When I was around Tegan’s age, I had a little Strawberry Shortcake doll. She was one of my all-time favorite toys. That was back when Strawberry Shortcake looked like this:
Where does the Strawberry Shortcake come into the story you ask? Well, we did think we were smart by at least putting away all the paint brushes. But my daughter was a tad smarter than us. She dipped her strawberry shortcake doll (hair first) into the leftover paint and used her doll as a paint brush. Bright orange paint on our white bead board. She made a mess. I arrived (ON TIME) to my bible study group that morning with a 3yr old wearing a shirt covered in orange paint, both of us needing prayers!
When we were cleaning out our basement for our move a few months ago, I came across a box that held some of the most beloved of all my possessions: my Strawberry Shortcake dolls.
This is a B/W COPY of the Large BERRY HAPPY HOME Doll House. Instructional Assembly Manual For The Original Strawberry Shortcake Doll House from the Early 1980's. You may have the House and Need the Instructions, etc. This is 12 pages. Everything you need to know to put the house together, all the pieces are identified. Instructions with Illustrations.