Craft: Doll Pumpkin Pie Slice

Hi! Today I am going to show you how I made that delicious pumpkin pie Saige was showing you in the pilgrim costume post. You can make it just in time for Thanksgiving!

And just a reminder before we get started: Friday is the last day to enter the ice skating outfit giveaway so don't miss your chance to win!

Ok, let's get started.

You will need: orange and tan craft foam, scissors, glue, a pencil, white puffy paint.



Cut about 4 triangles of orange craft foam, or as thick as you want it.
These are about 1 3/4" long and 1" wide.


Put glue between each layer.



And stack them.




Trace the same triangle onto your tan foam.



Glue that to the bottom. Trim the sides to make it all even.



Cut a strip of tan foam to go on the back for your crust.



And glue it to the back like this.
You might want to use hot glue so it will stay in place faster.



Now add your "whipped cream" using white puffy paint.



That's it!





















I hope you enjoyed today's craft! Are you going to eat pumpkin pie this Thanksgiving?




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    1. i love it i made it and it was fun and SUPER AWESOME
      love you amaya
      -S

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  2. It looks good enough to eat! Yes, I am having pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving.

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  3. LOVE your new turkey banner. Too cute. Also love this craft. What an easy way to make pie. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. So adorable!!! I AM going to make a slice...or two...maybe ten :)
    Love your new header too!

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  6. If you want to make pie, then you should make a bunch of them, put velcro on the sides and stick them together. Your doll can cut them up!

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  7. i tried this and i love how its so simple. My dolls thought it was delicious YYYYUUUMMM!

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  8. I'll have to see if I have this color foam!

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  9. Ohmygoodness! This is awesome! I have made foam foods for my dolls before, but this is brilliant! Thank you so much!

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