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Create Your Family Grouping

Parent Figures

Parent Figures

Create Your Family Grouping

All these parent figurines are of a similar scale and work well together in groupings that reflect two-parent families and single-parent families.

Parent Figures

Adult figures work well with child and pet figures to create Family Groupings.

Pet Figures

Pet Figures

Create Your Family Grouping

The addition of one or more furry members completes the family. Just adding a dog or cat to a figure or group of figures creates an interaction between the pieces that can reflect your love for your pet or pets.

Pet Figures

Pets are family, too!

Grandparent Figures

Grandparent Figures

Create Your Family Grouping

Gathered around grandparents, children hear family stories about cultural traditions, learn about their heritage, and soak up the wisdom of years of living... we pass these stories down through generations. Grandma and Grandpa, Nona and Papa, Gramps and Grammy... whatever their 'name', they are the foundation of our families.

Grandparent Figures

Grandparents are the foundation of the family.

Children Figures

Children Figures

Create Your Family Grouping

These child figures work well with adult figures to create Family Groupings. Position them turned toward each other, showing sides and backs to reveal different aspects of the sculptures--expressing different "personalities". Use as many as needed to reflect the configuration of your family. Add on as your family grows.

Children Figures

Reflecting different ages, stages and personalities of our children.

How to Create Your Family Grouping

4 Steps to create your own grouping of family figures

Family Groupings

Family Groupings are about your family, using Willow Tree® as a representation of personalities, familiar gestures… or memories. We positioned two or more figures together in 'groupings' that appear to be interacting, turned toward each other, touching, like families do. This may give you ideas for groupings that reflect your relationships.


“It's the little things that we pick up on, the small gestures that are unique to each person. That's what we see in those we love.”

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