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Doll Holiday Gift Guide

Sorry I have not been posting. One of the reasons is that I’ve used almost ALL of my free storage. I have .2 GB left, but I decided that since I haven’t posted in a month, I have a special treat for you guys!

*Please note, some pictures are not my own*

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PicMonkey Collage

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And if your dolls are feeling festive or simply want a copy, here’s a few printables! Just cut and staple!

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Instructions:

  1. click on photo (it should bring you to a new page)
  2. print from there or drag it to your desktop and print

I hope your dolls enjoy these fun printables!

Have fun with your doll!

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Happy New Years!

The pictures in this post are temporarily not working. Sorry for the inconvenience

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This year I am so proud of how my blog advanced. Thanks for helping My Doll Life have a wonderful year!

If you’re looking for a last minute project that you definitely have the supplies for, click the link here. This was the “It’s going to be 2014 for your doll too” post from last year!

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Have Fun With Your Doll!

St. Patrick’s Day Fun!

Well here comes another holiday post!

In Ireland people celebrate with Irish dancing and Irish soda bread. They also try to trap a leprechaun. Today we have two crafts. The gold coins and clay for the soda bread was found at Micheal’s. The hats were found at dollar tree. So onto the post!

Here we have an Irish dancer!

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Now onto some crafts!

To make a leprechaun trap you need: duct tape, scotch tape, Popsicle sticks, yarn, an empty tea box, and a few extras. To start cover your box with duct tape.

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Add Popsicle sticks and decor.

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Now onto the trap part, take a piece of yarn and put some tape to the end. Stick it on very lightly so even if you touch it, it will fall.

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And now you have a leprechaun trap for your doll!

Now on to an Irish tradition… Soda Bread!

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Ingredient list: clay[try to pick an yellow, orange, brown color].

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Now, mold your shape.

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Stick it in the “oven”.

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Take it out, serve, and ENJOY!

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Thanks for reading and have fun with your doll!