|Create Your Dream Doll Mila is an 11-inch all-vinyl doll by Ruby Red Toys.|
|Mila's close-up illustrates her hair texture, eye color, and possibly her freckles.|
|Mila is dressed casually and comes with a bi-fold card that tells her story.|
|A faintly visible sketch of a doll is included on the above sheet that accompanied Mila to encourage the doll's owner to "create a dream doll."|
|Ruby Red Toys also included a lined sheet of paper for the would-be doll designer to write their doll's story.|
|This side of Mila's box illustrates Summer, Clara, Erik, Marina, and Erin.|
|Tanya, Jeanette, Vicky, and Mila are on the opposite side panel.|
|All nine dolls in the Create Your Dream Doll series are on the back of the box with an invitation for other children to create their very own dream doll.|
|...Mila wanted to share my discovery that her feet are sculpted to accommodate sandals.|
|Mila poses with Kelsey from the Ruby Red Siblies collection. Even though Mila is shorter, she can wear Kelsey's clothes. Kelsey can wear sandals, too.|
|The entire Ruby Red dolls in my collection are from L-R James, Mila, Kelsey, and By the Sea Maya and her cloth doll.|
|The Ruby Red gang posed for this final photo.|
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