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It’s not a big shocker that we’re fans of doll crafts over here. With our recent move, and the kids having their own rooms again, we’ve been purging our craft stash and evaluating how we want to move forward with setting up our dolls’ new digs. With Halloween coming up, we decided to start with a few holiday themed accessories for our dolls.
Addy wants to take Julie Trick-or-Treating with her, and we can’t send Julie out on a candy fueled mission without her own Halloween Candy Basket.
The supply list for this little project isn’t a long one. You need a base for shape (we used empty Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding and Hershey’s S’mores Pudding cups), some orange and green card stock, scissors, and an adhesive (tape, glue, etc will all work). I scrapbook (well, I used to) so I have a paper cutter and adhesive rolls I used instead of scissors and regular glue.
The empty Hershey’s S’mores Pudding and Hershey’s Chocolate Pudding cups were the remnants a quick afterschool snack. We are usually slammed when we walk in from the after-school/after-work rush and the kids need a little something in their bellies before I can get dinner ready and on the table. I know with Hershey’s Pudding, they will never fight me on my snack choice.
I put together a quick Flipagram of the assembly process for our American Girl Halloween Candy Basket. Seriously… this is a total kiddie craft! The younger ones might need a little help with the scissors and glue, but your older girls can tackle this project alone.
Be sure to check out more delicious topping ideas and fun crafts at Kraft.com. I’d love to hear your favorites. You can pick up Hershey’s S’mores Pudding at Walmart and be sure to grab the September/October issue of All You magazine and score a $.55 coupon!