Have you caught the cake pop bug? They are just adorable and so much fun to make. What are cake pops you ask? They are balls made of crumbled cake and icing that are dipped in melted white chocolate and stuck on a stick. So yummy! Don’t you know everything is better in miniature and served on a stick So today’s AG doll food craft is some cute Halloween Monster Cake pops, that are way more cute than spooky. My inspiration for this AG doll craft was a Wilton idea sheet. I think I found it in with their Halloween baking supplies at Jo-Ann’s. Those free idea sheets that you can find in stores are often great inspiration for doll crafts. Materials Needed for this AG doll food craft: Polymer Clay in White, Black, and assorted other colors Toothpicks Scissors Clear Nail Polish or Glaze for polymer clay You want … Continue reading
As much as I love crafting AG doll food from polymer clay, sometimes my daughters want a doll craft that is a little bit simpler. So we came up with these cute spiderweb cookies made from craft foam. I make iced spiderweb cookies every Halloween for my kids, so I thought it would be fun to craft some for their American Girl dolls too. Materials needed for this AG doll food tutorial: Tan Craft Foam (This is a great project to use up scraps) Pen Bottle Cap or something else approx. 3/4 inch in size to trace the cookie shape Scissors White Acrylic Paint Paintbrush Fine Tip Sharpie Pen Kids – be sure to ask your parent’s permission before starting this AG doll food craft! Start by tracing circles on your craft foam, using the bottle cap. You can space these pretty close together. Don’t ask me what that piece … Continue reading
I have recently started keeping a list of all the AG Doll Crafts free tutorials I come across as I surf the internet. I thought it would be a good idea to keep a master list for reference. It is an ever-evolving list but I thought I would share what I have so far. Huge List of American Girl Doll Crafts Although I eventually want to add more categories, so far I have sections for sewing, crochet, knitting, and paper crafts. I will be adding polymer clay, wood craft, and misc. sections soon. Know of any AG Doll crafts I missed? Leave a comment below and I will get it added.
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 headband. Here’s a closer pic. I had a blast assembling the little carton of milk printable. Isn’t the little cup of pink lemonade adorable? Loved the little box of conversation hearts! Emily is wearing some of the doll jewelry we received. Julie and Ashley anxiously check the mailbox for Valentines. Here is Julie with all the polymer clay and eraser cookies. She is also modeling some of the pretty jewelry we received. Ashley is showing … Continue reading
After seeing all the great polymer clay AG Doll food available on Etsy, I have been inspired to create some of my own. I thought a fun doll craft to start with would be some miniature Hershey Kisses. These don’t take a lot of clay and they are quite easy to make. A bag full of the polymer clay kisses would make a cute Valentine gift for your daughter and her favorite American Girl doll. Children will need their parent’s assistance with this doll craft as it involves using the oven. The Hershey Kiss on the left is the candy one. The candy Kiss on the right is the polymer clay one. American Girl Doll scale is 1:3 which means that if the real food is 3 inches in size, the AG Doll food should be 1 inch in size. The miniature Hershey Kiss is roughly the size and shape … 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, children should get their parent’s permission before making this or any other craft listed on this site. Materials needed to make this AG Doll craft: 4 x 5 inch piece of aluminum foil 3 x 4 inch piece of 1/16 inch Balsa or bass wood (you could also use sturdy cardboard) Elmer’s glue Scissors, Exacto Knife (adult use only) Doll-sized cookies – polymer clay, resin, plastic, etc. (optional) Instructions: Cut your wood or cardboard to … Continue reading