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You'll Love How This Mom Restores Old Dolls To Make Them Look Like Real Girls

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You'll Love How This Mom Restores Old Dolls To Make Them Look Like Real Girls

Love them or hate them, Bratz dolls have been around for quite a while now. And if you know the name, then you probably remember the various controversies over their appearance.

The dolls are made for 12-year-old girls, but their sexy, long-legged appearance doesn't look anything like a little girl. Over the years, many mothers have pointed out that these dolls aren't really doing anything to teach young girls about self-worth or the harm of objectifying women.

This is where Tree Change Dolls came in. Created by mother and recycling enthusiast Sonia Singh, the dolls are discarded Bratz dolls that get a second chance at life. Hammonds carefully restores the dolls and give them a naturalizing make-over so that they actually look like little girls.



“My sisters and I grew up playing with second-hand dolls and home-made toys in the beautiful Tasmanian natural environment,” Singh explains. “I love the satisfaction of repairing and reusing discarded items to give them a new lease on life.”

"My Tree Change Dolls have been rescued and rehabilitated from op-shops and tip shops around Tasmania. These little fashion dolls have opted for a change of lifestyle, swapping high-maintenance glamour for down-to-earth style."

After the makeover is finished and the doll is ready to find a new home, Singh photographs her creation in a natural, outdoor environment that actually looks like a place a kid would want to play in.

Each restored doll is a piece of art. And each doll works to make the world a little more sustainable. We love everything about the Tree Change Dolls concept.









Via Cosmopolitan

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