Start with a clean carton. Cut off the plastic spout or tape the cardboard spout shut.
For the bow, cut a 3¾- by 10-inch strip from a cereal box, fold it in half, and tape it in place as shown.
Use tape and a glue stick to cover the carton with paper. Cut a mail slot in the ship’s top to store all your A papers from school.
Use a glue stick to add stripes to the sides (Be sure to color a design on them first.)
Poke a small hole the deck and insert the straw. Now tape your best A paper to it making a sail for the boat.
Be creative and have fun!
Don’t forget to send me a picture! Email it to Alexis@Via-E.com Or Post your picture on My Friends’ Stuff Art Board on Pintrest. (You first have to follow the board before I can add you to make your own posts)
Alexis’ books are called Alex Stories. Alexis likes having two names because they show her feminine side and her sporty side. When Alexis is at formal events or school she goes by the name of Alexis, but when playing with her friends and exploring her friends call her Alex. Alex is a special nickname that only her friends know and use. Do you too have a nickname too? In the picture below you see Alexis and her Storicolor®, storybook Alex picture. They are in front of her home in São Paulo, Brazil. Bring the home to life by coloring it. You can find more pictures to color in the Alex Storicolor book, Ten Acts of Kindness, found at www.Via-E.com.
Since most girls are thinking about Trick or Treating about now, I thought this paper bag craft might make for great dollfriend fun! Color your own design and follow the directions to assemble your own Trick or Treating bag for dollfriends. This is a fun craft for any time of the year!
As we all await the arrival of the first production Alex dollfriends, I thought we could have a little fun to help pass the time. This game is my way of playing with the reality of the effort to bring Alex to your home. I hope it makes you smile.
This month I had to think harder to come up with a fun craft for girls. Since summer is approaching, I thought we’d encourage some outdoor fun. This craft can be completed with things you will find around the house. But if you want to make the tennis racquet more authentic, you can cut out the string area and replace it with an open weave material found at a cloth store or other string like material–be creative! Use a clear rubber band to hold it tightly in your dollfriend’s hand or weave the handle between the fingers. Since Alex’s arms rotate at the elbow she can do forehand and backhand strokes! So much fun!