Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Holiday Baking for Wednesday Wee Ones!

“Get out in that kitchen and rattle those pots and pans!”


Zeta and Holly have on their festive aprons just in time to bake gingerbread men.


Holly has on a new apron and chef’s hat with fabric that JoAnn sent me.


Don’t you love the Christmas popcorn and peppermints? I had a little Santa pin for Holly’s top.


She needed some help so I made a simple white eyelet apron for Zeta and some cute little dishcloths.


I cut strips of fabric for the trim. (and didn’t even hem the ruffles)


I made Holly a potholder and oven mit too.


And Zeta has a sweet holiday pin for her dress too.


JoAnn and I both used the Christmas fabric to create doll clothes for our sewing challenge.

Her blog is HERE.


Now if someone would just '”get out in that craft room and ‘bake up’ some gingerbread men”!

I’m joining Roses of Inspiration

Cooking and Crafting with J & J

and Ivy and Elephants

and Katherine’s Favorite things!

Thanks for joining us for

Holiday Wednesday Wee Ones.

I know it’s a busy time of year but be sure to

Take Time to PLAY!!!


JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Oh my dear - those are all just so darling. I love the idea of dish towels -and the mitt is so cute. Everything came out so well - I do love the tiny christmas tea set - now my dolls want one too. It looks like fun at your house - and in the kitchen.

Jill said...

So cute!

I see you have a mini Santa cup, did you thrift that or did you have it? Just wondering because I found a couple of them and wondering what people used them for..

Diane said...

Even an oven mitt? You're too much! So cute-- love the display too!

Thammie TheDollMaker said...

They are adorable. Have fun with your little chefs!

NanaDiana said...

Oh- So cute, Diane. You do such a fabulous job. You need some little girls to SEW for!!!!! Love everything you do...and I was all about gingerbread men on my blog yesterday. lol xo Diana

ann said...

The girls are sure in the spirit. I am still working on the 6 dresses. I need to sew on the buttons and boxes and do button holes. Your dollies are alway so cute.

Susie said...

Diane, I think those are the sweetest things...everything you make , I wish I had in my that would be a ton of fabric though.LOL
I think Nana Diana is making some gingerbread men. :):) Blessings to you, xoxo,Susie

Linda @ A La Carte said...

So cute! I love the accessories!

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

They are so cute. I love the apron and how they are styled. xoxo Su

PatC - All is Bright said...

Love your dolls! So festive!

Christmas hugs,

Arlene said...

Landon and I have been in the kitchen all morning as he is home from school today. We could have used these helpers.

Debby Ray said...

Well, your "girls" look absolutely adorable and ready to bake up something sweet! You are such a talented seamstress, Diane! Happy Wednesday :)

Sandra said...

Love the tiny Christmas Tea Set; so perfect with your dolls. The dolls are all certainly ready for Christmas Time. Great Display.

Musings from Kim K. said...

How absolutely precious are your sweet girls and their baking adventures!!

Linda Kay said...

Diane, you come up with the most adorable fabrics and ideas for the wee ones. These are just as cute as they can be. I'll be you have so much fun putting them together.

Shelia said...

Oh, Diane, these little aprons and trims are just the cutest! You do such a beautiful job on all of the sweet little clothes. Hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

acorn hollow said...

love it! so sweet.

Julie's Lifestyle said...

Hello Diane,
I love how adorable the dolls look in their holiday baking outfits. You did a great job sewing them!
Thank you for joining and sharing this with us at Cooking and Crafting with J&J.
Enjoy the week and weekend.

Red Rose Alley said...

Holly looks so festive in her red apron and chef's hat. And that tiny tea set is adorable.

It looks like you are getting into the Christmas spirit, Diane. Enjoy the season!!

love, ~Sheri

20 North Ora said...

So cute - especially all of the accessories!


Vee said...

Who needs gingerbread? Those outfits are plenty sweet.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

Oh that is the cutest thing ever!!

Susan said...

Now that was an adorable post. Loved it. Susan

Candy S said...

Holly's cute little Tartan plaid shoes look charming with her holiday apron and the cute little potholder. Zeta looks rather lovely in her pretty new apron too. The tea set displayed on the red and white crocheted table topper is the perfect touch for their holiday "baking" photo "op".

Hugs, Candy

PS: DIL is in labor, my newest little grand daughter should be here by tomorrow morning.

Farmhouse prims said...

Hi Diana, I love your post, the dolls and their accessories are just adorable, they look so real. Hugs, Lecia

Catherine Holman said...

You are so talented! Love this!

Stephanie said...

I am in LOVE with your cute dolls....their outfits are darling, my friend. Love the blue dress with the pin :)

I am so glad you joined Roses of Inspiration this week. Hugs and blessings!

Sam I Am...... said...

Where do you find the time? Beautiful items and they are so cute. I too love the popcorn santa fabric.

Jessica Pelasky said...

This is so cute! :)

Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

Tiff said...

Ok, I LOVE that you have dolls and dress them for the holidays!! I have a huge rabbit boy in my kitchen who I dress for the holidays, my family thinks I'm a bit crazy, but I love him :)

September Violets said...

These are just adorable little outfits for the gals! Love all the details you add to your outfits, and so thoughtful of you to make oven mitts and pot holders! You should make up some little felt gingerbread men for them Diane. I've read that felt is a whole lot easier to cut if you first draw the pattern on the dull side of freezer paper, iron it shiny side down on your felt so that it sticks, then cut the felt. This is just to get you going ;)