I’ll be honest, seeing Frowny Faces in the news… does make me smile.
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Dolls have bad days, too
Michael Thompson Smiles are nice, but a Henrico entrepreneur is betting frowns make for a better business plan. Last month, Rebecca Floyd launched Frowny Faces, a company that makes and sells frowning dolls. While shopping in toy stores for her nephew, Floyd noticed the abundance of dolls smiling at her from the shelves.
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Richmond mom makes ‘Frowny Face’ dolls to show kids that it’s okay to feel sad
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) – A Richmond mom and artist has set out to teach her son – and the rest of us – that it’s okay to feel something other than happy. Rebecca Floyd has launched a new line of dolls that are more comforting than they are cheery.
Richmond Mom’s Frowny Faces Dolls Up for National Award
A Richmond-made line of dolls is getting some national attention. Rebecca Floyd created Frowny Faces dolls to show her son and the rest of us, that it’s okay to be sad. Floyd’s product is a finalist for Martha Stewart’s American Made award. The contest highlights local, handmade goods from across the country.