Christmas Countdown: 12 Days

Christmas Countdown


Twelve Days Till Christmas . . .



I love baking cookies around Christmastime! I made a batch last night and they’re delicious. (You can see a post about it here.)

What’s your favorite type of cookie? I’m a huge fan of gingerbread.



Camp Dolliwatha, Week One: Popsicles



You will need:

  • Mod Podge
  • Sculpey
  • A Q-Tip
  • Popsicle stick
  • Aluminum foil
  • Scissors (not shown)


To begin, cut your popsicle stick in half (I’m using jumbo popsicle sticks, but if you have normal ones, than skip that step). Then cut it down to three inches.


Take aluminum foil and scrunch it around the popsicle stick (so you don’t have to use as much Sculpey). Make sure to leave space at the bottom for the stick to poke out.


Cover the foil in Sculpey color of your choice. Once the clay is on, smooth it out with your finger or the back of a spoon. Then bake the popsicle according to the instructions on the Sculpey package.


Once the popsicle is out of the oven, use the Q-Tip to spread Mod Podge over it. This will give the popsicle a shiny look.


Let the Mod Podge dry, and you’re done! Now your dolls have a tasty, cool summer treat.

If you made this craft, email me up to three pictures at I’ll include your photo(s) in the weekly Camp Dolliwatha recap post on Saturday!


The Miniature Cafe | Super Realistic Clay Food for Dolls

I recently discovered an online shop that sells adorable and realistic clay food for American Girl dolls. Introducing . . .

The Miniature Cafe!

The Miniature Cafe is run by a girl named Rachel, who makes all of the doll food herself out of polymer clay.

Here are some of my favorite products from her shop . . .

Gummy Bears — $9.00 (usually $11.00)

The Miniature Cafe seriously sells doll-sized Gummy Bears! I can’t believe how cute these things are.

Chocolate Chip Cookies — $9.00 (usually $11.00)

I absolutely love these tiny chocolate chip cookies. They look so real!

S’more Set — $15.00

Just take a look at this s’more set and tell me it’s not cute. The graham crackers, the toasted marshmallows . . . I love everything about this set.

The Miniature Cafe sells lots of other cute doll food sets, like peanut butter blossoms, hot dogs and chips, fudge brownies, even Hostess Cupcakes!

There are even Valentine’s Day treats, like these Valentine’s Day Cookies (love the icing!) . . .

. . . Candy Hearts . . .

. . . Chocolate-Covered Strawberries . . .

. . . and Valentine’s Day Cupcakes.

The Miniature Cafe has lots of other adorable doll foods, all the perfect size for American Girl of other “18 dolls! Go take a look, and maybe even buy something.


P.S. Rachel, the owner of The Miniature Cafe, has a blog! Take a look at it HERE.