Welcome, friends, to our annual Christmas craft! Hey, you know I can’t be pinned down by dates. Besides, it’s not December 25th yet. There’s still plenty of time for a little yuletide fun! And this year we’re doing something totally unique. We are making holiday shirts for our dolls using our own custom-designed fabric!Read The Post

Do you know what today is? That’s right! It’s time to spice up Elsa’s apartment with bedding, wall art, accent pieces, and anything else we can think of! And, even though Thanksgiving has already come and gone, I’m going to take this opportunity to use some of my favorite harvest-themed crafts and trinkets.Read The Post

Wow, I can’t believe it’s almost October! What happened to August and September? The past few weeks seem a solid blur of errands, housework, and…being sick. Ugh, it’s true. After dodging it for two years, I was struck by the miserable Covid virus😱. For a solid week, I ached, ran a fever, coughed my guts up, and suffered one helluva migraine that eventually landed me in the ER.Read The Post

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