Whenever you ship something internationally the package will be handed over to Customs before entering the country. To inform the Customs inspector of what is inside the parcel (what it is and how it should be taxed), you include Harmonized System (HS) Codes. You can find codes for your products here: https://www.tariffnumber.com/
Most shipping companies will have default customs documents for you to use, which will have a field for the HS code. All you have to do is fill it out!
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Handy HS codes:
49119900Printed goods (pretty broad category for anything you can print art on really)
71179000Imitation jewelery (can be used for pins and charms, not for actual jewelry)
62171000Clothing accessories, of all types of textile materials excl. knitted/crocheted
83062900Statuettes and other ornaments (useful for art dolls or any kind)
95030041Stuffed toy (intended for use by children) representing animals or non-human creatures
95030021Dolls representing only human beings
63079098Other textile items and patterns (for anything made of fabric pretty much, excl. masks)
392690For dolls/articles of plastic in general if they are plastic/silicone
Real World Experiences:
Toy-like art successfully shipped using HS code
63079098 labeled as "plush art doll" or "plush art horse"