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My Christmas Shop Category is now open!!

With Christmas dresses, Christmas bedding and even a tiny doll sized Santa sack- there's everything here to ensure that dollies don't miss out on any of the festive fun!

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All of my doll's clothes and dolly bedding are tested to the latest toy safety standards and are CE labelled to show this. However you may have heard that following on from Brexit, a new marking system- the UKCA mark, is being introduced for toy sales within and to the UK (not including Northern Ireland).
Please follow the link below to see how I am implementing this across my store :)

I am selling off ALL of my old 'demo' items, all of which can be found in the Clearance category having been made with only CE labels attached- as required at the time of making. Following Brexit there is now a new labelling requirement for toy sales within, and to, the UK and therefore any sales of toys (within and to the UK) bearing only the CE mark will not be allowed as of 31st December this year. Please note however, that the testing for the new label is identical to that for CE labelling, so all of these older items are still perfectly safe and legal!
All new items will include the new UKCA mark alongside the CE one, along with any new or replacement 'demo' items- these will then only be sold off as and when any design becomes redundant, as per usual!

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COVID-19 Update

Little Dolly Clothes Shop is still open for business and taking orders!

With all the ever changing advice, regulations and announcements, it's nice to know that (for now at least) nothing has changed with regards to selling handmade goods, and I'm still able to remain open for business- processing and sewing up your dolly clothes and bedding.

I've been trying to get ahead of myself as much as I can- making up extra stock of things I know are popular- nappies and bedding especially, so that I can handle them as little as possible when you place your orders. Obviously I've been obsessively washing my hands even more than usual, would never work if feeling at all unwell, and now keep hand gel as a normal part of my sewing kit!

Due to current thinking around quarantining goods, I now mark the back of all parcels with the date and time that I last handled the items inside- this simply allows you to keep your order aside until 72 hours have passed if you wish to. It's not compulsory though, and you may open your parcel whenever you wish!