Friday, June 17, 2016

Doll dining - part 5 - lunch and dinner part 1 - burgers


Hi! I an sooooo sorry this is late, we drove up to Oma's house last night and we spent all day at Mt Vernon. Unfortunately I forgot the i-pod, or I would have made a post on that. I'm starting the lunch and dinner choices. 
You will need:
1. A styrofoam ball that doesn't quite fit in your dolls hand
2. A golden/tan craft paint
3. White, red, and yellow puffy paint
4. Brown felt
5. Yellow and red craft foam
6. Green crepe of tissue paper
7. Wax or parchment paper, hot glue, and scissors

Step 1. Cut your styrofoam ball in half, be careful not to squish it. 

Step 2. Now you have the bun. but it will still roll over, so squish the bottom flat. you can't tell very well in this pic.

Step 3. Now paint the outside a golden/tan. (Can you see how the one on the left had a flat bottom?)

Step 4. When that has dried, add some white puffy paint sesame seeds. (Mine don't look very good.)

Step 5. Glue two circles of brown felt together for the meat, a square of yellow craft foam for the cheese, a piece of red craft foam the size of a quarter for the tomato, and the green crepe or     tissue paper for the lettuce. (I didn't have any) And red and yellow puffy paint foe ketchup and mustard                                                                                                                                                    


Step 6. Cut some strips of yellow craft foam for french fries, and put a squirt of red puffy pant on wax or parchment paper. When it has dried, peel it off and put it on a plate.

You're done!

Kit's room is a holy terror. I still haven't gotten around to cleaning it. On the craft subject, there are two other side dishes in the place of french fries, and they will be up in a few days.
Right now I have the opening song from beauty and the beast in my head. So random! 
What song is in your head right now?
Bye! 
P.S. I just got around to seeing all the comments, I will not respond to all of them, but they are all read and appreciated. :)

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