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Wizard Crafting for Your American Girl Doll

Come join me in this 3 part class crafting wizarding accessories for your American girl doll.
Sara Sunderlin
266 total reviews for this teacher
4 reviews for this class
Completed by 19 learners
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year old learners
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Charged upfront
$10 per class
Meets 1x per week
Over 3 weeks
50 minutes per class
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Class Experience

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 For class #1: for the wand: 1 BBQ Skewer, a glue gun, any type of bead(s) the crafter would like to decorate his/her wand, craft paint (whatever color wanted for the wand. I am using brown.), *optional- a clothespin to hold the wand while it is drying. For the tie: 2 colors of felt depending on the crafter's wizarding house preference (red & gold, yellow & black, blue & gray or green & silver), a glue gun, and thin elastic. For class #2: for the potions: 3 different mini cork bottles, scissors, glue-stick, an assortment of glitter or small beads (to put in the potion jars), printable from classroom, a thin black marker (thin sharpie works well), *optional- a brown/tan ink pad to make the potion look old and discolored. For class #3: For the wizard candy: a pintable from the classroom printed on cardstock, scissors, hot glue-gun, clear packaging (The container from a berry box works well & helps with recycling!) Lastly an assortment of perler beads (or any beads for the candy!)
The students will be assessed based on participation. 
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
This class does require a hot glue-gun. There are many options of glue-guns for children that are not as hot. If the child is not comfortable using a glue-gun independently, the parent is more than welcome to sit with the child and help! 


Sara Sunderlin
266 total reviews
156 completed classes

About Me

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... 
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