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Thursday, October 1, 2015
Monday, September 28, 2015
-1 Paper Mache Witches Hat
-Optional Recycled Bow
Step 1-Assemble all your supplies and remove the sticker from the bottom of the hat.
Step 2- Paint the outside of your hat from brim to tip and allow it to dry.
Step 3- Turn your hat over and paint the bottom of the hat and touch up any patches that need it on the hat.
Step 4- Once your hat is dry add your Halloween stickers and if you would like a bow.
Your hat is now ready for your doll to wear!
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Just in time for Halloween , our super cute Candy Corn Witch is the perfect costume for your doll !
Candy Corn Dress with Hat
and a little surprise !
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- Open to US and Canadian residents only at this time
- Doll is not included in giveaway
- Good Luck everyone !
- Winner is decided by Random.org
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
Monday, September 14, 2015
Using items you may already have on hand you can create these little aprons for your dolls or as a party craft!
-Ribbon (4 strips cut to 11 inches)
-A Small Flower or Leaf for decoration
-Buttons for decoration
-A Glue Gun and Glue Sticks.
Step 1- Fold your felt in half length wise and cut up the center fold. One piece of felt will give you two aprons! Plug in your glue gun.
Step 2- Fold that felt in half length wise again and use a marker to mark where you will cut. Start one inch from the open ends and draw a curved line down three inches. Cut out what you have marked as shown in the photo above and open your apron and lay it flat.
Step 3- Fold up the bottom edge of your apron up 2 1/2 inches and use your hand to make a line.
Step 5- Turn your apron over. If you have not yet cut your ribbon cut 4 pieces to 11 inches.
Step 6- Add a dab of glue on each side of the back of the apron pocket and press one ribbon end into each dab of glue.
Step 7 - Add more glue at the top at the corners and press in the remaining two pieces of ribbon. Allow it to dry and turn it over.
Now your apron is ready for your dolls to wear!
I look forward to sharing more doll crafts with you again on our next Make It Monday!~ Karen Owen aka Karen Mom of Three
Monday, August 31, 2015
To make you own you will need:
-A low temp glue gun with glue stick
-Felt and Scrap for Monogram
My pattern is 9 inches across the top, 7 1/2 inches at the bottom and the sleeves are 3 inches from the top to the bend in the arm.
Step 2- Place the pattern on your felt and trace it with a pencil. Plug in your glue gun to warm it up.
Step 3- Cut out your shrug from the felt and pencil markings you have made. Cut up the center of the front of the felt and then try the shrug on.
Step 4- Remove the felt shrug from your doll and re line up the edges. Along the under arm curves place a thin line of glue and press the piece together. Repeat on the other side to create your shrug.
Step 5- Cut out a Letter (the first name of your dolls name, I used Samantha so I cut out an S) and add glue to the back and press it into place on the outside of your dolls shrug, on the left hand side jus above where her "heart" would be.
Once it is dry you can put it on your doll!
~ Karen Owen aka Karen Mom of Three