How To Make A Doll Cradle With A Recycled Oatmeal Box




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Marigoldblu: Loved this...got a new Grandchild coming soon ! Brilliant tutorial :) Marie ~ x

Gabs D.: SOOOO CUTE!!! Wow I have no words I'm speechless this is so cute

Gabs D.: Ur welcome I hope they love it as much as I do! :)

sazmurei: God bless u and thank u u rock for doing this

blezzy monton: how sweet!!!

Anu: this is awesome thank u so much

Carolyn Wainscott: thank you so much and thanks for watching.

hanna111708: Put more crafts please I love to make thing for my dolls

Anjinhadna: And now, my baby doll can play here! Thanks for help finished my doll house. :3

Carolyn Wainscott: so glad your baby now has something to sleep in. I have made these for 3 generations now, my daughters and nieces, my granddaughters and now my great granddaughters. Please subscribe to my channel, it is no telling what else I will be making for our dolls. I have plans for several projects that you may be interested in. Thanks so much for watching. I so appreciate it. I have just posted 2 more videos for doll clothes. Send me a photo of your project to Carolyn's Canvas on Facebook.

Levi Levinika: Oh so pretty :o) Very cute and a wonderful and easy tutorial! Thanks a bunch <3

frog1844: um I love you what are you doing

Anjinhadna: i had so much fun doing my doll cradle with your tutorial. Thank you so much! You have good hands for this job *-*
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How To Make A Doll Cradle With A Recycled Oatmeal Box