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about tamara

Hey there! Welcome to my happy corner of the internet! I'm a 35-year-old Graphic Designer & Illustrator. I was born and raised in southern Louisiana and it's currently where I reside. When I'm not creating content for social media, I enjoy all types of things such as mechanical keyboard building, diamond painting, oil pastel/gouache painting, and reading. I'm happily married to my husband, who I lovingly refer to as "Reborn Daddy" in my social media content. We've been together 12 years and married for two (this coming August). I'm blessed to have such a supportive and encouraging partner. Reborn dolls can be a niche hobby and not for everyone, but they make me happy and he supports my enjoyment in them.

I have always had a love of dolls and as I grew up, the adoration grew as well. Dolls were my go-to as a child growing up with severe asthma. Pets and furry stuffed animals were off limits for me. Like most girls, I grew up playing with Barbie but my knowledge on different types of dolls expanded over time. I've collected plush toys, toy line fashion dolls, resin ball jointed dolls and more but my heart has always been drawn to the beauty and craftsmanship of reborn dolls.

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about dollielovex3

I discovered reborn dolls in 2009 as a newly graduated high-schooler with a part-time job. I remember searching online for a gently used American Girl doll, my dream doll at the time, when I came across reborn dolls. I was so captivated by the realism and the process in creating them. The rest is history!

I decided to share what I'd learned about the Reborn Doll hobby in 2015. I never imagined my YouTube channel to grow as it has, and to meet so many kind and unique people who enjoyed these dolls just as I have.

I've also had the opportunity of being a promoter for a couple of talented reborn doll artists, the most recent being Pumpkin Doodle Babies by Kory Fann. It has been such a fun experience to use my social media platform to help spread the word about talented artists' work, and in turn, being compensated in dolls!

dolls are like potatoe chips;
you can never have just one. :)

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