I wanted to show you how easy it is to make
"food" for your dolls. All you need is a few standard
supplies, maybe a picture or two of the food you want to make,
and your imagination!
*Toilet paper roll - I used 2, each cut into THIRDS (these make the "tubs" ice cream comes in)
*Clay - white (vanilla), brown (chocolate), other colors for "swirls" of your choice
*Clay Cutting knife - these are on the clay isle (or like a razor blade - BE CAREFUL!!)
*1/2 TSP measuring spoon (or a plastic disposable spoon) - this will need to be used for CLAY ONLY from now on...
*Pasta Roller - for rolling the clay flat to "blend" the colors (DO NOT USE for food again)
*Baking dish (DO NOT USE for food again)
*Triple Thick - glue glaze for "finishing" your clay after it is fired
1. Clean your TP roll of all loose paper. Carefully mark your TP roll, and cut into THIRDS:
8. If you would like to make ice cream "flavors" like swirls and such, use your pasta roller to roll out your "flavor" of ice cream (here I used vanilla) and add pieces of your "swirl flavor" to the top (I used chocolate):
17. Roll your hand-smooshed stack through the pasta machine again:
22. Once you are satisfied with your "scoop", use your blade to slide under the scoop and transfer it to a piece of tin foil (or the bowl you intend to use) for baking:
Here's the finished product (clockwise from top left):
Vanilla Caramel (white with beige swirl)
Chocolate Candy Cane (brown with red, white & green swirl)
Rock-ee Road (brown with white swirl)
Chocolate Covered Strawberry (white with FINE brown & pink swirl)
Vanilla Fudge (white with brown swirl)
The plan for the "bakery case" can be found here:
Please feel free to use these plans to build furniture, for sale or for pleasure, but please do not sell the PLANS as your "own". Please also give credit to me and link back here! I hope you enjoy them!!
***I am NOT LIABLE for any plans featured here. Please take every precaution and use your own discretion to make sure these toys are safe for children to play with them.