Firstly, the artisan arranges an empty sauce bottle. Then she empties five packs of an epoxy compound mixed with Talc powder in a bowl for firm solidity and smooth texture. Once it is combined into an appropriate texture, a wooden roller is used to flatten the epoxy compound. Now applying enough adhesive all over the bottom part of the bottle, the flattened epoxy compound is placed over the bottle. These rolls can be of any geometrical shape, cut as per the indented design. For example, rectangle shapes with curvy edges will make the doll's legs, circles, and triangles form jewelry, another thin roll for hips, oval shapes for thighs, etc. Here knife is set to use for removing extra portions as well as highlight curves and shapes used for the doll. The adhesive is also applied to the cap of the sauce bottle, and a much thicker shape of epoxy is attached to the cap, forming the head of the tribal lady doll. The next step will be to ornate the structure, for this, bangles, earrings, and armlets made of epoxy are fixed with adhesive. Towards the end, the artisan uses empty pen refills to correct the body parts as well as ornaments of the tribal lady doll, and then it is left to dry for two hours. Once the epoxy dries artisan uses a paintbrush to colour the complete doll in black acrylic colour. After it gets dry, a shade of copper acrylic colour will also be glossed, thus giving an antique gaze to the final output.