This darling Frozen princess clothespin doll wears a dress and cape made from coffee filters! Perfect craft for a little girl!
Tools & Materials
1 Loew-Cornell Woodsies doll clothespin
Optional: doll clothespin stand
2 Basket-style coffee filters, 8” diameter
Silver rickrack, 1/2”
Plaid FolkArt Acrylic Paint: Light Flesh #229, Metallic Blue #670, Disco Crystal Glitter
Satin cord, 1/8”, ivory
2 Self-adhesive rhinestones, 2mm, blue
Pink paint pen
1. Paint 2 coffee filters blue. Let dry. Paint over blue with glitter paint. Let dry. Paint the clothespin head and neck flesh. Paint the body blue. Draw on lips with paint pen (we drew a little V to look like heart-shaped lips). Stick on rhinestone eyes.
2. Fold one coffee filter in half, then in half again. Cut off 1” of the coffee filter end in scallop. Snip point 1/4” to create a hole in the center of the filter. Open up and slide onto the doll. Secure with glue dots. Decorate with snowflake stickers. Fold the second filter in half. Trim the bottom edge 1”. Fold straight edge over. Glue the center to the back of the doll and fold the sides down as a cape. Decorate with snowflake stickers.
3. Cut 8 pieces of satin cord, 6” long each. Glue dot the hair to the doll’s head and sweep to side. Braid and tie the end with a piece of cord. Trim the ends. Cut a 2” piece of rickrack and glue dot on as a tiara. Decorate with a snowflake sticker. Glue dot another 2” piece of rickrack around the waist.
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