1987 Playskool Sweetie pops Dolls

5 Nov

“A first dress-up doll that’s easy to dress! Just pop
her in her clothes and she’s ready to go.”

Sweetie Pops were produced by Playskool in 1986.  These dolls were designed for very young girls ages 2 – 5.  The dolls are made of hard plastic/pvc and are 5″ tall when un-dressed. The dolls are molded into a kneeling position and are non-poseable. Each doll came with specially designed fashion that made it easy for little girls to dress their friends all by themselves! Just pop the kneeling posed doll into her dress, attatch the velcro fasteners on the back of the dress and shes ready to play. The doll’s are 7″ tall when dressed.

Playskool produced four Sweetie pops dolls: Party Time, Ballerina, School Time, and Party Girl. Dolls were sold with an outfit included.

This blond haired beauty is always full of fun! She comes with party dress, pinafore, 2 hair ribbons, hair brush, and party accessories.

The school bell is ringing and this little darling brunette is all set to go to school! Includes dress, raincoat, hair bows, hair brush and school accessories.

It’s party time and this little Sweetie Pops is so excited! Includes dress, pinafore, purse, and party accessories!

Sweetie Pops Ballerina is a cute strawberry blond that enjoys dancing in the ballet! Includes bloomers, tutu, leg warmers, head band, hair brush, and ballet accessories!

Playskool sold 6 different outfits separately: Sunday Best, First Dance, Music recital, Camper, Night wear, and Flower girl. Each fashion came with 1 main outfit, 2 accessories, and a hanger.

Flower Girl

Sunday Best

First Dance


Music Recital

Nightwear is unpictured.

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One Response to “1987 Playskool Sweetie pops Dolls”

  1. Sandy December 27, 2018 at 4:10 pm #

    Loved these dolls for my daughter when she was young—-one of those toys that was instant success and encouraged independence


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