Sunday, July 28, 2013

School Supplies for 18 Inch Doll

This morning my 7 yr old daughter got up and pulled to some toothpicks and asked if she could cut them. I said yes and asked her what they were for and she said that she was making school supplies for her 18" dolls.
18" doll in school uniform with her school supplies
I think she did a terrific job of creating the school supplies. She has a great imagination. I especially love the pencils, scissors, and composition notebook.
american girl school supplies
messenger bag
school supply box doll
inside of messenger bag
diy doll pencils notebook
composition book & pencils
doll scissors paintbrush book
tape, paintbrush, paints, book, scissors, eraser
doll ipod computer ruler
Ipod & headphones, ruler, computer
doll school supply folder
Notebook holding pencils and composition book
doll ipod headphones scissors
Phoebe listening to her Ipod and holding scissors
I've very proud of my daughter. She didn't ask for any help. She said she got some ideas off You Tube.

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13 comments :

  1. She is so creative. I remember as a little girl making books and things for my barbie dolls. I love it when kids use their imagination :) Thanks for joining us at the Let's Get Social Sunday linky party. Have a great week! Diane @ MamalDiane

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  2. So cute! This is just great, I miss my boys doing things like this!

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  3. This idea is really cute. I remember being interested in creative ideas like this I found in the Childcraft Arts and Craft books, before YouTube. :)

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  4. Kids kill me with their genius!! The tiny little scissors...I die!! Great job little one!!

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  5. Very inventive. Maybe the doll companies should hire these little creative kids and get ideas.

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  6. Well, a child knows exactly what they want. Some even display their desires. They are so creative if left alone to be. It`samazing what they come up with.

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  7. Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday over at SugarBeeCrafts.com - you were featured today!!
    --Mandy, Sugar Bee Crafts

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  8. great ideas! My DD7 will love this too as she has just discovered AG and is coveting one for her Oct Bday

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  9. This is too cute, Diana! That is so fun when you have a little girl... you get to play dolls, too. :)

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  10. That's just great!! What a fun thing to do!

    http://agutandabutt.blogspot.com/

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  11. This is truly adorable! Congrats on being featured in our Feature Friday post for back to school! lol As always, thanks for linking it up in the Bowdabra Crafty Showcase!
    Have a super week,
    Susie @Bowdabra

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