Reborn FAQs

Are you new to the reborn world and thinking about getting your first custom, if so this is the place for you.  Let me help you with deciding what type of reborn you might want.

CAUTION: Reborns are collectible works of art and OOAK (one-of-a-kind) handcrafted by artists, not manufactured. Please be diligent in your quest for your reborn as there are many scam sites popping up daily. Do your research before purchasing. 

Now let’s have fun♥

Full Limbs, 3/4 Limbs, and mixed limbs.

Full limbs allow for more clothing options, but 3/4 limbs and mixed limbs are a little more poseable. Not by much though.
Each kit has a cloth body which is what is used to attach the limbs. Some kits have what are called cuddle bodies. They are extra poseable, as only the head is vinyl. I will show an example of this towards the bottom.
Kits can also be adorned with detachable belly plates. Some kits have full torsos or half torsos. These kits are not as soft, nor as poseable.
Reborn hair can be rooted, painted, or both. You can add a wig or leave them without hair. The choice is truly up to you. 
Mohair or human hair can be used. 
Most times human hair is only used on bigger babies or toddler kits, but it still is your preference.

Eye color and availability depend upon the kit and the size of eyes it takes. Eye options are glass, acrylic, and resin. (Resin eyes are beautiful, but some do yellow with age.)

Now that you’ve learned about the different types of kits, I’m happy to introduce you to some of the wonderful kit suppliers within North America.

 Their websites are user-friendly and from there you can find kits of all different sizes: Micro-Preemies, Preemies, Newborns, Large Newborns and Toddlers. 

If you have any additional questions, sometimes it can get overwhelming; don’t hesitate to reach out and I can give you a helping hand.

Links will take you away from my website

Bountiful Baby

Macpherson Arts & Crafts



Dolls so real

Dolls by Sandie

Have you been a victim of reborn scams?

I am truly sorry if this has happened to you. The USA.GOV site has some helpful information that may be of some assistance to you. Good Luck!

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