Paper Doll Clothes with Phoomph

A special thanks to Coats and Clark and Phoomph for sponsoring this Hangout series.

Earlier this week, I shared how to make these “paper” dolls using Phoomph. As promised, here are the instructions for making the doll clothes. Use soft Phoomph and fabric scraps for your doll clothes. You’ll also need metal fasteners so that the clothes stick to the dolls – the metal fasteners should stick to the magnets, and be flat. If you can’t find flat ones, do what I did – pound them flat with a hammer.

You’ll also want the doll clothing printable patterns. Of course, you can create your own patterns if you’d like more clothing options for your dolls! Just remember to position the metal pieces over the magnets so that they will be secured safely in place.

 

We have been sharing Phoomph projects all week long on Crafty Hangouts. If you missed any you can also go check out the #kidscrafthoa hashtag on Google+!

Comments

  1. Linda C. says:

    Link for doll clothes template is inactive!

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