"there has got to be something else to do with doll parts besides jewelry!"
That idea is so over done.
So I had this cute idea, but then couldn't find the fabric I knew I had
(in a box somewhere, lost in our move last spring);
but then, eureka!
I was cleaning out Rebecca's clothing a couple days ago
and found a pair of velour pants she had outgrown.
So this post is dedicated to Rebecca's Pink Pants.
like Rebcca's velour pants.
Tuck a small bit of fiber fill into the center and gather the ends around so it looks like an onion.
(Fiber fill curtesy of a stuffed animal with a loose seam,
because I don't know where my bag of fiber fill is either!)
other slim, sharp object.
Hot glue some trim around the top to give it a nice finish and
Are these not adorable?!
BTW, I got these doll parts at the thrift store.
Someone had used the head for something and didn't need the rest.
I knew there was something I could do with them, so snapped them up.
The bugle beaded trim was a thrift store purchase too,
so add that to Rebecca's cast off pants and the "borrowed" fiber fill and
this project cost me practically nothing.
These pincushions are destined for Christmas gift giving.
Affordable gift giving!
Now go make something!
I found another pair of doll arms and legs in my stash so made more pincushions.
I am selling the extras in my etsy shop, for those who are interested.