Little MO Dolls

When you get my Make A Little MO Doll book, and make a doll or two, be sure to send me your photos so they can be added to this page!
Everyone loves to see what others are making. Include a bit of info that you want included with your dolls, too. Don't forget to mention what you call your little dolls, or their names.

Made by Gale L of Florida.
She is an experienced wooden Hitty carver and has also
made dolls in clay, paperclay and cloth, to name a few.
The doll on the left is Bettina, her newest little polymer doll,
and the one on the right is Audra, her first doll with a new wig and new outfit.
Made by Christine S.
She makes the tiniest little jointed bears,
and is now trying her hand at little polymer dolls.
This is Violet, her first polymer doll
made using the Little MO book.
Made by Pauline N.
she is a beginner and
her doll is named Charlotte.


Made by Gale L of Florida.
She is an experienced wooden Hitty carver and has also
made dolls in clay, paperclay and cloth, to name a few.
She used this book as inspiration to try something a little different.
Her doll is named Audra. Gale also made Audra's toys.
Made by Pamela P. of Wisconsin.
She makes and sells dolls
under the name Hannypanny,
at www.hannypanny.com
Made by Irene H. of Wisconsin.
she is a beginner and
her doll is named Henrietta.



make a mo book You see what others have made, now you can buy the book as a PDF and give it a try!

Try your hand at making your very own little dolls, like my Little MO Dolls. I've made almost 1400 of these endearing little dolls, and thought it would be great to see others give it a try! This book is 48 pages long, in PDF format. It's loaded with several hundred color photos with step-by-step instructions to show you exactly how I make my Little MO Dolls, from what supplies I use, all the way to stringing the dolls. There's also full size templates you can print out to use when rolling and cutting your clay.

I took the photos in this book while I was making my last large batch of dolls, in June 2013. This book explains how I make one of my regular size girls. It certainly isn't the only way to make a polymer doll, but it is the way I make mine. So for less than half the price of one of my original dolls, you can learn how to make as many of them as you want! Maybe even sell a few! I can't wait to see what people will create with this book. So if you buy the book and make a doll or two, or three.... be sure to send photos so I can add them to this page.

#M100 - Make a Little MO Doll - PDF Book .........$29.95



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