Bratz Doll Makeover into Wholesome Tree Change Dolls

by June Fuentes on February 13, 2015 in Creativity, Fun, Nurture

One mom found a way to redo dolls from her local thrift store for her daughters to encourage wholesome play. You can watch her story on how she made Tree Change dolls:



What are your favorite dolls for girls?


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June Fuentes

June Fuentes is the happy wife to Steve and blessed homeschooling mother to eight beautiful children that they are raising for the Lord. She has a heart to see mothers all around the world grasp the vision of biblical motherhood and to see this noble role restored in the 21st century to the glory of God. June strongly believes that weak homes equate a weak nation and therefore blogs at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home to minister to Christian women on how to build up strong Christian homes. She is also the owner of Raising Homemakers, and is the author of the encouraging eBooks, True Christian Motherhood and How to Build a Strong Christian Home. She is the founder of Wise Woman Consulting, her service to teach women how to successfully make money blogging at home and a consultant for Lilla Rose, where you can find unique and beautiful hair products. She would love for you to join her on the journey to biblical womanhood on Facebook and Twitter at @wisewomanbuilds.

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Gill February 13, 2015

Thank you for sharing this inspiring ladies hobby! When my daughter was given a bratz doll at age 5, it “sadly” disappeared the next day. Since then I have seen many of them discarded in flea markets or thrift stores. How nice that they can be recycled so positively. What are manufacturers thinking?

Melissa February 13, 2015

That is really so amazing! Good for that family, I wish them much success. I wish toy manufacturers would take notice that parents don’t want their daughters playing with such provocative dolls. Girls need realistic dolls to play with that will encourage their natural beauty. Now if we can just get clothing manufacturers to make clothes that are more modest.

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