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The first one I made is called Frank
I made this because I wanted an Uglydoll but I wanted to customise it so I made this at the weekend.

I would recomend using old clothes and buttons for this make which saves money and it is eco-friendly.

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  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 1
    Step 1

    Gather all of the things you need and lay them out on the table

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 2
    Step 2

    Draw the main template on your A4 sheet of paper and cut it out
    (HINT: use a small plate/bowl to draw around for the top od the head)

    Draw the lips and/or mouth onto paper and cut out

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 3
    Step 3

    Take your fabric and fold it evenly in half - lining up the edges - and pin the template onto the fabric
    Draw around the template with tailors chalk and cut around it leaving about a one centimeter margin for seam allowance

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 4
    Step 4

    Take the template off and re-pin the two halfs together and mark a two inch gap at the top before you start sewing as this will be the hole to put the stuffing in
    Sew the two peices together - I recomend you use back-stitch

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 5
    Step 5

    Turn the doll inside-out

  • Step 6

    Pin the mouth templates to the felt and cut out (you do not need a margin)
    Sew or glue them onto the face but not too far up as you need to attatch the eyes

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 7
    Step 7

    Take two fairly big buttons - preferably slightly different sizes - and sew/glue them onto the face just above the mouth
    Take three small pompoms, buttons, sequins, beads or jems and sew/glue them on as jacket buttons

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 8
    Step 8

    Fill the doll with the polystyrene filling and spread it about the body evenly
    Stitch up the head using blind stitch or running stitch

  • How to make a cookie plushie. Gingerbread Inspired Doll - Step 9
    Step 9

    Now you are finished!

    Enjoy!

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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
cute, great job!
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chloeinlove
chloeinlove · 4 projects
Who wants one with cat ears? jas should put her chicken on here!
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Leah S
Leah S · 11 projects
I'm glad it does =D

my friend at school saw him when she came round my house and wants me to make her one with cat ears. I might post the images on here!! x
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DmD
DmD
At first glance I thought this was a spaceman of some sort, then I clicked on the image and seen his button eyes. I like the colors you picked and his smile makes me happy.
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KMOM14
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 377 projects
Cute. He could also be adapted to make Southpark's "Kenny".
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Leah S
Leah S · 11 projects
thank you guys! (I may be making another doll soon)
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Candice C.
Candice C. · Wylie, Texas, US · 49 projects
I LOVE his gaping mouth!
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michelle G.
michelle G. · Antigonish, Nova Scotia, CA · 1258 projects
cute
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Lilim
Lilim · 17 projects
Ugly dolls are cute my favorite I think is OX. I bought a keychain of Ox of a boyfriend once ^^ He loved it soo much use to carry it around with him XD
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