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Muddy Puddles Lottie Doll Wins GOLD Independent Toy Award

Muddy Puddles Lottie Doll

Hooray! We are delighted to announce that our Muddy Puddles Lottie has won Gold in the Independent Toy Awards! 

 

Muddy Puddles Lottie Doll

Muddy Puddles Lottie playing with her real-life twin, Cadi (age 4) in Cardiff, UK. 

 

Muddy Puddles Lottie Doll Gold Awards Winner

 

This award is especially important to us because since Lottie's launch in 2012, we have had amazing support from independent retailers across the UK and Ireland as well as internationally. It's incredible to see Lottie stocked in shops that are passionate about the Lottie brand message and quality - we love seeing Lottie and Finn beautifully homed in all of these unique stores, where owners and staff are so knowledgeable about all of the products on their shelves! Some have even created innovative merchandising and window displays to showcase Lottie and Finn! 

 

Wigwam Toys

Wigwam Toys, Brighton, UK. 

 

Art N hobby Liffey Valley

Art N Hobby Liffey Valley

 

Top Ten Toys Seattle

Top Ten Toys Seattle, USA. 

 

Crafty Kids Letterkenny

Crafty Kids Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland. 

 

Independent Toy Awards Winner Lottie Dolls

 

When it’s raining outside, Lottie is quick to pull on her raincoat and boots and go on a muddy adventure. Walking through Branksea’s Daffodil Fields, Lottie spots a family of ducks swimming in a murky mud puddle. She loves the sound of the squelch of her boots in the mud, and it is great fun to find the deepest, muddiest puddle and jump up and down in it. Lottie also likes puddle jumping with her friends and having a competition to see who can make the biggest splash.

 

 

 


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  • Having been fairly recently introduced to Lottie Dolls, and really liking the ethos behind and the look of the dolls, we bought 3 dolls and a couple of outfits for our eldest grandaughter for her birthday this month, and have already ordered a couple more for Christmas, plus at least one for her little sister. School girl, Butterffly and Autumn Lotties (plus dog plus a blue smart frock) went down extremely well with our just 8 year old, and her 3 1/2 year old sister soon joined in. As a grandmother I think the dolls are fantastic ( wish they had been around in the 50s & 6os when I was young as I would have loved them – I was never keen on Barbie etc. They look good, are really well made (British) and are much more interesting than just “fashion”, With her mother’s agreement, we are also buying Muddy Puddles Lottie for our great-neice for Christmas NEXT year when she will be 3. Long live Lottie & Finn, and VERY well done on all the awards. PS Hannah loved the award medals, thinking they had won a race in the Olympics! Possible new doll(s) – Olympic triathelite & perhaps a Paralympic athlete in a wheelchair. Congratulations once more.

    Barbara Chapman on

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