Since I have one great granddaughter and am expecting twins - both girls in December, I thought I probably needed to come up with some cute little girl projects.
I had seen something like this on Pinterest and thought it was such a cute idea.
What spurred me on was when I went to Michaels, in their dollar bins, they had these Mary Englebreit paper dolls. You get three dolls, two scenes and four pages of clothes.
So, I was in Wal Mart grocery shopping and just happened to wander over into the home goods department. There, I found this really nice looking 7" x 14" frame for $3.00.
I cut a piece of scrapbook paper for the backing and glued the paper doll onto the scrapbook paper. Then, I put the piece in the frame and closed it up from the back.
I then, took baker's twine in pink and red and draped it across the bottom of the frame. Using these teensy tiny clothespins (which I got at WM also), I pinned the clothes onto the twine. I hot glued the twine on the back of the frame. You'll probably need to add a dab or two of glue to the backs of one or so of the clothes and/or accessories. The weight of the clothespins has a tendency to tip over and make the clothes go upside down. So, just a dab will do ya!
I think for under $5.00, this would make a darling baby gift or a birthday gift. The only time consuming part was cutting out the paper doll and clothes.
Till next time, Judy