I wanted to let you know about a line of new dolls from Playmates called Hearts 4 Hearts dolls. They feature girls from all over the world and are so pretty (love the “real” hair!). Not only that but they also donate 6.5 percent from the sale of each doll to World Vision that goes to the area that the doll you bought is from. We got two dolls and are loving them and I love that they are encouraging my daughters to think of others and consider what they can do to make a difference. Every little bit helps!
Dell is from Kentucky in the USA and is absolutely gorgeous and has the most realistic hair I’ve ever felt on a doll. Dell and her family bring blankets and other goods to help the people in her area.
We also got the beautiful Consuelo from Mexico! We had seen her in reviews online and knew she was so pretty, but she is even more in person. I personally loved her story about how her family runs a Mexican bakery (my favorite!) and she helps give the leftovers to the poor children.
The Hearts 4 Hearts dolls are really good examples to my girls, and I’m so glad they made such lovely and inspiring dolls!
Below is a list of the Hearts 4 Hearts dolls and a little about them:
Consuelo lives in Mexico City, aiding hungry children who are homeless and live on the streets near her parents’ bakery. She loves pretty colors — notice her earrings and pretty pink floral headband.
Lilian of Belarus is determined to help girls whose parents must find work in the city — and are forced to leave their children with orphanages. Lillian is dressed in a Russian long sleeved blouse and colorful vest with traditional embroidery.
Dell lives in Kentucky’s Appalachian Mountains where she creates music and knitwear to share with others who need warm clothing. Dell wears a camouflage cap and a butterfly necklace.
Rahel of Ethiopia journeys with her family into the bush to help bring back aid to her community. Rahel dreams of becoming a doctor, which will allow her to make a real difference for all ages in her region. She proudly wears colorful beads of her native land.
Tipi lives in Laos, and is based on a real girl who shares her art and storytelling with others through dancing, drawing and puppetry. She leads her school in a mural contest in hopes of winning much-needed books for her class. Tipi’s authentically detailed t-shirt and cropped pants reflect her sweet nature.
Nahji hails from Assam, India, and breaks tradition to bring courage and learning to the girls who must work the tea fields. See her beautiful earrings, nose gem, necklace, headpiece, and henna on her hand — all distinct and authentic details.
If you’d like to see more, we took this video with my daughters at the Hearts 4 Hearts party we had, telling about the Hearts 4 Hearts dolls:
Check out their website for more info!
(I was selected to be a MommyParties host as part of a promotional program with MomSelect. All opinions are my own.)