Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories, Jackets & jumpers, Soft toys
Jackie, the founder of Adelle’s Joy, is based in Waiouru, New Zealand. She loves making things out of various types of fabrics, new and upcycled.
She makes delicate wool blankets from wool vests, fabric dolls with hand-embroidered faces, memory bears from a piece of clothing from a loved one who passed away, as well as baby clothes and other nursery items.SKU: n/a
Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories
Annie from AliAnnie makes dollhouses and dollhouse furniture for little people. Following a change in life she’s now confined to her bed or wheelchair. Not being one to stay idle, Annie started making dollhouses from laser-cut plywood and dollhouse furniture using balsa wood or plywood.
Annie makes each house unique by painting and/ or wallpapering to the recipient’s requirements. One house takes about a week to make and a full set of furniture about 3 days. All items made to order.SKU: n/a
Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories, Wood
Break Free Laser Engraving
My mum and I have teamed up to bring you these absolute beauties. After making the Barbie house for my daughters birthday we knew this would be something we would have to share with you all, they are a labour of love but oh so worth it!
All our products can be purchased assembled, or as a flat pack for easy shipping.SKU: n/a
Baby shower, Crochet, Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories, Soft toys
Duchi Crochet is based in Browns Bay, Auckland. A preschool teacher by day and crochet artist at night.
All items are handmade with love and given the utmost care and attention to the quality.
Customisations and special requests available.SKU: n/a
Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories, Kitchen helper stool, Mud kitchens, Wooden toys
Meet the Furnitoyz team: Euan is a Transport Branch Manager for a transport company in Christchurch, and Michelle works part-time at a preschool, and she has worked in the education sector for the past 10 years and have two grown boys at home.
When their children were growing up, the kids were always looking for something different, that could have been a game, toy or furniture that was well made but it was either too expensive or cheaply made, so Euan would make what they were looking for but they always had a twist to them.
When Michelle started working in the education sector she noticed that a lot of parents were asking about where they could find good quality products that didn’t cost the earth, then a good friend that she worked with suggested them to make a toy box and the Furnitoyz journey began.
They love what they do and would love meeting the Furnitoyz families when they deliver products.SKU: n/a
Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories, Soft toys
PeteVal Boon from Kwirky Kreations loves to make special, quirky designs that put a smile on your face.
She creates a variety of crafts including unicorns and dinosaur heads, Fofucha dolls (look-alike figurines of a loved one / favourite character from a picture), hand puppets, soft toys and crochet animals.
All goods are made with the greatest of care and in many cases, can be made to order – just send in a photo or link with the request. The dolls and soft toys are machine-washable.SKU: n/a
Baby shower, Blankets & covers, Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories, Face masks, Footwear & accessories, Gifts, Soft toys
Little Fae HandmadeBaby shower, Blankets & covers, Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories, Face masks, Footwear & accessories, Gifts, Soft toys
Little Fae Handmade
Samantha is the owner and creator of ‘Little Fae Handmade’. She makes soft toys, dolls, doll beds, reusable face masks (for adults and children), baby shoes and blankets, hair accessories and more.
Her doll beds are especially cute. They make great gifts for Christmas or birthdays for any little doll lover and should fit both the handmade dolls she sells as well as dolls purchased elsewhere. These adorable beds come with a blanket and pillow and she has a wide range of fabrics customers can choose from.SKU: n/a
Carriers and slings, Dolls, doll houses and doll accessories
Terri is a babywearing consultant and owner of Woven Womb. She started Woven Womb so that she could help other families find a local place to go to for carrier advice. It has grown from there, and she truly loves being involved in her client’s journey.
After limited success with her stretchy wraps, she went along to a Babywearing Southland (now Invercargill Babywearing Community) meet, found the help she needed, and started volunteering at meets. This was the place that really introduced her to the many different styles of carrying, and opened her eyes to the many possibilities. I now co-lead this volunteer community support group and love helping enable families to share the experience.
Terri started Woven Womb to share her passion, but also in the hope that she can help other families figure out what carriers can offer for them, be it a long term love, or short term help during a holiday or surgery.SKU: n/a