Peg Dolls

How to make all sorts of peg dolls.

Washi Tape Flower Fairies | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

Earlier this year, I finally succumbed to lure of washi tape. While I have had issues with actually using my washi tape, because it is so pretty, so I feel upset that if I use it, then I won’t have it anymore, Sola has had no such issues. For Sola, washi tape has been the […]

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Even though I am a Thanksgiving cynic, I wanted to make something for our seasonal table to differentiate November from the rest of autumn. I’ve been wanting to craft with wood more and peg dolls are an easy and cheap way to do that. I thought these dolls came out nicely, so wanted to share my […]

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Spring Peg Doll Set | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

  As I recently posted, I have been doing a lot of oral story telling using props in our homeschool. A couple of weeks ago, I was trying to needle felt a gnome to accompany the book, Little Gnome Tenderroot, when I decided that I needed to find a quicker way to make story telling […]

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Autumn Gnomes | From Blue Bells and Cockle Shells

With autumn just around the corner, I thought I’d share a photo of the fall gnomes that I made for our seasonal table. As with all of the monthly gnomes I made this year, I just used a wood burning tool to draw a symbol on the gnomes that I felt represents each month. I […]

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