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Did you see the story in February's Living on Jess Brown and her amazing handmade dolls?

You'll find a little sneak peak into her studio, as well as learn a bit about the story behind these beautiful dolls, and her crafting techniques.

And if you feel inspired to make your own dolls, follow our link found in the story to find these little cuties, and their how-tos-

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Get creative with the basic template for these cuddly dolls and personalize one for your child.

1 Get creative with the basic template for these cuddly dolls and personalize one for your child.

You'll find templates online to make a whole family of these gingham dolls.

2 You'll find templates online to make a whole family of these gingham dolls.

This braided octopus is simple enough that kids can help.

3 This braided octopus is simple enough that kids can help.

These gals were made by Emily Martin, of the popular blog and Etsy site, The Black Apple.
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4 These gals were made by Emily Martin, of the popular blog and Etsy site, The Black Apple. http://theblackapple.typepad.com

These little guys will guard your teeth until the tooth fairy comes to pick them up.

5 These little guys will guard your teeth until the tooth fairy comes to pick them up.

These cornhusk dolls were made using similar techniques to those used by Native Americans and early colonists.

6 These cornhusk dolls were made using similar techniques to those used by Native Americans and early colonists.

 

Comments (2)

  • So pretty! I can't wait to grab the magazine.

  • I loved the dolls feature in your February issue and also here on your site. So inspiring- I will make a doll for my daughter with these easy instructions!

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