Good ol' construction paper
My Pilgrim doll's dress is made from black and white pieces of construction paper (from Ikea, my fave) over a white cupcake liner
Paper lunch bag and low-tack tape
The zig-zag edging of the sack adds a fun detail to the Native American doll's dress. This very weathered clothespin is bound at the slats to fit into the wooden doll stand; I like to think it makes the doll look like she's wearing fancy boots. A narrow slice of tape makes a headband that's easy to position (and can hold a feather); its bright turquoise color is perfect!
Construction paper and paper punch
Backtracking to Halloween, having this circular paper punch made assembling a witch's hat much easier. A scrap of black tulle adds mystery!
Intricately laced doilies make flirty little skirts, collars and aprons.
Of course, here's a lovely trio from my first book Tinkered Treasures
Foil cupcake liner or aluminum foil
Yet another variation on the clothespin or peg doll is the dreamy Merpeg from Seaside Tinkered Treasures
Endless possibilities for limited tinkering time!
I am thankful for your visit! Wishing everyone a safe, healthy, happy and yummy Thanksgiving!