Again Not My Dolls

Guilty of being lazy!  Summer is here and I don’t have much energy to do my photo shoot upstairs, too hot!

I opted to just take a stroll in the mall, check out what’s new and what’s on sale.  I went with my sister in Kultura, its a big store where you can find a variety of Philippine made products from keychains to jewelries, shirts, Filipiniana Gowns, slippers, bags, etc.  Almost like a department store that sells only native, high quality Philippine items.

In Kultura, I remember seeing Barbie dolls dressed in the traditional Filipina costume way back, I mean, a long long time ago when Mattel is still in operation here in our country.  I couldn’t afford it, the cheapest then was Php400.00 and I was like earning only Php64.00 a day!  Anyway, last Sunday, I got excited seeing a set of dolls on display.  Okey, they’re not hard vinyl or plastic type, but cloth dolls!

Bunso is a Filipino word  which means “youngest” (youngest child, or sibling)  the name of the manufacturer that produces artistic cloth dolls.  I am in no way affiliated with them nor am I paid to write about their products.  I liked their craft, they’re beautiful, unique, collectible, and it’s amazing, they’re handmade.  You can check out their page.

“Hand-made by needlewomen and painting artists from Cebu”

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They even have their own stand.

The icon they’re holding is the Santo Niño, one of the most revered religious images in the Philippines, it means Holy Child, a representation of the Child Jesus.

Did I buy? No, because I have no budget for dolls right now and I still don’t have a display cabinet!

 

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