Gov. Perry 'voodoo doll' maker to donate sales to Planned Parenthood

Gov. Perry 'voodoo doll' maker to donate sales to Planned Parenthood

A Houston seamstress is sewing politics into her latest project. She's making voodoo dolls of Governor Rick Perry in protest of the state's abortion bill.

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by KHOU.com staff

KREM.com

Posted on July 18, 2013 at 7:10 AM

HOUSTON -- A Houston seamstress is sewing politics into her latest project. She's making voodoo dolls of Governor Rick Perry in protest of the state's abortion bill.

Michelle Sinched first posted the dolls on her Facebook page, offering business and casual versions.

Each comes with a blank sign for buyers to personalize and three handmade tampon pins.

The dolls cost between $25 and $30.

Sinched said all profits will go toward the Planned Parenthood.

She's sold at least a few so far.

Meanwhile, Perry is scheduled to sign the abortion bill into law on Thursday.

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