Posable 18-inch Cooking Doll!
From food trucks to gourmet kitchens, Our Generation 18-inch doll Rayna has all the ingredients to create foodie adventures! Rayna has beautiful brown eyes that open and close, long, brushable brown hair that’s fun to style, and she’s posable! She can bend her arms and legs to cook up tasty meals! Use Rayna’s order pad to collect fun food orders and get cooking with the play food accessories. Chop up the onion and tomatoes on the cutting board and use the frying pan to create a delicious kebab (yum!). Don’t forget to keep Rayna’s outfit spotless with the super cute apron! She arrives wearing a color-coordinated outfit that features a cute floral top, a bright yellow headband, and a blue pleated skirt. Follow Rayna’s adventures in her beautifully illustrated storybook, “The Foodie Friends Project.” The easy-to-read chapters are perfect for younger readers, and it makes for a great bedtime story too!
Small parts.Not for children under 3 years.
- 1 18-inch doll
- 1 headband
- 1 floral top
- 1 skirt
- 1 cooking apron
- 1 pair of undies
- 1 pair of shoes
- 1 frying pan with cover
- 1 kebab stick
- 1 onion
- 1 tomato bunch
- 1 pen with removable cap
- 1 cutting board
- 1 kitchen knife
- 1 spatula
- 1 pita
- 1 order pad
- 1 olive oil bottle
- 1 storybook
- 1 bookmark
- Create Foodie Adventures: order up delicious fun with Our Generation cooking doll Rayna!
- 18-inch Doll: beautiful brown eyes that open and close, and long, brushable brown hair that's fun to style!
- Posable: cuddly soft body with bendable arms and legs to easily change outfits and cook up tasty meals!
- Beautifully Illustrated Storybook: follow Rayna's journey in her easy-to-read chapter book - The Foodie Friends Project!
- Includes: doll, headband, floral top, skirt, cooking apron, pair of undies, shoes, onion, tomato bunch, pen with removable cap, frying pan with lid, cutting board, bottle of oil, beef kebab, kitchen knife, spatula, pita, order pad, storybook, and bookmark.
- Mix & Match: outfit features easy-open closures to quickly put on and remove; compatible with most 18-inch dolls, outfits, and accessories.
- Recommended Age: suggested for kids ages 3+ (small parts).
- Table for Two furniture set sold separately.
All About Rayna
Caring for Your Our Generation Doll
Rayna arrives with long brown hair that's fun to brush and style!
First things first: haircare for your doll will be easier with the proper tools! We recommend using a round-tipped wire brush. You will also need a small spray bottle filled with water. The best kind to use will be able to spray a very fine mist (instead of a strong jet).
Second, make sure to avoid heat and styling products on your doll's hair (and body)! Heated styling tools like hair dryers or straighteners and products like gels or mousses can permanently damage your doll.
To help brush her hair, we recommend very lightly misting her hair with water - not too much! - to remove static and make the hair easier to brush.
Next, use the wire brush and very gently (but firmly) brush Rayna's hair, starting at the ends and working your way up. Let her hair air-dry, and repeat this process until her hair is as straight as you like it!
OG Dolls are always ready for fun and adventure. Just remember, the BEST kind of adventure for your OG doll is in your imagination!
Your Our Generation doll has a cuddly, soft body that should not get wet. Pretend swimming is ok! But please do not submerse your doll in water.
OG dolls love pretending to play on the beach, but please make sure not to let your doll sit in the sun for too long. Exposure to heat of any kind can cause serious harm to your doll!
We know you will do everything you can to keep your doll happy and healthy.
The Foodie Friends Project
When their fourth-grade teacher assigns a class project about food, Rayna and the new girl, shy Miranda, buddy up to work on it. Because Rayna stutters and is unsure how Miranda will react, she talks to Miranda about it, just to "g-g-get it out of the way." The girls regularly meet up at Rayna's family's restaurant to brainstorm and soon Miranda seems comfortable there - especially as Rayna's parents supply yummy snacks! But they just can't come up with a good idea - until an unexpected visitor "wheels in" with her food truck, and their plans for the project really begin to sizzle! But why won't Miranda ever invite Rayna over to her house to work on the project? What's Miranda doing when she says she's too busy to meet up or help with the food truck over spring break - and why won't she tell Rayna?