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Jennifer Bishop Design
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Russian Doll Themed Birthday Party
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A Russian Doll themed birthday party complete with food for even the fussiest of toddlers.
I made a snack mix for the kiddos and then poured it into cello bags that I dressed up with a clip art image I purchased on Etsy. Instructions: 1.Print out clip art and cut out each doll's head. 2.For the
the back, trace the front head onto a piece of colored cardstock and cut out. 3.Using a glue stick, attach top of the doll's head to the cardstock backing, leaving the neck area unglued. 4.Fill a vase-shaped cello bag (found at Michael's) with treats. Close off by folding the top of the bag towards the
the center and then down. Then place the printed doll so that the neck portion is over the folded top of the bag. The printed side of the doll's head will face the front of the bag; the unprinted cardstock will lie down the back. 5.Use a hole punch to make two holes about an inch apart through paper
“cereal, goldfish favors” — andclem
lee goske • 2cranesdesign
2 Reviews
halloween
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This is awesome! I'm going to the Goodwill Store in search of old dolls.
Make a doll head look creepy!
Antique Doll Heads Halloween Decoration
Cool heads...Creepy doll heads...Old doll heads...Halloween heads...Doll heads...Creepy dolls
“Cool heads” — ezdrapery
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Melissa & Guillermo
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A Ouija board serves as a spooky coffee table tray, and a doll head on a black candleholder keeps watch over the
minus creepy doll head
doll head on candle holder
A Ouija board serves as a spooky coffee table tray, and a doll head on a black candleholder keeps watch over the living room.
I had that doll....Doll candle
“Doll candle” — Mary Ortiz
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Melissa & Guillermo
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Melissa created a spooky apothecary of doll parts, jarred innards and fake fingers for her kitchen windowsill. "My taste leans towards the scary and the bizarre," she admits.
old barbie heads in a jar (shrunken heads)
Melissa created a spooky apothecary of doll parts, jarred innards and fake fingers for her kitchen windowsill. "My taste leans towards the scary and the bizarre," she admits.
“Jars” — ezdrapery
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
2 Reviews
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seed head of the pasque flower
Planting notes. Many insects visit this early flower on warm days, when they are awakened by the changing weather. The show doesn't stop with blooms — pasque flower's lovely seed head puffs up like a troll doll's head for a week or two, so place
flower on warm days, when they are awakened by the changing weather. The show doesn't stop with blooms — pasque flower's lovely seed head puffs up like a troll doll's head for a week or two, so place it where you can get up close and see the action. This is a great plant for kids, because of the way it
“Pasque Flower (Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens)).” — Estudio Castaño
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Melissa & Guillermo
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doll head
“Spooky stuff in jars” — Hank Gill
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
North Dallas, TX: James & Kristina Hart
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during a street fair in Lillehammer, Norway, the year Dottie was born,” says Kristina.Dottie’s pink bedroom is filled with colorful textiles, books, dolls and family photos. When asked what she likes best about her room, Dottie says, “Well, I like that it’s mine!”Paper light fixture: Midsummer Light, Tord
“Bed spred B” — nimtottenham
Cottage Industry
Dining Room
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Crate and plate wall art. Minus the creepy doll head.
“wall” — alpacaknitter
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