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This Artist Removes Make-Up From The Dolls To Give Them A More Realistic Look

Tired of the glamorous looks and the make-up of her daughter’s Bratz Dolls, a creative mom decided to remove the make-up of the dolls to make them look more like real little girls. The Australian Sonia Singh has launched Tree Change Dolls, which is about taking old and discarded toys and transform them before reselling them, creating an awesome recycling and upcycling project!

More info: Tree Change Dolls, Instagram (h/t: ufunk)

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