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Making a voodoo doll requires about 3 hours and basic sewing skills. Supplies needed include cloth, needles, sewing pins, thread, Spanish moss and personal effects from the person the doll is intended to represent. Perso... More »

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According to Voodoo Museum, it is necessary to name a Voodoo doll and personalize it before using it in a spell. After naming and personalizing the doll, practitioners may add herbs or other materials to the doll. Stick ... More »

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In "Terraria," The Guide Voodoo Doll is dropped only by the Voodoo Demons in the Underworld. The Guide Voodoo Doll is an item used to kill the Guide NPC and summon the Wall of Flesh. Equipping the Guide Voodoo Doll acces... More »

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According to Voodoo Museum, it is necessary to name a Voodoo doll and personalize it before using it in a spell. After naming and personalizing the doll, practitioners may add herbs or other materials to the doll. Stick ... More »

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All of the colors of pins in a voodoo doll stand for something. There are seven colors of pins used for voodoo dolls, which are yellow for success or money, white for positivism, pink for death, red for power, purple for... More »

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Some strategies to stand out in a crowd include being different, working the room and developing conversational skills. Standing out in a crowd doesn’t have to mean being boisterous or loud; it’s more about creating an i... More »

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A popular National Boss's Day saying is, "By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may eventually get to be the boss and work 12 hours a day." Another popular saying is, "The ear of the leader must ring with the voic... More »

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