BOCA RATON, Fla. - When it comes to dolls, Angelina Giani has more than enough.
"Like 30, or 36," she said.
But Angelina started to notice they don't look quite like her.
"They have blonde hair and they're mostly, very, very tall," said Giani.
So, the 8-year-old from Boca Raton, Fla., decided to write a letter to the company that makes Bratz dolls.
In her letter, Angelina asked if they could create a doll that resembled her. She even sent drawings.
Four weeks later, the drawings were brought to life.
"They actually made them and sent them in a box," said Giani.
MGA Entertainment, based in Los Angeles, produced three custom made dolls, and said in a statement:
"We were very impressed and touched by Angelina's designs."
Angelina's mom looked at this as a writing exercise for her daughter, but didn't expect the response.
"I never knew they were going to respond, I didn't think they would take her seriously," said Rosiana Giani.
Angelina hopes that one day her designs will be put on store shelves so everybody can buy them.
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