A mom of three is turning to online sewing and fashion tutorials to make baby dolls with her own two hands.
The project is one of many creative projects she has undertaken over the past year, and she has started a new blog to share her creations.
“I’ve got lots of friends that are into this, and I thought, what can I do with them to show them that it’s possible?” said Michelle, who is in her early 30s.
She has used a sewing machine and two sewing needles to create a variety of different styles for the dolls, and has even created her own sewing pattern.
Michelle says she has also used a few sewing machines and needles to make dolls that are made to fit different sizes, including baby dolls.
Michelle says it was her father who taught her sewing, so she was already familiar with the basics.
It took her a while to learn how to sew, but eventually she has learned to fold and sew using the two-hand machine.
I thought, this is a really interesting way to show my dad that I can make things and that’s cool, she said.
But she’s also been inspired by some other mommy bloggers who have created similar projects, including a young mother who is creating dolls that have a “babies face” and who has also started a blog about her hobby.
Melissa has been creating baby dolls since she was in preschool.
After graduating from high school, she worked as a housekeeper for a few years before moving back to her home state of Georgia to take on full-time work.
She now lives in a small town in southern Georgia and makes doll after doll.
When she gets home from work, she makes baby dolls from scratch.
She said her father taught her how to make a sewing pattern for her own dolls, so now she’s a full-fledged mom.
“I love doing it, it’s my whole life,” she said, adding that her goal is to one day be able to sell her creations online.
Moms in Georgia are also starting to start sewing their own doll collections, including one in which a mother has created a “baby doll” that has a baby face and a pink hat.
The “baby dolls” project has been featured in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ABC News and the Huffington Post.
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