1. First of lets assign a felt color to each doll & plug in glue gun. Lay your doll on a corner of the felt and cut the felt accordingly. I cut to the bottom of the doll then rolled with the felt and continued cutting until felt wrapped fully around doll. for the cloak: after cutting, fold in half and mark the middle. Next place the middle directly on the back of the peg doll and fold towards the front. Place markings about 1/4 inch on each side from the middle front. Cut from marking towards bottom corner, creating a triangle like shape (with a wide top) 2. Next using your hot glue, glue the felt ends and wrap around dolls. Use your twine or yarn to tie a belt on one or more of your dolls then glue your buttons however you wish, I made each doll a little different. 3. Next add some glue inside the acorn caps and press onto peg doll heads. 4. Let dry and you’re done!!
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Question of the Day:
What natural toys does your little one play with?
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