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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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Category Archives: 18 inch Doll Kitchen
Every dolly cook needs a good doll cast iron skillet in her kitchen. I found mine at a local Cracker Barrel Restaurant and it made a great addition to the kitchen display I am putting together. You might also be able to find a doll cast iron skillet at your local sporting goods store. I have seen them at Gander Mountain and Bass Pro shops. They are commonly sold as spoon rests. At just 3.5 … Continue reading
I use a lot of mason jars in my kitchen for freezing soups and broths. Since I cap them with reusable plastic lids, I have an abundance of the metal canning lids and rings that came with the jars. As I recently discovered, the lids are the perfect size for AG doll plates. I spray painted several of them black for use on the doll Halloween table. By changing the color of paint, you can … Continue reading
Back in the 50′s, when she was a young housewife, my grandmother started a salt and pepper shaker collection. At one time she had over 100 pairs, ranging from animals, to kitchen appliances, to figurines. By the time I was born, most of her collection was in storage. When I was a teenager she allowed me to choose some pieces from her vintage salt and pepper shaker collection for the dollhouse I was building. (I … Continue reading
Yesterday I told you about the AG doll sized Valentine cookies I found at Hobby Lobby. I am in the process of making an 18 inch doll kitchen scene for Emily, so I thought it would be fun to make a doll-sized baking sheet to use with the Valentine cookies. I had all the supplies on hand so it was free to make! This is a great craft to do with your kids. As always, … Continue reading