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Marina Bychkova's dolls are as far from Barbie as you can get

When she was six years old, Marina Bychkova made her first doll out of the back of a cereal box. Little did she know that one day her dolls would sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

...and making the Canadian artist behind them hundreds of thousands of dollars

When she was six years old, Marina Bychkova made her first doll out of the back of a cereal box. Little did she know that one day her dolls would sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars. 4:11

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