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Wow, she's amazing! I can't believe you've just taken this up! I'm sure the final put-together doll will be beautiful! Happy new year!

Well, from one who was bitten by the "doll bug" a while ago, I can say that you are in good company! I've yet to meet a doll person that I don't like. I love the one you're working on and look forward to seeing it done. I have also thought a lot about why I like dolls and I still don't have an answer! Perhaps it is just the human form. After all, what led you to draw children? Probably the same thing that leads to an interest in dolls. I don't know, but I know I find them fascinating! BTW, I picked up a nice American Girl doll this weekend at the thrift store for $1.50! They are very appealing. More so in person!

Hey Heather, Don't you just love when you try something totally new with polymer clay that you never thought you would get into. I like how the head has that grandma or mom's old doll kinda look about it. Elizabeth is real into dolls and I'm sure she'd be happy to help- if you need anything just email her. :)

Heather I love the charactor your face is developing. I can't wait to see the finished doll. It was so much fun watching you stitch away at the sewing machine making clothes for the girl's dolls.

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