Who hasn't gotten stuck in an Etsy spiral at least once?! Usually for me I see one thing on Pinterest which leads to Etsy, which leads to page after page of handmade awesomeness. This time I decided to see what kind of Multiracial goods I could find, here are my 5 favorites!
A sweet little biracial waldorf doll handmade from soft upcycled cotton knit velour and stuffed with clean wool she is an eco-friendly addition to your home. In her pocket is a tiny removable bunting baby (1-1/2") made from velour, cotton knit and a wooden ball to form the head. Tuck love notes in her pocket or she can help hold a tooth for a visit from the tooth fairy. From this listing you can order a customized doll to reflect your multiracial family and loved ones. Choose a skin tone for both mother and baby doll in the options as you order. Options are peach, mocha (coffee and cream), or cocoa (milk chocolate brown).
This sweet and simple biracial family doll set would make a wonderful gift or keepsake. The set includes father, mother, brother and sister dolls. The set is perfectly sized for small hands. Father and mother dolls measure about 10 inches and brother and sister dolls measure 7 inches.
Empowering cards for girls, featuring mixed race girls with bright, positive, empowering images that reflect diverse and unique beauty. For all the Goddesses, the heroines, the seekers and the dreamers. The card can also be put in a frame and larger 8 x 10 prints of this image available to order.
This superhero girl doll is an ideal gift for afro kids and mixed kids. This brown superhero doll soft toy with cape and mask is a great toddler gift for girls or for a super hero birthday.
This unique superhero girl doll is a friend for a lifetime! A ragdoll is like a best friend
* deserves all your trust and love
* will make you laugh whenever
* will never judge you
* make you feel safe
* don't care if you are crazy or quiet
The lovely superhero doll in african style comes with:
- superheroe mask
- supersonic double sided cape
- supergirl skirt with original african print (currently a little bit different as pictured)
Of course we had to include 6 Degrees of Hapa to our list, founded by contributing blogger Naomi! She designs the hats which are all embroidered in the Bay Area.