I discovered this great thing recently – I can make a book out of a single piece of paper, with nothing but a pair of scissors. For more tales from the sunshine house, book ideas and imaginative activities, visit me over at Facebook. You can also sign up for my monthly newsletter, which is full of sunny goodness. Very clever and my daughter is always stapling paper together to make books, this is a way better idea! Making Yarn Dolls is a fun project that can be done with boys or girls and doesn't take long to create, but they make a great project for a snowy day. To make yarn dolls you just need some yarn (and any yarn will do, so if you don't have any you can look for the cheapest yarn at the store!), scissors, and some ribbon. Cut the arms away from the main skein of yarn and cut 2 small pieces of yarn to tie up the arms with.
Take something larger, either a large piece of cardboard, a thin book, or a dvd case (like I'm using here) and loosely wrap more yarn around it to start forming a body for your doll.
Carefully remove the yarn doll's body from whatever you used to wrap it around and tie off a section for her head. Take the yarn doll's body and part her dress, place the arms in the middle of the body and snugly up against the underneath of the dolls head. Use another small piece of yarn to tie a waist right below the arms to hold them into place on the doll. To form the bun on the girl doll simply gather up a bit of the loops of yarn in the back of her head and use a small extra piece of yarn to create a little bun. For a fancy doll you can use the ribbon to tie a pretty bow around her waist or around the bun in her hair.
She's all ready to be played with and for your little ones to make a little family to go with her! I made one of these for my daughter about 16 years ago, she called him Mr Blue (he had legs and was blue) based on the toy of one of the characters on a kids programme called Tots TV.
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These My Little Pony cookies were pretty time consuming, so I made six total with some coordinating flower cookies.  One of these cookies made it on top of the most delicious chocolate cake.


For the My Little Pony Cookie template I start by outlining and cutting the pony shape on the back of a paper plate… keeping all things touching the dough food safe. I use a sharp paring knife to then cut out the dough.  Make the dough is very cold so that it is easy to cut out the shapes and trace the My Little Pony cookie template with a knife. I am now ready to decorate the My Little Pony  cookies.  It is late so I will need a couple of Diet Cokes to help me with this job. I will decorate this My Little Pony Cookie in layers, so that the cookie has a nice 3D look.  In the photo above I am outlining the first layer, which includes the back legs, mane and tale of the My Little Pony Cookie. DisclaimerAll images, unless otherwise noted, were taken from the Internet and are assumed to be in the public domain. There are situations when the attribution (or the copyright) information for the picture is not known, such as the case with images received through anonymous mailing lists and various mail contributors, the break of the copyright is unintentional and non-commercial and the material will be removed immediately upon presented proof. Discover & share coolest do-it-yourself crafts for home improvement, interior design, and home decor. Get New Posts Right To Your Inbox!Get captivating new Tutorials, just like this one, delivered right to your inbox each day.
I kind of have the stuff on Microsoft Word if anyone wants to write me on facebook they can and I will send it to your email. My imagination school kids have made them for presents, Dr Seuss-like tongue twisters, drawings, mini graphic novels and even an autograph book.
Once children learn the fold themselves, they can make a book from any old scrap of paper, for any purpose. My grandpa helped me build a big dollhouse out of some scrap wood, so my sister and I were very much into playing with little dolls. You only need a few supplies (that you probably have laying around the house), and they can be purchased inexpensively. You can do this by wrapping yarn around your fingers, or if someone with little hands is making the doll, you will want to find something thin and at least 4 inches wide (like a piece of cardboard) to wrap the yarn around. For a girl doll you will want her head to be a little longer than it looks like it should be so you can add a bun later. Now if you are making a girl doll you are already done with her dress, however for a boy doll you will want to slip the "dress" of the yarn in half and tie off legs for pants.


We went to visit her at uni the other week and I discovered not only does she still have him but she took him with her! I love to hear from you and love when you are able to add something constructive to the conversation! Thin some of this icing to piping or writing consistency and some of it for flooding the cookie.  Icing for flooding should be like honey or corn syrup. Again, you will need a thicker consistency icing for outlining and a thinner consistency for flooding the cookie.  Think of a gel like toothpaste consistency for outlining and think of thick corn syrup for the consistency for flooding.
I’m working on some MLP cookies at the end of this month, and this will help me work out my timeframe. I cannot wait till I get a bit of free time away from decorating cakes to have a go at doing these.
I never had a doll that I bought that lived in the dollhouse, but instead we made cute little dolls from yarn and some from pipe cleaners. For a boy doll you don't need the longer head so just tie off a section that looks like the right shape for a head. Whether that's learning how to cook from scratch, checking out creative ways to save money, and learn how to live simply.
This year my 3 yr old soon to be 4 wants My little Pony theme party…So I am going to give it a whirl! I used to live in East Ballina, and go to uni in Lismore,so we would pass through there each day,mand back again.
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