The joy of Momiji dolls…
Momiji began in a small village in England, Warwickshire. What started as a set of 12 dolls has grown to multiple collections that include holiday themed and collaborations with designers and artists across the globe. Momiji are message dolls with a space on the very bottom for a little slip of paper containing good wishes for its recipient.
“Momiji is inspired by friendship and little kindnesses. It’s about filling life with memories and messages.” ~Momiji
They are irresistible and addictive. You can’t stop at one. Each doll comes in her own brightly colored box endorsed with her name and a list of things that make her happy.
Silly Billy is a berry beauty who loves camping, fresh air, green green grass, mascara and getting muddy. Poppet knows the place where the rainbows shine and likes post cards and playing the kazoo.
On the bottom of each box, there is a disclosure that Momiji is not a toy. These dolls may not be a toy per se but they definitely bring out the joyful girl in me.
Momiji is available at Paper Garden and Hallmark at the Queen Ka’ahumanu Center and at Love Momiji.
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