Cabbage Patch Kids 2012

The iconic Cabbage Patch Kid doll was first created by Xavier Roberts in 1978.  At that time, the dolls were called Little People and sold at craft shows but the doll, who came with a numbered birth certificate, went on to become a huge fad of the 1980s and a  highly collectible doll.

Forecast to be once again one of the HOT toys for 2012, is the Cabbage Patch doll. We love how fresh and modern these kids look and the range of choices from light to dark skinned and from pretty to preppy or sporty.

Here's the 2012 Cabbage Patch kid advertisement for a peek into the collection:

Check out the 2012 Cabbage Patch dolls for yourself in our photo gallery, starting with the Cabbage Patch Kids Blonde Summertime Girl shown in the yellow and pink polka dot dress shown at the top of this page and then going on to the Cabbage Patch Kids African American Sporty Girl shown below:

And continuing on with the Cabbage Patch Kids Brunette Playground Girl:

And the Cabbage Patch Kid Blonde Preppy Girl:

And we love the fact that there are even BOY Cabbage Patch dolls.

Here's the Cabbage Patch Kids Brunette Hair Hispanic Skater Boy:

And the brunette Cabbage Patch Kid Preppy Boy:

If I had to pick a favorite from amongst the 2012 lineup of Cabbage Patch Kids, I'd be stumped because I really do love them all. How about you? Is there one that you find particularly appealing?


Quick Links:

Click here to see Amazon's collection of 2012 Cabbage Patch dolls.

1 comment:

  1. I agree - very tough to choose a favorite Cabbage Patch Kids! Great to see these classic dolls are still popular all these years later!


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