My daughters recently finished up a nut and candy sale for their Girl Scout Troops. One of the items they were selling was this cute commemorative suitcase tin celebrating 100 years of Girl Scouts. It came packed with yummy caramels. I originally bought one thinking the tin would be a cute keepsake for the girls. However after we received it, I realized it is the perfect size for a doll suitcase. My daughters have been enjoying letting their American Girl dolls go on vacation! So be sure to keep an eye out for these Girl Scout suitcase tins on eBay or in thrift stores. It has been a fun addition to my girls’ collection of play things for their dolls.
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Hi! I'm Jen - a mom of 2 little girls who love their American Girl Dolls. I have so much fun making all sorts of AG doll crafts with my daughters and started this blog to share what we have been creating. I hope you are inspired to make some doll crafts with that special little girl in your life!
Kids - Please get an adult's permission before making any of the crafts on this site! You may need their help for some of the steps.
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