Kate Ylst is the founder of Tiny Wide Smiles - Doll Clinic and author of the children's picture book "I Love You Now, I Loved You Then." (under the easier-to-spell pen name Kate Isles.) She earned her BFA in Sculpture from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco in 2004. Kate founded Tiny Wide Smiles after her son was born with a cleft lip and palate in 2010. Through her book and custom dolls, she is dedicated to helping families deal with the self esteem and social issues associated with facial differences, spreading awareness, and bringing a sense of normalcy to people touched by one of America's most common birth defects*. Her work has been featured in the Salt Lake Tribune and ABC 4's "Good Things Utah."
We did it! Thanks to YOU!!
With your support, we succesfully raised enough funds to produce a plush baby with a bilateral cleft!! Thank you!!!
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We love seeing our dolls in their new homes, sharing a unique smile with the ones they love! If you'd like to share, send your pictures to TinyWideSmiles@gmail.com