Sarah created a pattern for the dollhouse, and she also created some graphics to cover the dollhouse and the cute little wood peg people you see in the photo. Then she started selling them in her Etsy shop. How does it all come together? Mod Podge. In fact, Sarah is providing you with a tutorial for the peg people. Here we go.
Gather These Supplies
- Mod Podge
- Sharpie Pen
- Sponge applicator
- Acrylic paint
- Wooden peg dolls
You simply cut out the outfits (already sized for standard peg dolls) and paint the head of the peg doll a skin tone.
Using a sponge applicator, place a thin layer of Mod Podge to the wooden doll and wrap the paper outfit around the base.
Using more Mod Podge, seal down the tail piece.
Now place some Mod Podge along the top edge of the paper and smooth the paper down so that it lies snuggly up against your peg doll body using your finger (almost done! See I told you they were quick!) Now do the same with the bottom. While it’s drying, pick your hair color. Paint your hair on, and using my mini templates and a red and black Sharpie, draw on the faces. Coat the entire doll with Mod Podge . . . and let them dry. You’re done! Hooray!
If you want to make your own pattern, you can. If you want to buy the ones available from Sarah’s Etsy shop, go here.