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These aren't "Tree Change Dolls"; but, they are wonderful and also affordable!

Because the artist and creator of the fabulous "Tree Change" dolls was gracious enough to create video's so that anyone who wanted to give it a try would have an idea of how to go about the process of re-purposing "Bratz" dolls, artisans from around the world are now able to flood the market with wonderful hand-painted dolls providing moms and grandma's with options for the little girls in their lives so that they won't have to purchase the over-sexualized and, frankly demeaning to women, "Bratz" and "Monster High" dolls.

For many the original Tree Change Dolls are simply out of reach because of the cost and the limited supply.  I have decided to keep mine affordable and make no real profit from the sale of my "Just K.I.D.S" dolls. I am so grateful that Sonja chose to share this craft with the world so that there are now so many options for so many kids.  Tree Change Dolls are now selling for $260+ dollars a doll.  For those who cannot afford them or who might want to gift 10 kids for the price of one, my "Just K.I.D.S" are the perfect alternative starting at just $24.99.  I hope you feel that the artistry is of the same high quality.

In addition, over 50% from the sale of my Just K.I.D.S goes to an organization that helps rescue kids that are trapped in the sex trafficking industry and the other 50% simply covers my cost for supplies and packaging.   Last year we sold 100 dolls and were able to give $1,250 to Grace Network.  This year we hope to (at the very least) match that.

I am still getting photo's and emails from mom's who purchased a "Just K.I.D.S" doll last year, expressing how much their kids love my K.I.D.S.  I hope you visit my shop and snatch up a bunch.  You can always store them until the Holidays!

Here are a few photo's of the 2016 campaign.

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