One of our lucky dolls got to come along to our family party on the Fourth, and she even got to star in her own photo shoot.The doll is a retired Battat doll, and the outfit is from Ann Loren.
Hope you are all having a safe and happy 4th of July. The dolls wanted to pose for a group shot in their patriotic attire.
Happy Independence Day!
The mini dolls were excited to join in the Mini Miss Liberty Pageant this year. The winners get to ride on a special float in the parade.
Their outfits show several different ways to create inexpensive clothes for your minis. Here's how I made each one:
Mini Caroline is practicing to perform the U.S. National Anthem at Camp Doll Diaries this week. The Star Spangled Banner has special meaning to her since it was written in her time period, during the War of 1812.She is holding a mini flag cupcake pick and posing next to an early-model flag, which came from a Betsy Ross dress-up set.The stage was really easy to make. I just used a wooden box from an old puzzle. I turned it upside down and stapled some fancy ribbon around the sides. Then I attached two thin dowels and ran a piece of ribbon across the top, tying the ribbon to the dowels and letting the ends hang down. For the final touch, I stuck on some foam star stickers, which I got on clearance at Rite Aid last year.