And voila, paper doll garland happiness!!

And voila, paper doll garland happiness!!
When I was a little girl I adored playing with paper dolls. I had a shoe box full of vintage paper dolls that I had painstaking cut out of a book my grandmother purchased for me and I loved them. I gave them names, we had parties, and I wonder if it isn’t part of the reason I am so enamored of vintage clothing. A few months ago requested a side bar ad to help promote their and of course I was thrilled. You probably have noticed their ad and a few times I have written about them in my Dear Diary Friday posts. But I also wanted to share an idea I had on how to use the paper dolls to decorate your home. So I made this lovely paper doll garland and thought I would share it with you.
And voila, paper doll garland happiness!!
When I was a little girl I adored playing with paper dolls. I had a shoe box full of vintage paper dolls that I had painstaking cut out of a book my grandmother purchased for me and I loved them. I gave them names, we had parties, and I wonder if it isn’t part of the reason I am so enamored of vintage clothing. A few months ago requested a side bar ad to help promote their and of course I was thrilled. You probably have noticed their ad and a few times I have written about them in my Dear Diary Friday posts. But I also wanted to share an idea I had on how to use the paper dolls to decorate your home. So I made this lovely paper doll garland and thought I would share it with you. paper doll garland | Antique HomeVintage Style Paper Doll GarlandAnd voila, paper doll garland happiness!!
There are few things that get a little one more excited than seeing their artwork displayed. Ruby is no exception. She beams with pride when we hang up a picture she colors at story time or nursery, and I want her to know I think her handiwork is beautiful and special. But, I also don’t want it stuck all over my fridge. Not only is that not the most atheistically pleasing, it’s also not the safest place for her drawings. It can get splattered or torn in the kitchen. So, a place to display artwork was a must when designing Ruby’s playroom. That’s what this wooden paper doll chain garland is for.Don't you just love paper doll garlands? I simply adore them. They are so much fun to make and so easy. They are one of those super fulfilling projects because you get a handful of joy, from one cutting...At the last minute I also decided to cut out the many different gorgeous illustrations of hats and weave them in between the full outfits. This helped break up the line and gave it a little more dimension. Then I used a tiny hole punch to create two holes for the string to go through, and voila! A vintage paper doll garland!Don't you just love paper doll garlands? I simply adore them. They are so much fun to make and so easy. They are one of those super fulfilling projects because you get a handful of joy, from one cutting...Don't you just love paper doll garlands? I simply adore them. They are so much fun to make and so easy. They are one of those super fulfilling projects because you get a handful of joy, from one cutting...When I was a little girl I adored playing with paper dolls. I had a shoe box full of vintage paper dolls that I had painstaking cut out of a book my grandmother purchased for me and I loved them. I gave them names, we had parties, and I wonder if it isn’t part of the reason I am so enamored of vintage clothing. A few months ago requested a side bar ad to help promote their and of course I was thrilled. You probably have noticed their ad and a few times I have written about them in my Dear Diary Friday posts. But I also wanted to share an idea I had on how to use the paper dolls to decorate your home. So I made this lovely paper doll garland and thought I would share it with you.