Recently I went through all my dress files and updated some that needed a little tweaking added several more new dresses to my existing collections. The Mega Pack now has fifty more 4 page pdf dress sets than it did before. I also added two new free dresses. Printable Doll Clothes Sample Dress Green Printable Doll Clothes Sample Dress Blue And I’ve completed four new videos. https://youtu.be/qMDqV7vwei8 https://youtu.be/aAP8PfWojaY https://youtu.be/TKGIGVtziUw https://youtu.be/mbVkv5nmb5k
I hope you enjoy the new dresses!
I subscribe to the My Froggy Stuff channel and I was really excited to see her After Ever After High doll transformation video.
Basically, you take an Ever After High dolls head and put it on a Barbie dolls body giving the finished doll a more grown up look. On the right is an original Ever After High Doll and on the left is an After Ever After High doll with her new body.
I really like the new look with the dolls. I’ve had fun making several of these dolls and I’ll probably make some more.
I really like Hat-Tastic Cerise Hood’s new steampunk look. She’s modeling a dress from my Edwina dress set.
Apparently every November for the past few years, plastic dinosaurs have been coming to life at night and getting into all sorts of mischief. The next morning the humans of the area awake to find the dinosaurs in the middle of whatever it was they were doing the night before.
While this phenomena has never happened at my house before, largely due to the absence of plastic dinosaurs, it appears that it might be happening this year due to the arrival of several plastic dinosaurs. In fact it has already started even though it isn’t even November yet! I guess when plastic dinosaurs come out of hibernation you can’t blame them if the get their dates mixed up a little.
Currently, I don’t know whether these particular plastic dinosaurs are going to continue to get into mischief or whether they are going to stop after today. I’ll just have to wait and see.
There are those who wonder whether the dinosaurs really come to life or whether they are put in place by someone or something to be discovered in the morning.
Apparently the full explanation behind the mystery is in this book (clicking the picture will take you to Amazon) and can also be found on the official Dinovember facebook page amongst other places.
Just to be clear, I have nothing whatever to do with the official creators of Dinovember, I just think it is very cool and I enjoyed reading their book:) Dinovember is certainly a very fun and creative month filled with excitement as we find out what the Dinosaurs did last night!
Ever After High Hat-Tastic Cerise Hood just arrived at my house:) I think she is very pretty.
One of the things I love about the Ever After High doll line is the intricate details of the pieces and the way they match the doll’s story.
Cerise Hood’s tea set is inspired by a wicker basket to carry goodies to Grandma’s house in.
Briar Beauty and Madeline Hatter came over to say “Hello”. Cerise noticed they were wearing paper dresses and decided she wanted to try one too. She liked the dress my Enchanted Evening Barbie was wearing and asked to borrow it.
“It’s fun to try something new” said Cerise after I put the dress on her. And this dress is one of the new free dress downloads I just added. If your dolls would like to try it on too just click the link and print.
Printable Doll Clothes Sample Dress Red
The other dresses worn by the dolls in this post are available at my Etsy Store.
“Now we’re ready for our tea party!” said Madeline Hatter as C.A. Cupid joined the group.
Today I made this apron using 1 square of toilet paper, scissors, and tape. Robecca Steam is modeling the finished apron over her dress from the Julia Collection. I chose to use toilet paper to make this apron because it normally is about the same size for everybody and is usually readily available without a special trip to a craft store unlike fabric or felt. You could easily substitute felt or a fabric that doesn’t fray if you would prefer a longer lasting apron. Also, for variation you could make this apron with or without the bib or shoulder straps. The measurements and materials work well for Ever After High and Monster High dolls and probably Barbie but may need adjusting if you are use a doll much larger than these. For smaller dolls cut the pieces smaller.
First, I cut the square in half. From the half on the left I cut two narrow rectangles to be the shoulder straps of the apron. The left over bit I’m using as the waist band. To make the waist band stronger I folded over the longer edges towards the center and flattened them. This also gives a neat look to the finished apron. The picture shows the work in progress, folding it nearly into thirds with the center part as the biggest is about right.
Since I was making a bib apron I held it the right hand rectangle up to the doll’s front at the height I wanted the top of the bib apron to be and cut out two rectangles on the side to make the bib part. You’ll want to use the TLAR method(That Looks About Right) for this part and it will vary depending on the doll. I cut this bib to cover the front of the doll but not to wrap around the side. The bottom of the bib is about where her waist is. I cut one half of the bib then folded the toilet paper in half to cut the other. In the picture I notice I didn’t quite cut it perfectly but this part is covered by the waist band so it doesn’t have to be perfect:)
Next, again holding up the apron to the doll, I trimmed the bottom of the apron part to the length I wanted it to be. At this point you could easily do some fancy cutting and make a different shape for the apron or cut the bottom as a curve or with scallops.
Take the strap pieces and place them along each side of the bib using the picture as a guide. Use a small piece of tape to hold them in place at the waist. This tape should be small enough to be hidden under the waist band.
Referring back to the first picture as a guide, put the apron on the doll. Place the shoulder straps over the dolls shoulders and have them hang down her back. Take the waist band and have the side without the overlapped edges showing and wrap it around the dolls waist and over the shoulder straps in the back. Try to cover up the shoulder strap edges and the tape that is holding them in place. You also may want to gather the edges of the apron at the waist underneath the waistband to add a little fullness. Once it looks good, tape the overlapping edges of the waist band in place and there you are!
To make this apron in felt or fabric that doesn’t fray use the same method for cutting out most of the apron pieces, except for the waist band which you may want to make longer so you can tie it in a knot instead of using tape. You could also use ribbon for the waist band. Sew the shoulder straps in place on the front instead of tapping them. Have fun!