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Celebrate 35 years of Cabbage Patch Kids with lots of love and Lots of Licks!

We are giving away FOUR Amazing Cabbage Patch Hampers, each valued at $118. Each prize hamper includes:

  • 1x Cabbage Patch Kids 35th Birthday Lots of Licks Kid, RRP $79
  • 1x Cabbage Patch Kids Adoptimals Lots of Licks, RRP $39

As part of their 35th birthday celebrations, the Cabbage Patch Kids have some new friends joining in the fun. Combining man’s best friend with everyone’s favourite, the heart shaped lollipop, ensures there will be Lots of Licks!

Each Cabbage Patch Kid 35th Birthday Lots of Licks Kid is cute, cuddly, and has its own style – just like you! It also comes with a very special lollipop accessory, which allows your Kid to interact with the Lots-of-Licks Adoptimal Pets, available separately.

These 14-inch Cabbage Patch Kids come in a variety of ethnicities, hair colours and eye colours with the traditional CPK baby powder scent, a unique one-of-a-kind name, adoption papers and Birth Certificate.

Every Kid needs a pet! Collect your favourite Adoptimal Lots of Licks pet to match your Cabbage Patch Kid.

Adoptimals love ice creams so much, their tongue will actually lick, and you’ll hear licking sounds!

Cabbage Patch Kids Adoptimals Pets make a great addition to a loving Cabbage Patch family, and great interactive friends for all the Kids. Each Adoptimal comes with an ice cream that they really lick and an adoption certificate. Collect them all!

Did you know…?

When Cabbage Patch Kids launched in the 80’s, they were so popular that many stores sold out within weeks, sometimes hours, of the Kids hitting store shelves.

With 100s of millions of Kids adopted since 1983, Cabbage Patch Kids are one of the world’s most iconic toys. The Kids continue to strike a chord with parents and children as one of the most recognisable and beloved children’s properties of all time.

Cabbage Patch Kids are ready to be adopted and become part of your loving home!

Suitable for ages 3+, CPK 35th Birthday Lots of Licks Kids and CPK Adoptimals are available now from Big W and Myer.

Please note this competition is open from 17 October 2018 until 19 November 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. N. Mannering - NSW
  2. M. Newton - NT
  3. N. Miles - NSW
  4. N. Perumal - VIC
  • I had a Cabbage Patch Kid 26 years ago when I was a child I just called it Bubba Cabbage I have attached a photo of what he looked like.

  • I had a Kid growing up. I don’t remember her name but she had red hair and a tartan skirt. My cousin had a Kid named Kerrie-Ann, and the kids were best friends too.

  • My cabbage patch was a girl with caramel plaits and her name was Cassie Nikki. I got her for Christmas the year I had chicken pox on Christmas Day so she was a highlight and I still have her and all her clothes one of my most treasured toys!

  • I would love to gift my child with a gorgeous Cabbage Patch Kid because as a child that was the only doll I would wish for come Christmas time but my parents weren’t able to afford it having 5 children.

  • My mum didn’t like Cabbage Patch Kids. However, I coveted a C.P sooo much! I wanted adoption paper, nappy. The doll. My friends had them. Therefore gifting one to my daughter would be awesome!!

  • I had multiple ones while growing up, I remember the sweet smell they had to them, and I would always stick my finger in their soft mouth lol

  • No Cabbage Patch Kid for me,
    Too old in the 80’s you see.
    But I’d love one for my granddaughter,
    A perfect Christmas gift for her.

  • I had a kid her name was Val,
    I really loved the way she smelled.
    Gifting one would be a delight,
    My daughter would love it with all her might.
    It would be so loved in every way,
    and be played with every day!

  • Growing up, the youngest of 4, I used to dream about having one in the 90s but financially, my parents couldn’t afford it. Only had hand me downs whilst I watched my friends own one. I would love nothing more than see my daughter have what i never did.

  • I had a Cabbage Patch doll in the 80s growing up, her name was Bridget Ciara and she went with me everywhere. She was blonde, blue eyed and had freckles. My parents thought she looked like me!


  • I grew up with one, I remember it being such an event, going to the store with my Dad and we spent half a day there choosing it as it was such a major decision. Her name was Bernice Kay and we picked her because she had the nicest name. She has orange hair and would you believe I have kept her for my daughters but she is 35 years old and would love a sister so my daughters could each have one.

  • I never had a Cabbage Patch Kid so id like my daughter to have one because I think they’re a great gift for any child and she would treasure it forever!

  • My parents couldn’t afford a cabbage patch doll for myself , but I would love to be able to win one for my daughter who turned 5 yesterday.

  • I had Lucille and she had beautiful brown wool hair, my sister had Sadie who was blonde and we both had songs for them. Mum threw them out in a clean up after we left home and I’m still recovering.

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