I am here to share with you an amazing AGSM movie that MADISON made!
I have watched it at least six times and I LOVE it! It’s really fun to watch and it has a very important message.
It’s Molly here! It’s my birthday so I get to make a special post! I decided to do a movie review of Toy Story.
My favorite characters: Definitely Buzz and Woody but I also really liked the slinky dog and the aliens.
My favorite part: When Woody and Buzz are talking to the aliens in the claw machine.
I LOVED it! It’s packed with action but also very cute and fun. I would definitely recommend it.
Today I have a mini stopmotion to share with you! Here it is:
(Please excuse my hand.)
It was a LOT of fun to make!
I know it’s short but I’m actually in the middle of filming some LONG stopmotion movies. It could be a couple (or several) months before they are done though (or ready to be shown because some of them are for certain holidays).
Anyways, I also wanted to share this Bible verse:
Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong. 1 Corinthians 16:13
I LOVE that verse!
One more thing:
THIS AGMV (American Girl music video) is amazing! You should go watch it.
Guest post by NATALIE!
Step 1. Cut out the printable and use it as a template on your paper. (It may be helpful to lightly tape them together, so they don’t shift)
Step 4. Thread your needle, and lightly sketch out the design you want to embroider on your basket using small dots. Start stitching! I’m doing a cross-stitch pattern.
Step 5. Fold a strip of paper in half to your desired width. Again, lightly sketch out your design, and start sewing. (tip; when you are making a stitch, hold the paper taut when the needle goes through. This will make a nicer looking hole)
Step 6. Tie your thread off, and tape or glue both ends of the handle to the basket.
Voila! Your basket is finished! Kit loves hers-she is already plotting how to beat her sisters and roommates in the annual easter egg hunt!
Great job, Natalie!
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First of all, thank you to everyone who gave me ideas on what to do for my dolls’ birthdays.
After giving it some thought I decided what to do. I decided that when a doll has a birthday, they will get a post featuring them! It can be a post that they write or a post that I write.
This wasn’t directly suggested by anyone, but everyone’s ideas helped me come up with this one.
I really don’t know how to put this.
Jamey and James and Olivia Rose’s birthdays didn’t get celebrated at all. I considered doing a photo story, but that didn’t work out very well.
I need a new way to celebrate my dolls’ birthdays. Trying to have parties for each of my dolls’ birthdays just isn’t working.
Does anyone have any suggestions?