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Cardboard Box Doll Bed

Cardboard Box Doll Bed
28 Feb WOW – (from one of my absolute favorite parenting websites – Parents.Com) check out these amazing repurposing ideas for cardboard boxes, disposable plates, straws etc. I personally will try to do the doll bed and castle! Cardboard Box Shape Sorter Put together this smart cardboard shape sorter to help your toddler learn shapes and sizes. What you’ll need: 18x18x18-inch box, circle compass, ruler, pencil, cutting mat, X-Acto knife, adhesive contact paper, colored masking tape, hot-glue gun Make it: While box is flat, draw desired shapes on all six sides using a compass and/or ruler and pencil. Cardboard Box Doll Bed A crafted cardboard bed will give your child’s fave doll some serious slumber. What you’ll need: 17x11x11-inch box, scissors, paper, tape, pencil, crafts knife, cutting mat, hot-glue gun, pom-poms, large sequins Make it: While box is flat, cut off the four top flaps. Cardboard Box Castle Cut notches along the top of an extra-large box to make a cardboard castle. Like this:

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Doll Shoe Holder Doll Shoe Holder Keep your 18" doll shoes in a cute shoe organizer you can make to match your room. You need: Instructions: Cut a cereal box down to three 2" pieces. DIY Pop-Up Cardboard Desk Written by Rachel Faucett of Handmade Charlotte for Building Blocks. Here’s the perfect desk for your early learner as you both prepare for back to school. With a few cardboard boxes and other basic supplies, you can assemble this workspace in less than 30 minutes.

Diy Barbie Bed My girls and I really enjoyed making this little bed for their doll house, it went together really quickly and Is it just me or is it stinkin adorable!?!! I love the way it turned out and we made it in about 15 min. Barbie really likes the way it turned out too... she's such a pampered princess! We went around the whole thing with a bit of tape to finish it off and cover all the cardboard and loose ends. Blurry picture of the stuffing And a pink pillow to match...I think I need to makeover my poor little bedroom next...probably not with zebra print though! Fun With Boxes: Cardboard Crafts For Kids Buying toys is easy. Just hand over the money and you can take home anything your heart desires. Keeping a child entertained is harder. How many times have you bought the latest-greatest toy, only to find that your child grew bored with it in a couple of weeks? Toys don't last, but a healthy imagination can come up with a myriad of ways to use one simple box. Hand your child an empty box and see what happens.

~Sofa Tutorial~ Part 1 By Rajendora Want a custom designed sofa for your dolls? Why not make it yourself? This tutorial by Rajendora of Sewing Box Designs shows the basic design for a sofa. This is the first part of a 2 part tutorial. The second part, which will be published on Monday, will show how to slipcover this or any pre-made sofa. 5 Cereal Box Projects To Make For Toddlers Don’t throw out those cereal boxes! At least not until you’ve seen all the fun things that you and your little one can do with them! Cereal Box Maze You will need: Recycled cereal box Plastic drinking straws White craft glue Scissors Kix cereal Shape Matching Game you will need: Back or front of a recycled cereal box Felt Self adhesive magnetic sheet Scissors Marker

Chaise Lounge Tutorial Here is a tutorial showing how to make a chaise lounge for your doll. The tutorial is clear and easy to follow. You could easily use it to make a couch or chairs in any bjd size. Make Easy Cardboard Toddler Art Stations When it comes to making art, there are a few challenges we face in our home: 1. We share a small living space. Make Doll House Furniture With Old Boxes Today we are going to show you how to make cardboard doll house furniture, decorations, and wall hangings. This is a great activity for a group of girls at a sleepover slumber party, for girl scouts, or for a boring rainy day. Have fun. Check Out Our Doll House and Doll House Furniture Making Crafts Section for more of the same types of crafts. How to Make Cardboard Doll House Furniture with Old Boxes Materials for Doll House Furniture:

Cardboard Is The New Macaroni - The Cardboard Collective Cardboard Beads While working on some cardboard projects with Electra and Isis I was intrigued by all the great colors and patterns that were ending up in my scrap pile. Electra has been really into stringing beads this past month and it dawned on me that cardboard would be great for stringing. The corrugated inner core of the cardboard means you can choose any hole to thread the bead through.

How To Make A Desk For Your Doll Do you want to make a desk for your dollhouse so that the dolls can actually open up the drawers and put things int he desk? This is a great craft that actually turns out fantastic. I hope you enjoy this diy dollhouse furniture miniatures tutorial for kids. Cardboard Toys Roundup Behold the humble cardboard box - our house is full of these, and today I am taking a break from sewing to extol its virtues as a craft medium. Emily loves playing post office. After a trip to the Children's Museum a couple of years ago, she wanted to recreate the experience of sorting and delivering letters.

Mini Chests With Drawers Materials and Tools: 5 small matchboxes (all the same size)hot glueE-6000 gluedecorative papercraft paintglue sticktape measurescissors1 yd. ribbon5 small beads or pearls (small enough to fit on the front of the matchbox "drawers") Steps: 1. Remove the inside drawer section of the matchbox and paint the front, back and side edges. Cardboard Stampede Of Horses In 2006 I started making cardboard horses. They were a self imposed assignment, a daily creative task intended to motivate and loosen me up, little experiments, paralysis prevention. My plan was to make a cardboard horse everyday, Monday through Friday until I had 100. I did and exhibited the group at Tinlark in Los Angeles in 2007. I’ve made 3 patterns, two adults and a colt, to share and I hope you make a cardboard horse or two or three or maybe a little family or maybe your own stampede!

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