What have I been up to lately?  Just crafting a freezer for our doll grocery store, that’s all! This project took a little longer to finish, not because it’s difficult, but because my time to craft has been hit and miss lately.  Even so, I’m thrilled with how it turned out and can’t wait to show you how to make one for your doll supermarket! Supplies needed: Grey foam board. White foam board. A sheet of thin plexiglass. A variety of glue (Hot glue, Tacky glue, plus a strong glue that adheres to plexiglass). A variety of cutting tools (X-Acto knife, scissors, and a plexiglassRead The Post

DIY Doll Grocery Store: Making shelves, a checkout counter, and a cash register.

Ready to get back to work on our doll grocery store?  Great!  Grab your glue gun and let’s get started! We’ve built a frame for our store and covered the walls and floor with paper.  Now we need to add some counters and shelves so we can stock it with Mini Brands and other doll-sized groceries.Read The Post

DIY Doll Grocery Store: Building the basic structure and papering the walls and floor.

After reviewing Zuru’s 5 Surprise Mini Brands, I couldn’t help heading back to Walmart for more.  They are just too cute!  This second batch of Mini Brands had several new items—and a few more doubles. Now I need someplace to keep all these adorable goodies, so I’m going to turn a cardboard box into a grocery store for my dolls.Read The Post

How To Make Miniature Captain Marvel Comics For Your Dolls!

Can you believe it!  Marvel released three trailers in the same week–THREE!  I’m reeling with excitement😵! It all started with the second Captain Marvel trailer debuting on ESPN last Monday (December 4th).Read The Post

Crafts Under Construction.

Where have all the craft posts gone?  Well, with the house under construction, my ability to craft is limited. Still, I can only go so long without doing a doll-related craft.  So today I thought I’d show you some of the things I’m slowly working on.Read The Post