Name: Beautiful Blessings Deborah
Made by and When: Beautiful Blessings, ©2016, released to the market in 2017
Material: Soft vinyl head, solid vinyl arms, plastic body and legs which are hollow
Marks: ©2016 / Beautiful Blessings, LLC / Made in China (on upper back)
Height: 12-1/2 inches
Articulation: Five-points, at neck, upper arms, and upper legs
Hair: Black silky textured hair extends below the waist, is rooted in layers that are from 1/4 to 1/2 inch apart.
Eyes: Painted, brown
Ears: Pierced, without earrings
Mouth: Closed with painted-red lips
Complexion: Caramel brown with yellow undertones
Clothing/Accessory: Stylish red knit two-piece suit and matching hat; jacket and skirt are embellished with a strip of rhinestones. Red pumps with a black platform area and heels have red bottoms. A mirror for the child is included with the following affirmation printed on the back:
You are a masterpiece
that was made strong, beautiful
& confident. Accomplish your goals
and live your dreams!
Have the abundant life that was made
distinctly for you. Love yourself & show the
world who you were designed to become.
Reach your destiny!
Remember, you lack nothing.
Body Measurements in Inches (Breasts, Waist, Hips): 7, 4-1/2, 7
Foot Measurement, Length and Width: 1-3/8 inches x 1/2 inch
Other: Designed by Raveen James, Deborah is one of three dolls in the Beautiful Blessings line of fuller figure fashion dolls. The company’s mission “is to empower young females & realign the impossible image standards set by other dolls.” Deborah’s box further states, “Our unique doll collection promotes a more positive, realistic body image and helps inspire confidence and higher self-esteem in girls and young women.” Deborah is described as, “kind & ambitious. Her positive attitude, faithfulness, & good spirit shine through. Her affirming self-image reminds each of us to be the best version of ourselves.”
Extra boxed fashions designed by Raveen James were made available. As shown below:
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