Christmas Craft-A-Thon; Doll Cupcakes!


Hello, My Marshmallows! Don’t these awesome, Christmas-y cupcakes look good enough to eat? Well…they are! These adorable, AG-sized treats are made from…candy? Yup! They are a geat way to use up leftover halloween candy. To make these, you’ll need;DSCF6629

  • A miniature Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup
  • Assorted small chewy candies, such as Starbursts, Tootsie Rolls, or Airheads.
  • A doll plate

(Hint; kitchen scissors are helpful to have handy!)

Step 1. Unwrap your candies, and roll them into long strips. (If your candies are very stiff, you can unwrap them and microwave them for 5 seconds to soften them). Then twist the strips together.




Step 2. Twist all of your candy strips into one multicolored rope.



Step 3. Coil your one multicolored rope onto your Peanut Butter Cup. You could add hard nonpareil sprinkles, but I left mine plain.



Ta-da! Adorable, doll-sized, and 100% edible cupcakes! Yum!



Christmas Craft-A-Thon; AG Christmas Wreath!


Hello, peeps! Today, to kick off the Christmas Craft-A-Thon, I’ll be showing you how to make this uber cute  doll wreath. Although I made mine the right size for AG, you could resize it for almost any doll, such as blythe, BJD, or even mini dolls.


You’ll Need;

  • 1 Red pipe cleaner
  • 8-12 green pom-poms
  • 1-2 green pipe cleaners
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors


Step 1. Bend your pipe cleaner into a circle, and twist the ends under neatly. This is the base of your wreath.


Step 2. Begin hot gluing your pom-poms to your pipe cleaner base…


…and keep going, all the way around.




Step 3. Take your red pipe cleaner, and twist/bend/coil it into a bow-like thing. (I’m very descriptive, XD)


Step 4. Glue your bow onto your wreath. You can also add a loop for hanging.


Kit is all ready to decorate for Christmas! Do you hang or make wreaths for your house?