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Baytown, TX
(Zone 9a)

February 18, 2009
4:14 AM

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My Mom passed away in 2011 but I thought this might still be of interest.

When my Mom was in her seventies she decided to learn to sculpt.

She started with Salt dough, then went to the Super Sculpey around 1991-1992. She never had a lesson in her life. She bought books on body proportion and then started experimenting. She really enjoyed it!

These are some of her Sculpey dolls. A few of the dolls have weighted feet and can even stand on their own! They are truly "one of a kind dolls". I hope you enjoy them. We sure have!


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