If you are a Sylvanian Families fan or collector, you might enjoy visiting our message boards! It’s a great way to connect with other collectors, chat about Sylvanians and more, meet new friends, and share projects that you are working on. Our old boards died due to a spam attack and failing database a little… Continue reading New Sylvanian Families Forums!
A brand new otter family. has been introduced to Sylvania. The set consists of two parents and two newborn babies. The babies are held in fish-shaped carriers. The extra tiny newborns = extra cuteness! When the new families were released earlier this year, I was most excited for the Alpaca Family. I severely underestimated how… Continue reading Sylvanian Families: Otter Family (2018, Japan)
Hello! If you’ve been checking in here, you may have noticed a lack of posts as of late. That’s because I’ve finally begun the process of cataloguing my Sylvanian collection. If you are a Sylvanian collector, start cataloguing as soon as possible, even if you’ve not yet amassed many sets. You’ll be thankful later! Being… Continue reading Sylvanian Families Alpaca Family (2018, JP)
The cataloguing process has been my ongoing project for the past month or so, and has been taking up most of my Sylvanian time. However, there has been quite a lot of exciting new parcels as of late! My most loved new addition to the collection has undoubtedly been Giant Stella! Just like her Sylvanian… Continue reading Sylvanian Families: Giant Stella Chocolate
The poor Woodbrooks. I was so excited to use a wood grain background for their photo because it felt so suited to them. The problem is that the colors don’t work all and I didn’t realize it until doing the editing. The poor beavers look so washed out. Let’s schedule another photo shoot for you,… Continue reading Meet the Sylvanian Families: Woodbrook Beaver Family
Hi everyone! I’m going to do a few quick updates to add families that have been included in the catalogue site. First up are the Petite Little Bears! Before the Petites, Sylvanian Bears were significantly larger than their non-bear neighbors. The original Petite family introduced the small bear mold into Sylvania. These smaller bears are… Continue reading Meet the Sylvanian Families: Petite Little Bear Family
The lovable Dale sheep are favorites in my collection! The family runs the local orchard, which gives them an earth-y, rustic style that I find very relatable. UK Biography Information: Father Ewan Dale is in charge of the Sylvanian orchards, keeping the grass short and the place tidy. He is very proud of his Victoria… Continue reading Meet the Sylvanian Families: Dale Sheep Family