Dear TheDemonKing02 --
1) Christians may baptize a doll. Others name the doll. This is not Step 1; it comes after making the doll, and so it is Step 2.
2) The doll is made BEFORE it is named or baptized, so the order you have these steps in is WRONG. The doll may be purchased and not handmade. The doll may be made of an "unstuffable" material such as wax or clay. The doll may be sewn of clothing worn by the target person and need not be "stuffed" with herbs at all; it may be stuffed, for instance, with scented incense powder. Therefore your idea of what is "correct" is incorrect. Making the doll is Step 1, not step 2.
3) No, you do not put a picture of YOURSELF on the doll. You put a photo of the face (or body) of the TARGET person on the doll -- if you have one. You can use glue to affix it or sew it; a pin would not be traditional or appropriate. And, again, adding a picture, which is optional is done while MAKING the doll, which means it is part of Step 1, and is not Step 3.
4) I recommend that you study hoodoo with reputable workers whom you respect. To say you "heard on something" is simply foolish. Do your own research here in the forum if you want to learn traditional ways of working.Consider paying for a session of magical coaching from a member of AIRR. For instance, i charge $60.00 per hour for coaching and you can basically ask me questions and record my replies for an hour at a time, as often as you care to book me. Others at AIRR, such as Madame Nadia, do the same, although their rates and terms may differ from mine. As far as using coloured pins go, this would be an extension of the use of colours in candles. But note that the idea of using a pin is to cause PAIN. (Yes, even the pain of love, which is called "longing" or "desire.") Therefore, using a yellow-headed pin for "success" as you theorized makes no sense, because success is never a pain; it is only a pleasure. To deny someone success, you might use black-headed pins, as with any curse. However, to be perfectly and completely clear, the use of colour-coded map pins is silly to me and i never use them at all, never have, and never will because they are not easily obtained and have never been part of a domestic sewing kit. Furthermore, clay dolls are stuck with small finishing nails, and that is what i use when i make clay dolls. Large wooden dolls may be stuck with knives. Cloth dolls may be sliced with knives or cut with scissors. Wax dolls may be stuck with cactus spines or blackberry or rose thorns. Wax or clay dolls may be smashed with hammers or rocks. Your understanding is too limited, so your attempts at rule-making are not deeply considered at this point.
I hope that you learn to study more and make rules less.
Start with this free web page from AIRR:
Category:Doll Babies, Voodoo Dolls, and Poppetshttp://www.readersandrootworkers.org/wi ... nd_Poppets
Next, "The Black Folder" is a book with extensive and highly detailed instructions for you on making dolls for love, cursing, and so forth.
The Black Folder: Personal Communications on the Mastery of Hoodoo edited by catherine yronwode
You can order right here in the Forum by clicking on the blue Add To Cart button.
Good luck. And please, change your user-name. It is unfriendly and aggressive. We do not deal happily with "demons" here.
If you mean it as a religious allusion, it would seem to refer to Ravana, the Demon King in the Hindu Ramanaya, or to Asmodeus (Ashmedai), the Demon King who killed all of the suitors of Sarah, daughter of Raguel, and who was conquered with the help of the Archangel Raphael in The Book of Tobit and who was later bested and utterly banished by King Solomon in a Talmudic tale.
If it is a modern literary allusion, then "The Demon King is the first of four books in The Seven Realms Series by Cinda Williams Chima" and "Demon King Daimao is a Japanese graphic novel series written by Shotaro Mizuki and illustrated by Souichi Itō."
None of these have anything to do with African American folk magic, and since demons are antagonists, i would really prefer to see you change your persona, lest you too be banished.