American Girl Doll Crafting Camp: Easter
Get your doll ready for Easter in this three part class! We will make an Easter basket for your doll, Easter grass, a chocolate bunny that comes in its own box, colored Easter eggs, jellybeans & finally a stuffed bunny toy for your doll!
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learners per class
$15 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 3 weeks
50 minutes per class
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Get your doll ready for Easter in this three part class! We will make an Easter basket for your doll and fill it with lots of goodies! In class #1: We will make a doll sized Easter basket with real looking Easter grass! The student can pick any color he/she wants for both! In class #2: We will make a chocolate bunny for your dolls. We will also make a fun candy box to put the bunny in! For this class we will also make a few colored eggs for your dolls! In class #3: We will make a small...
The students will craft along with the class.
My children and I enjoy crafting for their American girl dolls. We have made several of these crafts before, and they are always a hit!
*For each class I usually always have a glue-gun, scissors, a pencil or pen & a ruler In class #1: for the Easter basket: 12 pipe cleaners (in the color the child would like the basket to be) & scissors. For the Easter grass: colored tissue paper (in the color the child would like the Easter grass to be) & scissors. In class #2: for the chocolate bunny: brown air dry clay, a printable from the classroom (printed on cardstock), clear packaging (I am using a laminated sheet, but an old container that berries come in works well!), scissors & a hot glue gun. For the colored eggs: air dry clay in a variety of colors the student would like his/her eggs to be. In class #3: for the stuffed bunny, white pom poms (1 large, 1 medium, 1 small), a small piece of white and pink felt (for the ears), beads or a pom pom for the eyes/nose (I am using 2 small black beads for the eyes & a tiny pink pom pom for the nose.) For the jellybeans: a printable from the classroom (printed on cardstock), a hole punch, packaging tape, a variety of craft foam colors (in the colors the student wants for the jellybeans), scissors & a glue gun.
The students will be assessed based on participation.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
266 total reviews
156 completed classes
Hello from Pittsburgh! My name is Sara, and I love teaching! I am a homeschooling mom of two with over fifteen years of teaching experience! I have a degree in Elementary Education with a Minor in Early Childhood Development. In the classroom, I...