Tiny Tears Giveaway!


Just over a year ago we reviewed a Tiny Tears doll and even now it remains one of LP’s favourite toys – sleeping next to her in bed and brought downstairs each morning to keep her company through the day. Every child needs a doll like Tiny Tears in their lives and it’s no wonder Tiny Tears are now celebrating 50 years of their iconic dolls.


First launched in the 1960’s, the Tiny Tears range of dolls has been loved by children for generations. It is without doubt the UK’s most recognisable doll. Tiny Tears was the first fully functioning feeding, crying and wetting doll that has closing eyes, moveable arms, legs and head.

If the very mention of Tiny Tears brings back fond memories, like it does to me from my own childhood, then you’ll love the limited edition Tiny Tears 50th Anniversary Doll. Generations of mums and grandmothers have grown up with Tiny Tears – and now your children can too!

This special edition Tiny Tears doll is dressed up in a sparkly birthday princess dress along with a vintage curly hairstyle. Just like the traditional Tiny Tears doll, you can still feed Tiny Tears from her water bottle then put her on her potty to wet, sit her up and she will cry real tears, like a real baby! When it’s time for a nap lay her down and see her eyes gently close. The 50th anniversary limited edition doll from John Adams also comes complete with a potty, bottle and a keepsake special commemorative certificate, printed with its own unique number.

To be in with a chance of winning your very own Limited Edition 50th Anniversary Tiny Tears Doll just complete one or more entries on the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!

The Limited Edition 50th Anniversary Tiny Tears Doll has an RRP of £29.99

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186 thoughts on “Tiny Tears Giveaway!

  1. The Tiny Tears Golden Princess! I had a Tiny Tears doll when I was little and loved her! This anniversary doll brings back many fond memories from my childhood 🙂

  2. I remember having a tiny tears i would love to win this for my 3 year old daughter, i have 2 sons who have the glow in the dark science set that is pretty good fun too!

  3. The John Adams Chocolate Lolly maker. My daughter was adamant it was the only thing she wanted, and she promptly got bored of it waiting for the chocolate to set! I love it though.
    She’s asking for a Tiny Tears for her birthday, so looks like I’ll be saving up. Thank you for doing this.

  4. it would actually be a tiny tears
    id be delighted to win this as i had one 45 years ago
    and would love for my granddaughter to have one as well
    and hope it would give her hours of fun like i had

  5. It has to be the new tiny tears.i have the 1st one passed down from my sister.she is on my old bed at my mums in hand knitted clothes.

  6. Besides Tiny Tears naturally…it’s Fuzzy Felts – these two take me right back to the days that life was full of simple pleasures and fun filled imagination 🙂

  7. Fuzzy felt Animal house – I had a fuzzy felt when I was little (Now 21) mine was a hospital one. I’m qualifying as a nurse in August !!!!

  8. John Adams toys are brilliant! My daughter loved her Frozen Snow Globe Maker Set which she got for Christmas! She would love the Tiny Tears Doll without a doubt so fingers crossed 🙂 Thank you for the chance!

  9. Girls World Styling head! Oh I loved mine as a kid, my 4yr old has one and it’s just lovely to see her play with something I too enjoyed as a child.

  10. I always wanted a Tiny Tears when I was little, but never got one 🙁 I did have a Girl’s World though and absolutely loved her, so I think this would probably still be my favourite John Adams toy.

  11. IT has to be tiny tears doll, I still have my teeny weeny tiny tears doll from around 40 years ago, my grandson nieces and nephews along with friends children all play with her and I’m sure they would love her big sister to play with too

  12. I always adored my Tiny Tears when I was a little girl, I’ve still got her now in fact so I guess Tiny Tears is my favourite 🙂

  13. I love TinyTears. She was my main present for Christmas when I was 7 and will always hold a special place in my heart.

  14. fuzzy felt and tiny tears too so many happy memories of my childhood flood back I still have the fuzzy felt which my children played with when they were little really lovely giveaway

  15. Tiny Tears has been a favourite for so many years, I bought one for my daughter who is now 35, and Fuzzy Felts are timeless, we’ve had a great collection of those. This last Christmas I bought a Tiny Tears for one of my granddaughters, a Rummikub for a grandson but now need a Tiny Tears for the next granddaughter. Has to be the best doll on the market.

  16. My favourite when I was young was my Timmy Tears doll loved him so much at the moment my babies like playing pig out pigs

  17. Loved using the chocolate coin maker set at christmas plus i LOVE this doll because i had a tiny tears doll way back in the seventies and i would love to own one again ☺

  18. My favourite is the Tiny Tears doll as it reminds me of my childhood when I used to love playing with my Tiny Tears. My daughter loves the Fuzzy Felts

  19. Tiny tears was my favourite, followed by fuzzy felt. I didn’t realise John Adams made all these vintage brands as well as the new ones.

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