The story behind Once Upon a Treehouse reminds me of my own childhood. Started by two sisters who recalled their childhood wooden dollhouse built by their grandfather, I recall the beautiful dollhouse my grandfather built for my sister, which I coveted. Not many grandfathers today are building wooden dollhouses, so we need eco-friendly, fair trade committed companies like Once Upon a Treehouse to provide this classic toy for this generation.
We were sent a Petunia doll to play with:
- Petunia wears her black hair braided with a pretty pink ribbon. She is dressed in pink leggings, floral tunic accented with a pink belt.
- 4” high
- All dolls are eco-friendly having cotton faces & hands, wool hair, wooden feet and heads stuffed with wool. No plastic is used.
- All faces are hand painted, so no doll is exactly alike.
- Recommended for 3+ yrs
- Handmade in Latvia, Europe
I love that these dolls come in all colors and ethnicities reflecting the world culture. Plus, for every doll sold, another is sent to a child in need.
Each doll is handmade and quite fascinating to watch the process:
Every child deserves a dollhouse for dramatic play, no matter the gender. I completely trust Once Upon a Treehouse for quality, eco-friendly, natural toys! I am excited to have discovered the company.
disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.