Hi guys! Today I am going to show you how to make ice cream for stuffies! It is super-duper simple!
All you will need is:
- Air-Dry Clay
- A brown Sharpie marker (optional)
- An empty, clean, and dry fruit or yogurt cup
Put clay in to your cup, rounding it at the top, and use the Sharpie marker to make chocolate chips. Let it dry. The carton says that drying takes 3-4 days, but I think it could dry in 1-2. If you want a different “flavor” ice cream, skip the chocolate chips and paint it after it is dry.
Emmy Rose loves her ice cream!!!
Sammi the Monster is a very friendly monster that I made! Her best friend is Strawberry Kiwi the Beanie Ballz Tiger and her favorite foods are popsicles and carrots. She loves to exercise and hang out with friends.
Happy Macaron Day! No – I’m not making it up!!! In honor of this holiday, I thought I would show you how to make fake macarons!
What You Will Need:
- Colored craft foam or stiff felt
- Pipe cleaners
- Hot glue gun
Step 1: Cut out two circles of foam. The size depends on how big your stuffie or doll is.
Step 2: Cut your pipe cleaner so that it fits around a foam circle once.
Step 3: Glue the pipe cleaner to one circle with the hot glue gun.
Step 4: Repeat steps 2 and 3 to glue another pipe cleaner piece to the top of the other pipe cleaner. This will give your macaron fullness.
Step 5: Glue the other circle to the top.
You now have a macaron for your stuffed animals or dolls!
Tuitti Frutti and her friend Grace are really enjoying their macarons!!!
Hi everyone! Happy Christmas Eve Eve LOL! Today is cookie-making day here! Yummy AND fun 🙂
Cookie (Bulid-a-Bear) and Robin (Our Generation doll) are baking cookies too! The kitchen is a Journey Girls 18″ doll one and the mixer, sifter, flour, and wooden spoon are from American Girl’s ‘Grace’s Baking Set’. Cookie’s outfit and Robin’s sweater are from Buid-a-Bear. Robin’s apron and leggings are from Our Generation. The girls are really having fun baking cookies together! Cookie likes sugar cookies with sprinkles and Robin likes chocolate chip ones. There are some of Robin’s favorite’s in the oven. What are your favorite cookies?
Hi everyone! This is Clover, and today I’m going to show you all how to make a stuffie-sized beanbag chair.
- A square of cloth
- A stuffed animal to use the chair!
First you will need to make a ball of paper and tape it shut.
Now place the paper at the top middle of your cloth.
Next fold the sides of the cloth over your ball of paper.
Bring up the rest of the cloth and hold in the middle.
Now you will need to tape it shut where you were holding it.
Now you have a super-cute bean-bag chair for your stuffies!
This is a picture of me making a Plusheez owl. She’s really pretty, & her name is Bella. I’m pretty sure her brand isn’t actually Plusheez, though. Do any of you have one?
I don’t know about yours, but my stuffed animals love to chill. So I decided to show you how to make a super cute hammock for your stuffies to relax in! This (and mostly all the other crafts) can be used for dolls too. I based it off of an idea found on dolldiaries.com. Here is what you’ll need:
- 1 t-shirt (for most stuffed animals size youth medium-adult small)
- 2 rubber bands
- Fabric markers if you want to decorate your hammock
The first thing you do is decorate your t-shirt with fabric markers. Make sure you do the front and the back! Now cut the front apart from the back, but don’t cut around the neck and shoulders . Then, bunch the ends of the shirt together and tie them together with the rubber bands. Then slide the rubber bands onto a tree and put a stuffie in your hammock. Now your friends can relax!