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    How to Make Mini Edible “Cake”

    Hello Everyone! Today I’m going to show you how to make a simple “cake” for your dolls that you can really eat (if you so desire)! Let us not waste any time getting into it! Mini “Cake” Ingredients: 2 gram crackers 1/2 cup powdered sugar 1 teaspoon of milk 1/2 teaspoon of butter Optional: Food coloring   Instructions: Take 2  the gram crackers and break them each in half, so you have 4 squares. In a bowl mix together the powdered sugar and milk. At this point it should be very sticky. Use the sticky frosting to adhere your crackers together in a stack. You can then add food coloring to the remaining…

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    5 Things that are actually NOT for the Garbage but Dolls!

    Hello, my friends! How are you? Today Grace and Saige will be sharing five things you should not be tossing in the garbage, but instead, give them to your dolls! I hope you enjoy the post! Here are Grace and Saige: Saige: Hey DN viewers! I am Saige Copeland and you are watching, “5 Things that are actually NOT for the Garbage but Dolls!” I am hosting with my close friend, Grace Thomas. Grace: Honestly, I am just here because I need to do something else for fun in my life besides making food. Saige: … Grace: Don’t Judge. Saige: Ok… Grace, can you just get the first item? Grace:…

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    DIY PORG!

    Hello there! (Guess who I just quoted from Star Wars?) Remember those adorable avians in Star Wars: The Last Jedi? That’s right, Porgs! Credit to google for this hunk of cuteness. ^ Last time, I told you I’d show you how I made a little porg for my Star Wars Forces of Destiny dolls. So, here we are! Using this tutorial you can make one in whatever size you want!   You will need: Air dry clay A school glue bottle (It does not have to have glue in it.) A toothpick Craft paint Optional: Mod Podge This porg picture for reference throughout: First, grab your clay, and massage it with water, so…

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    How to Make Real Mini Juice Pops!

    Hi, guys! Today I have a quick mini edible popsicle tutorial that Grace will be showing you how to make. You can have fun making these with your doll then popping them in your mouth to melt away. MMMMMM. Note: these are perfectly doll sized but are meant to be consumed by humans, because (as we all know) dolls can’t eat. XD  Also be careful, because the may drip onto your doll if she is holding them, and that might make her sticky. You have been warned.  Dun Dun Dun… I’ll hand the computer over to Grace: Grace here! I have taken over DN today to show you how to make…

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    AG Doll Room For Tenney!

      Hello Everyone! As you know, I don’t have a dollhouse yet. That doesn’t mean I still can’t make doll spaces, though. I decided there was no reason I couldn’t set up a fun room for Tenney! So that’s what I did. I just used stuff I already had. I hope this will inspire you to have a go at your dream doll room. So, I have Tenney’s Stage and dressing room. Here is the dressing room side, basically all cleared out of furniture ^.  I liked the wall print for Tenney and it was something easily available to me, so I used it. Next, I added my awesome bathroom rug I…

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    Mini Doll DIY Egg Chair

    Hey Everyone! Today here’s a quick Craft post on how to make an egg chair for your mini dolls!   Supplies: 1 cotton ball, empty toilet paper roll, extra paperboard (from a cereal box possibly), scissors (not pictured), sharpie (not pictured), hot-glue gun (not pictured), and a hairless half of a coconut shell (mine came from a package of cool individual ice creams, that come in the shells/skins of actual fruit!).     Cut down your toilet paper roll to the height you want it. Mine was about one and a half inch tall. (1 1/2 in.) I then colored it with a sharpie to make it look similar to…

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    DIY At Home Fireworks for Dolls

    Here is how to make some Fourth of July “Fireworks” for your dolls to “set off” in the backyard. I actually think they might be called “flowers” but I’m not sure.   Your materials will be: shiny red and blue paper, white cardstock, white string or embroidery floss, red and blue colored pencils, a glue stick, and a hot glue gun (with hot glue).     First, cut a rectangle out red paper that is about 3” by 2″. Do the same for the card stock. Use a glue stick to glue the red rectangle onto the card stock. This will make it sturdier. Trim off any excess. Then use…