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Gritters are a unique breed of cutie monsters, each with its own genre, personality and tastes.
Each Gritter is one-of-a-kind, since they are made with out of sale fabric scraps and vintage accessories I find roaming through thrift shops and antique markets. Their faces are sculpted in clay and hand painted, and bodies are filled with corn grit.

Newborn Gritters have freshly spawned and still in their larval stadium: they haven't collected enough informations from the environment surrounding them to build themselves a recognizable body. This means they will develop their personality entirely with you and the place where you live! Since they're so young, they are smaller than average Gritters; they also don't have a name yet, and we still haven't figured out which Genre they belong to: you will have to find out by yourselves!

Newborn Gritter comes with a special blank ID little book, explaining Gritters breed lines in general to help you orientate in their world, but you will have to fill out the section related to your Gritter's history and habits.
We will be happy to know more about the babies as time goes by, so feel free to keep in touch with us!

Fabric flowers not included.

NOTICE: shipping costs are for standard delivery. If you wish a more safe and straight travel for your new friend, please contact me to know the additional charge depending on your country!

Newborn Gritter - Gothic Ooak baby monster


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fleece, pearls, sculpey, acrylic paint, polish, protective varnish, thread, corn grit, trimming
  • Ships worldwide from Italy
  • Feedback: 32 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people