Doe, a deer bundle
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Our Doe, a deer bundle features the most charming holiday pair. With their precious handcrafted antlers and adorable pointed ears, Violet the fawn and baby fawn are sure to fill your little one with joy. Your meaningful gift will donate 15 meals to children in need around the world.
Birthday: April 20th
I come from a magnificent forest where all the paths lead to adventure and fun. Being outdoors all day skipping, twirling and running makes me smile from ear to ear. Come join me on my wild and beautiful journey – we can hold hooves, put flowers behind our ears and twirl in the sun!
Favorite quote: “Adventure awaits.”
ABOUT BABY FAWN
Baby fawn is too cute to resist with those teensy antlers, adorable pointed ears and precious dots on its head. And did we mention its cute white-tipped tail? Our artisans put so much passion and love into every darling detail. We just know you and your little ones will fall in love at first sight.
DOLL FABRIC + FEATURES:
- hand knit with premium 100% cotton yarn
- high stitch count for durability and softness
- premium felt and knit details
- stuffed with hypoallergenic polyfill to be the ideal cuddle weight
- safe + non-toxic: US + Canadian safety standard certified
- hand-knit dolls available in two sizes: little 13" and regular 20" in height
- baby animals available in ~7" height
- signature 10 meal wristband or waist tag
- handmade in Peru and Nepal using sustainable, fair trade practices
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We stand by our dolls 100%. If you are unsatisfied with your doll for any reason when you receive it, you can replace or return it, no strings attached!
How does my purchase make an impact?
1 doll = 10 meals
You are helping children grow, fight disease, develop cognitively and reach their full potential by providing nutritious meals.
You are supporting artisans in Peru with sustainable, fair trade wages.
You are giving children the energy they need to learn as well as an incentive to send them to school.