is an 'Award-winning, childlike doll, that empowers young minds
and nurtures individuality through play'.
Details from www.lottie.com
of the Lottie doll for girls have found that girls have brothers
and that some of them want dolls like Lottie so they also make
a boy doll called Finn.
Finn does not have such a wide range of clothes accesories as
Lottie. In particular, he does not have a Finn Super Hero outfit.
If you want to offer a Super-Hero outfit to the brother of your
daughter you can't buy one.
Here you will find the graphic materials you need to convert a
Lottie superhero outfit into one for Finn, including the packaging
front and back and the logos you need to stick on the clothes.
You will need
to buy a Lottie super-hero doll, open the packaging and stick
new logos on the chest and cape of the suit. To do this I recommend
printing the logos on cloth using an inkjet printer and fixing
the image on the cloth. I will be putting a video up on YouTube
showing how I did this. There are 'How to print on cloth' web
pages already but I found a different way which I summarise below
at the very bottom of this page. That is not to say that other
ways will not work.
If you are
giving the outfit as a gift I recommend printing the revised front
and back images below on A4 photographic paper to stick over the
Lottie packaging (using photo mount spray can glue or double-sided
tape, at any rate somethin that really sticks) and reassembling
the pack so it looks a plausible Finn product.
The packaging is 165mm wide which fits on an A4 page. You may
need to adjust the magnification of the image when you print to
give you this width.
should be printed 22mm wide for the front chest and 30 wide for
the back cape.
is not sponsored by the makers of Lottie and is offered as a service
to those who have boys who are jealous of their sisters and want
to be able to play with a super-hero like their sister.
The Super Hero outfit for
Lottie is available from Arku, 47 Beaufort Mansions, Beaufort
Street, London, SW3 5AG, UK, Amazon (unfortunately the only retailer
at present the seems to stock these).
Pictures of the packs comparing a bought Lottie pack and the
Finn pack I made can be found by scrolling to the bottom of the
or 'the doll which lives a normal life, not one with a 'celebrity'
Click on the images below to see them full size. To download
the images onto your computer you should right-click with you
mouse as the mouse cursor hovers over the image and choose 'save
link as' if you use the Firefox web browser or 'save target as'
if you use Internet Explorer.