Toys of the Eighties, Bubble Bells
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These dolls each came with a different plastic blow-up devise. I had two. One had pink hair and it came with a blow-up flower that could float in the bathtub or in the pool, and she would fit in the middle. She had a pink swimsuit with white ruffles around the edges. I also had another one, with purple hair, and she came with a swan. The swan you could blow up and float in a tub or pool as well.

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S.M. - September 30, 2009 - Report this comment
If anyone has a Bubble belles dolls they would like to sell let me know. i would like them in very good condition to near mint. contact:
ERIN - May 21, 2010 - Report this comment
I cant believe other people had these, had to hunt for them back in the day too!
Crystal-Sushi - July 22, 2015 - Report this comment
Due to being used as bath toys, Bubble Belles are rather rare, especially ones in good condition. I own Flora (who came with an inflatable flower) and her hair has become melted and frizzy due to being used in hot water (I'm assuming a hot bath). If you want to find one of these little dolls, be prepared to pay a lot if you want one in decent condition! Also, a cool fact is that they are made using the same moulds as Rose-Petal Palace dolls!

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