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 that they aren’t hot when you are shaping them, unlike real fortune cookies! Materials needed to make polymer clay fortune cookies: a block of tan polymer clay (I got about 25 cookies out of a block of clay but it depends on how thick you roll it.) 1.25 to 1.5 inch circle fondant cookie cutter (Wilton makes a 3 pack – you want the middle size. It makes perfectly scaled cookies for AG dolls.) chopstick … Continue reading
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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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