My daughter had a snow day off school on Friday, so the Loopsy girls got to do a craft project with her -- decorating their Christmas stockings. A couple of them even got help writing letters to Santa!
ADORABLE! And I love Jewel's cardigan! Who made it?
Not handmade, actually ... bought at Wal-mart. It came with a kinda generic doll which came in a plastic cylindrical case with a couple of changes of clothes and hair accessories. The clothes fit the lalas! So we bought all varieties we found there. They only cost about $10 a piece, so for two lala-wearable outfits, that's not bad! ;D
Post by bananasmom on Jan 11, 2012 13:01:13 GMT -5
Just had to update and show you that Banana had stockings for each of her Lalaloopsies again this year ... only this year she had 28 of them going into the holidays instead of just 4! But as you can see, she made one for each of them, and also did some other Christmas-y crafting with her lalas to create a whole display. I thought it looked great! ;D
Glad u guys like these! She has a lot of fun doing them, bringing each doll onto her lap and helping them design their own stocking. It occurs to me we have a bunch more to do for this year! LOL
zt - yep, she does call some of her Lalas by slightly different nicknames .. like she calls Spot, "Splashy" and Mittens, "Mitty" and Crumbs, "Sugar" .. those are a few I can think of offhand. Oh, and she never took to the name Suzette LaSweet and continues to call that doll by the name "Mimi ala Mode" which MGA originally listed her as, prior to her release.
It's Lalaloopsy stocking time around here again! We're working on stockings for our 2013 additions tonight and I thought I'd share this little collage. This has become a real holiday tradition for us! We have sew much fun hanging the stockings each year when we're decorating for the holidays and making new stockings for all the new Lalas and Littles we've "adopted"! We have a wall in the hallway that's very much "decked" with these stockings and people who visit just love looking at them all!