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Poupée - Tim

$70.00
marque: Raplapla

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Fait tranquillement à Montréal.

Poupée de chiffon heureuse. Idéale pour les enfants de 1 à 101 ans.

Tim est un fleuriste spécial.  Il aime les fleurs sauvages, et compose des bouquets extravagants en écoutant les chansons de ses trompettistes favoris. Il a une imposante collection de grains de sable et il mange un pot de confiture de mûres par jour. 
(C’est aussi un super-héros.)

BON À SAVOIR

  • À notre connaissance, il est quasiment indestructible.
  • Son secret pour endormir les enfants : se laisser caresser le dessous de l’aile (oreille).
  • Étant le plus gros des raplaplas, il se prête même à devenir un petit oreiller pour les longs voyages.

 ENTRETIEN

Laver à la machine à l’eau froide, ou à la main.
Sécher à l’air libre (pitié! pas de sécheuse!)

DIMENSION ET MATÉRIAUX

32 cm. Suède de polyester et coton, rembourrée de fibres de polyester. Yeux brodés.
Cet animal est emballé dans une très jolie boite-maison dessinée par Mimi Traillette (imprimée au Québec), et il est muni de son carnet de santé personnel.

Les tissus et les couleurs peuvent varier légèrement. Dans tous les cas, l’esprit du personnage a été conservé!

 

Slowly made in Montreal.

A happy rag doll. Perfect for kids aged 1 to 101.

 

Tim is a very special florist. He loves wildflowers, and creates extravagant bouquets while listening to records by his favourite trumpet players. He has an impressive collection of grains of sand and he eats a jar of blackberry jam every day.

(He's also a superhero).  

This doll is suitable for babies (and adults). 

Little ones love ’em, big ones can’t deny it—they are the life of every party, listen to all your secrets, and even laugh at jokes that aren’t funny. They are modern rag dolls (the stars of the raplapla family), soft dolls, with captivating colours and enticing textures.

GOOD TO KNOW

  • A rag doll is a one-of-a-kind gift. It means giving a child a companion, a mini reflection of themselves, who will accompany them everywhere, sometimes forever. A doll is a transitional object that can play an important role in the lives of certain kids! Plus they are quirky and fun—like you perhaps.... Or in any case, like me! 
  • Everyone likes them. 
  • Their eyes are not glued on. A rivet on the back keeps them firmly in place. 
  • If you style the doll’s hair just right, you can make a baby burst out laughing (see instructions here). 
  • Although the doll’s long hair meets Health Canada standards for baby toys, you may not want your child to put it in their mouth. But it’s up to you. 
  • We know people aged 0.1 to 87 years old who have dolls (so your three-year-old niece is not necessarily too big to have one. It all depends on her tastes.) 
  • If you try to put your doll in the dryer, there’s a strong likelihood their hair will come out looking like a scouring pad or an old phentex slipper. We advise against it. 
  • No, their eyes are not glued on. 

CARE

Machine wash on cold water, or wash by hand.
Hang to dry (please! don't put me in the dryer!).
A sock on your doll's head will protect her eyes.

DIMENSION AND MATERIALS

32 cm. Cotton and polyester, stuffed with polyester fibre. 

Plastic eyes attached with a rivet (which meets CE requirements as well as Health Canada standards for toys meant for children under 36 months).   

This doll comes in a beautiful cardboard house illustrated by Mimi Traillette (printed in Quebec) with a personal health record.