DIY Kit Resource Page

Congratulations on embarking on the open-ended, fun, creative process of making peg dolls!

This page is full of some of my favorite resources for you to complete your DIY Peg Doll or DIY Clothes Pin doll kit.  Make sure to share your creative process and final product with #KateandCaboodleDIY so I can see all your fun creations!


DIY Christmas Peg Dolls

 

Snowman:

  1. Paint the peg doll white & let dry. 
  2. Paint orange carrot nose. 
  3. Make black dots for eyes and buttons. 
  4. When dry tie the wool scarf around neck 

Gingerbread man:

  1. Paint the peg doll with gell stain, then wipe off excess and let dry. 
  2. Using the end of paint brush make black dots for eyes and red ones for buttons. 
  3. Using micro sponge to draw frosting lines with white and black lines for legs and arms.
  4. Dry and then tie scarf around neck. 


DIY Reindeer Clothes Pin Ornaments

  1. Stain clothes pins with brown gel. Paint on, then wipe off with paper towel and let dry. 
  2. When gel dries paint the bottoms of two large clothes pins and two small ones black for hooves. 
  3. Glue the “legs” together on the top to make the body/legs. 
  4. Tie string into circle glue the single clothes pin (not painted black ends) with the “antlers” pointing up on top of the legs with the string between.
  5. Glue the eyes and nose on the face. 
  6. Using the chenille stem make an “O” shape and twist the ends together to make a wreath. Slide it around the reindeers neck.

DIY Peg Doll Kit

In your kit you have three acrylic paints, two paint brushes, and two peg dolls.  You have endless options on what to do with your peg dolls.  You can simply paint them.  You can prime with a color, then add details with colored pencils or additional paint.  You can glue on yarn, glitter, pipe cleaners, leaves, acorn tops, etc. 

 Check out my Peg Doll Pinterest page for inspiration!

 


DIY Clothes Pin Doll Kit

My favorite clothes pin doll to make is a pom-pom doll, which is why your kit includes a pom-pom maker template and yarn.  You could also simply paint the clothes pins, wrap them in thread/yarn, or color them with crayons or pencils.  

Check out my Clothes Pin Doll Pinterest page for inspiration!

Here is a great video from The Crafts Channel for making the Pom Pom Peg Doll using the supplies in your kit.