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Tag Archives: Dolls
The bear is almost a metre high. I wonder if it’s too big for little kids. Might scare them or thrill them to bits. Eager for when my nieces are old enough for dolls. And I’ve aways found it so … Continue reading
It had been some time since our last visit to this mainly collectible toy flea market at China Square. You can read about my last visit here, but this time I took a lot more photos. Lets do a walk … Continue reading
A classic doll from the 60’s and 70’s. When I was small I was fascinated by dollies especially those which has eyes that could open and shut and the baby ones that could ‘drink milk’ from a bottle. These days … Continue reading
Kids were fascinated by rockets back in the 50’s and 60’s. It was all about moon walking and the spaceman. Even Santa joined in. And this is what a toy store looked like in the olden days in Singapore. I … Continue reading
On the 3rd of February 2011, the year of the rabbit will be ushered in with noisy fanfare, so if you’re in Singapore head down to Chinatown for bunnies galore. I saw a few Bugs Bunny, but I think Thumper … Continue reading
I was curious when I saw this display of dolls at Toa Payoh HDB Hub. It’s called Project U & I and dolls are done by Singapore school kids. The dolls will be on display till 18th October.
I wasn’t aware that the Etsy store had sellers from this tiny island as well. It was quite refreshing to stumble upon them. I first came across the delightful Paper Exploits run by Kelly, a Literature undergraduate at the National … Continue reading
These captivating porcelain dolls are by its creator Marina Bychkova (Russian origins) who aspires to: ….create dolls with so much love that they enchant people at first sight with their compelling, delicate, life-like beauty. This beautiful creation with henna work … Continue reading