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Orange Ballerina Doll

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    Orange Ballerina

This fun, stylish girl wears her hair in freeform dreadlocks (some of her locs have combined to form a thick loc). She wears multicolored leggings with a geometric/floral print and a light gray top. Her bright and lovely tutu brings out the subtle orange flowers in her leggings and contrasts nicely with the blue. 

She is an heirloom doll, hand crafted and designed with thoughtfulness. She makes a wonderful companion for any one who is able to play with her gently, or she can be used as decoration. 

Materials: 
Cotton fabric, hypoallergenic polyester fiberfill, nylon tulle (skirt), hair made from wool yarn

Colors: 
Hair- brown
Skin- paper bag
Leggings- Multi colored (blue, pink, orange, yellow, green, red, aqua)
top- light gray
Tutu- orange

Care: spot clean or hand wash gently in cool-warm water, flat dry. 

Length: 14 inches

Hairstyle: "freeform"

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