besides little red riding hood…my other favorites are the doctor kit & noahs ark.
    The ABC wall hanging item I actually have! Mind came as a kit and I had to sew all the letters on and cut out all the pieces, sew them together and put a tiny bit of stuffing into each one to give it some shape. It’s a really cool item and it helped tremendously with my youngest prior to starting kindergarten. ;)

  19. marshwins says:

    How adorable!!!!!

  20. cute says:

    pineapple toy

  21. Naomi says:

    Hey- I am apparently your winner but I don’t think you got my email reply to yours… apparently my ISP reads as junk mail to a lot of servers…

    email superdumb @ cox. net

  22. Julie says:

    My learning clown doll, i had one when i was little!

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