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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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Monthly Archives: February 2012
About this time last year, my daughters informed me that their AG dolls needed an Easter basket. So I set to work designing one from plastic canvas. Since Easter is fast approaching, I thought I would share it here. The 18 inch doll Easter Basket works up really quick and doesn’t require much plastic canvas or yarn. It is an easy enough pattern that young girls can make it by themselves with a little guidance. … Continue reading
I make a lot of clothes for my daughters’ dolls. If I have enough fabric left over, I like to also make matching hair accessories. With just a small piece of fabric and 15 minutes, you can have a cute matching American Girl doll headband. First cut a piece of fabric 3″ x 10″. I like to use a disappearing ink pen to mark the fabric to make sure it is uniform in size. Turn … Continue reading
Whenever I go to the store, I am always on the lookout for items that my daughters can use for American Girl doll play. Over the weekend I found two great novelty lip balms that are the perfect size for AG dolls. At Walmart, in the cosmetics department, I discovered this adorable Hershey’s Syrup Lip Balm. It was $1.99. As a bonus, the lip balm smells amazing! So I will definitely be using it all … Continue reading
Poor Rebecca has been dealing with a misaligned eye for some time now. It has really been bothering Miss S lately, so we decided to send Rebecca off to the American Girl Doll Hospital for an eye replacement. Imagine our surprise when we received her back today – a mere 6 days later. Rebecca arrived back in a cute hospital gown, wearing little socks with a heart on them, and had a pink hairbow in … Continue reading
My youngest daughter and I sat down over the weekend and made some cute Valentine cookies for her American Girl dolls. My medium of choice for 18 inch doll food is polymer clay. It is easy to shape and is quite sturdy after you bake it, holding up well to play. I thought I would share some ideas for making some Valentine doll cookies of your own. Materials I used: Pasta machine Polymer clay extruder … Continue reading
My daughters and I were thrilled to be able to participate in this year’s Coconut Cupids Valentine Swap over at AG Playthings. We had so much fun making the fortune cookies and Hershey’s Kisses for the swap. Today we received our package of goodies and had a blast going through it all. We received so many goodies for our AG Kitchen. Lots of Valentine cookies and treats! Lauren looks adorable in her new apron and … Continue reading
I have plans this Valentine’s Day to bake some fortune cookies for my kids and fill them with slips of paper containing little jokes and witty sayings. I am even thinking about using a little bit of red food coloring to make them pink! Which got my mind wandering about making some doll-sized ones. My medium of choice for AG doll food is polymer clay. The nice thing about making polymer clay fortune cookies is … Continue reading