Doll Craft: The Farmhouse Apartment.

Does anyone else struggle with unfinished doll crafts? I sure do! Seriously, how hard is it to complete one task before jumping ahead to the next? For me, impossible! Well, that’s got to change. I’m determined to wrap up the half-baked rooms, furniture, and whatnot scattered about our house so I can move on to new ideas. Which craft am I tackling first? A little project I like to call: The Farmhouse Apartment!Read The Post

Does Tink have a lot of clothes? Yes, she does. I make her new outfits pretty regularly…and I think the other fairies are kind of jealous. Sewing these itty-bitty dresses is a bit trickier than sewing for Barbie, but the end result is well worth the effort. And it looks like Tink’s colorful garb has caught the attention of one of our readers because we’ve received a request for a tutorial showing how I make these tiny garments.Read The Post

Hi friends! Long time no see, right? I know. It’s been, like, two months since my last post. So much for keeping a consistent schedule! The truth is that this year has been unusually difficult. Don’t worry–this isn’t a woe-is-me rant. Writing about life’s problems is not my thing. But I feel I owe you all an explanation for why I dropped off the grid. The time and energy I usually set aside for crafting has gone to…well…fighting to get through the day.Read The Post

A couple of years ago, I posted a series of tutorials showing how to make a doll-sized grocery store out of a cardboard box. I loved this little store (dubbed Pixie Dust Market). The signs, wood shelves, and sale bins were too cute! However, finding a place to store this store was challenging. Box rooms are so chunky! The store needed at least a 14″ by 14″ area dedicated solely to it–and that’s with the floor folded up! Because it took up so much space, I’ve decided to retire our old market and build a new one with a smaller footprint.Read The Post