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Munny dolls are vinyl action figures with moveable joints that you can decorate any way you like. On "The Martha Stewart Show," guests Rosie O'Donnell and radio hosts Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman Hutt customized their mini Munny dolls with stickers, markers, yarn, glitter, and a variety of other crafts supplies and tools.

To purchase your own customizable Munny doll, and for more ideas and tips, visit kidrobot.com/munny.

Special Thanks

Special thanks to guests Rosie O'Donnell ("Crafty U") and radio hosts Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Koppelman Hutt ("Whatever with Alexis and Jennifer") for demonstrating this craft. Special thanks to Kid Robot for giving Munny dolls to our studio audience. For more fun projects, check out the new "Martha Stewart Encyclopedia of Crafts."

Comments (8)

Anonymous
January 5, 2019
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Anonymous
April 2, 2009
Atomic Books/Atomic Pop in Baltimore will also be having a Munny exhibit! Incredible stuff. Preview here: http://tinyurl.com/38v3es
Anonymous
April 2, 2009
Rosie O'Donnell gave all the audience members a Munny doll to take home. My two kids DD7 and DS3 loved them. They come with the markers and an adorable accessory like glasses or a crown. Sparked the kids imagination right away and they created two very "unique" works of self expression within a half hour or so.
Anonymous
April 2, 2009
HeatherKnapp, you can order Munnys from Atomic Books/Atomic Pop in Baltimore: http://www.atomicbooks.com/search.php?prpp=15
Anonymous
April 1, 2009
I was lucky enough to get tickets to the craft show and went there with my mom and sister! The show was fabulous. Rosie is such a wonderful person. She came over and looked at my mosiac pieces and chatted with us during the break. Martha was just as stunning in real life as she is on T.V. Alexis and Jennifer made the show extra special and very funny. Loved the whole experience : )
Anonymous
March 31, 2009
Where can you buy these dolls?
Anonymous
March 31, 2009
I listened to the show on Sirius. It was great even without the visuals! Rosie, Alexis, Jennifer
Anonymous
March 31, 2009
I really love when Rosie is on the show! Her honesty is refreshing! Although it does seem pushy to some I just dont see it. I think she has a kind heart and wouldnt deleberatly hurt anyone.