Lammily Marks

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$7.00

3.80 out of 5

Now your dolls can have freckles, acne, cellulite, the occasional booboo, and more!

These clear vinyl stickers can be repositioned and reapplied to customize your doll.

38 reusable stickers on a sticker sheet. Doll not included.

Includes:

Cellulite, Stretch marks, Freckles, Acne, Glasses, Blushing, Adhesive bandages, Moles, Temporary Tattoo, Stitches, Scrapes & Scratches, Bruises, Cast, Scars, Mosquito Bites, Grass and Dirt Stains

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Warning: Choking hazard. Not for children under 4 years old.

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5 reviews for Lammily Marks


  1. 1 out of 5

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    I was really excited about these…. BUT THEY AREN’T REUSEABLE AND WON’T STICK AGAIN. If you try to peel them off and use them again the adhesive goo comes of on your doll, and the sticker is totally ruined.
    The only place they actually stick (for more than a minute) is on her torso, and they get stuck there. You can’t get they off without scraping them off with your fingernail. And then they lose their stickiness.
    Within 1 day of using with them on my lammily, 8 stickers had already lost their adhesive completely. The company should have tested these with kids to see if they actually worked.
    I regret buying these, and had to throw them away.

  2. 5 out of 5

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    I feel that “Lammily Marks” are an excellent way of showing children that you don’t have to have a “perfect ” body.
    It shows them that imperfections are perfectly normal.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    very realistic, good purchase

  4. 5 out of 5

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    I purchased the Lammily Marks for my 10yo Niece and her Lammily doll. A few months later I noticed she had several stickers on her doll. When I asked her about them she explained to me that some times girls got pimples and scrapes on their knees. I think the “marks” have helped to normalize blemishes, scrapes and band aids. Not all girls have perfect skin all the time.

  5. 3 out of 5

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    I love this doll. I use it in health class to talk about body image. We compare it to the NEW barbie’s and talk about what’s realistic about shape, size, and skin. The marks are a way for boys and girls (grade 7/8) to think about self-acceptance.

    Some teachers are recommending the dolls for parents children.

    Only complaint is they don’t stay on. for long.

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