How to Make Doll Gingerbread Cookies

Hello, Kanani here. Kaya is off on a camping trip, and I am the only baker left in the house. Sarah likes to read books, Isabelle likes ballet, and Jamie likes fashion. Aprons aren’t really Jamie’s idea of fashion. But, you won’t need aprons, because these are mess free cookies. At least, for us dolls. Your mom will probably make a mess, making these cookies for you!

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Aren’t they cute cookies?

You only need a few ingredients, I mean supplies.

– A piece of paper

– White puffy or fabric paint, and any other color you would like

– Aluminum foil

– 2 pieces of cardboard

– Scissors

– Glue

Step 1: First, draw a little gingerbread man shape on a piece of paper. Cut it out. They lay it on one piece of cardboard. Trace of paper cut-out, and cut the cardboard into the shape of the cookie. You can make as many cookies as you would like.

Step 2: Cut the other piece of cardboard into a tray for the cookies to be on. Take your piece of aluminum foil and wrap it around the cardboard piece. You can tape it underneath if you want.

Step 3: Glue your cookies to your cookie tray. Wait a few hours for the glue to dry.

Step 4: Use your white puffy paint to draw a face on your cookies. Then take another color of your choice (I used pink and red) to draw an outfit. The paint will take about 1 and a half days to dry. Don’t touch the paint if you think they are still wet. They might smear.

Have fun with your new cookies! Make your dolls pretend to bake or eat them!

And here is a bonus picture:

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– American Girl Doll Artist and Kanani 🙂

 

 

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Hey, I'm Dara! I'm the main blogger here at Small Dolls in a Big World. I love sewing, drawing, and photographing my dolls. I started this blog in 2014 and have been blogging ever since. :) A lot of the time you can find me on Instagram where I share my latest work. (@americangirldollartist)

Comments

  1. The Gingerbrad Cookies are so cute and fun and cool! I am so going to make them.
    Thank you s much for posting that!

    Ellie Price

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