Make Delicious Easter Deserts for Dolls

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Supplies for the following doll-sized desserts include: Easter bunting paper, blow molding paints, Sculpey (oven-bake clay), white school glue, cardboard, a mini carrot mold (optional), and an assortment of acrylic paints.

On the left, Easter eggs have been printed on scrapbook paper. center of the eggs. Right, an 18-inch Easter Bunny
Sugar cookies displayed on the doll’s plate.

Faux Easter Eggs, Sugar Cookies for Dolls are made by cutting colored egg scrap paper and gluing it to thin cardboard. Cut out cardboard the same size as the printed eggs and then blow paints on the “icing” of each cookie to give it a 3D look.

On the left, an unpainted cross-shaped cake for dolls. Well, what does a sheet cake look like once it comes out
It was painted with a rainbow and blown ice paint.

To make two Easter leaf cakes for your dolls as shown above:

  1. Stack several rectangles cut out of cardboard on top of each other, using white school glue in between, until the cakes are the depth you want them to be; We have approximately 1/2 inch.
  2. Then take this stack and tape it to a larger piece of cardboard cut out and laminated with scrap paper; This will be your cake display board.
  3. Form a Sculpey cross and bake according to the directions on the box.
  4. Do the same for the carrot cake just in the shape of a carrot or put a cute carrot on top of the cake like the one in the photo below.
  5. Paint the cake with acrylic and puff paints. The crosshair cake has a layer of icing in the background that is painted like a rainbow with polka dot accents of frosting in the same colors. Leave the cross bright white. The carrot cake cream turns brown like garden soil and is dotted with a small layer of green, yellow and light green coating. The fake carrot is painted orange and green.

On the left, unpainted carrot cake for dolls. On the right, the carrot cake is placed with the frosting.

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