Mini Boheme handmade eco-friendly organic linen dolls and pillows

Teddy bears, bunnies, or sweet girls in tutus? Which would you prefer? With Mini Boheme, you have all of these options and more.

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Created by hand in naturally dyed organic linen,, Mini Boheme dolls feature hand stitched faces, beautiful fabric accents, and eco corn fiber filling. You can add a beautifully embroidered name onto their little tushies. They’re so popular you’ll need to wait 10 weeks to get your very own. So, in this case, I guess it’s not too early to shop for Christmas gifts – I’ll take a teddy bear please!

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