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WIN this 2 foot tall, hand-painted, transformed doll!

WIN THIS DOLL! I am holding a drawing starting today which will run through December 1st.   We really need to sell the last of the 100 "Just K.I.D.S." dolls before December 15th in order to reach our goal for this campaign and present a check to the Grace Network. Everyone who purchases a "Just K.I.D.S" doll between now and December 1st will be entered into the drawing to WIN this doll absolutely free (including shipping). We must however, sell all remaining 30 dolls by that date. So be sure to tell your friends and get everyone you know to participate. Thanks for helping out.

I found a 2 foot tall used Bratz doll, but when she arrived she had sustained damage and was headed for the trash bin. Under her chin a small piece had cracked away and her head wobbled around without support. I was so sad. She spent 5 hours last night undergoing cervical spine surgery and woke up in recovery with just a small scar at the base of her neck. Her head no longer wobbles and she is as good as new.  

Please read the reviews that are coming in from those who have already purchased a doll:  CUSTOMER REVIEWS

People tell me, "Oh I love these, but I don't have any little girls to give to".  You can always purchase one of these little dolls and give it as a surprise gift to some little girl on your block or at your church.  Just a thought.  They will remember that act of kindness for a very long time plus you will be helping the organization impact the lives of little girls you don't even know.   

Hope you will help.


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