As many (if not all) of you know, Grace Thomas was the spunky, brave, baking- champ American Girl Of The Year for 2015. Many -a- blog has been dedicated to Grace’s French themed clothing, accessories, and food, as well as the doll, herself. However, our family had not yet added the freckle- faced cutie to our collection… until now! Continue reading Christmas with Grace Thomas
Our weather is growing cooler by the day, and I know autumn will succumb to winter before we know it. While the seasons are mild here, my daughter loves to pretend her dolls experience a much more intense winter! Therefore, at my daughter’s request, I spent the last few days (on and off) constructing a cozy, rustic fireplace for her dolls to enjoy.
AG pet food and water templatePet ownership is a fun part of childhood for kids and dolls, alike. Pets can be our companions, family members, and best friends and it is important that we treat them well.
My daughter’s dolls have a brown lab, named Camper. To help her dolls take care of their dog, I wanted to make a feeding station.
What kid dislikes holiday decorations? Not mine, that’s for sure.
Whether it is hearts on Valentine’s day, or trees and stockings on Christmas, kids think more is more!
On Halloween, families carve pumpkins into unique décor, perfect for the season. I thought it would be fun for my daughter’s dolls to participate in this holiday tradition. Continue reading American Girl Halloween: Jack-O-Lanterns
According to my daughter, the best thing about October is Halloween, and the best thing about Halloween is CANDY! (I can’t disagree.)
So, it seems fitting to share with you how I make American Girl- sized candy corn.
This craft is quick and easy, with almost no artistic skills needed.
Perfect, right? Continue reading Making Candy Corn For Your Dolls
It has been a busy several days in our house. Homeschool is back in swing, and added to the demands of a very energetic 15 month old boy, I have been less able to entertain the craft requests of my daughter.
But, fear not. My little doll enthusiast reminds me often of what she wants. Continue reading Sew Halloween Socks For Your Dolls
Continuing with our Halloween theme, I want to share a very simple doll Halloween costume idea with you: Felt Witch Hats!
My daughter was thrilled with this idea, and helped me pick the colors and embellishments for the two hats I made for her dolls. The end results are very cute and fit the dolls perfectly. Continue reading Make Felt Witch Hats for an American Girl Halloween
It is officially autumn, and even though we don’t experience much change in southern California, the kids and I are excited about this season! We all love the seasonal foods,(pumpkin pie, anyone?) and the (hopefully) cooler weather, but my daughter’s favorite thing about fall is Halloween!
I just knew she would be thrilled to be able to celebrate such a fun holiday with her dolls, so I created these Trick-or-Treat bags to add to the fun! Continue reading Halloween Trick- or -Treat Bags For American Girl Dolls
School is back in session, so I thought it would be fun to share with you how I made the food for the American Girl Doll Hot Lunch Set. My daughter loves to play school with her dolls, and this set adds to the school-day fun!
I used several different brands of polymer clay for my doll food, like Sculpey III, Premo, and Fimo brands. I used a variety of colors, which are shown in the video, and tools to form the food. Here is a basic list of supplies I used: Continue reading Making American Girl Hot Lunch Food
About this time one year ago, I was a desperate mother frantically scouring eBay to find American Doll sized utensils to use in a Christmas gift for my daughter. I knew I need spoons and forks to coordinate with some of the homemade doll food I was crafting, and I was disappointed to find such a limited and expensive selection available for retail.
Well, for all those other mothers (or doll moms) in a similar predicament, I HAVE A SOLUTION!