Activity DesignerMelissa Allen
The day I walked into the bathroom and saw sweet little golden brown locks on the floor, I nearly cried. Good thing for me my daughter was only brave enough to take off a few snips from the bottom, but I knew I must do something before her school photos ended up looking like mine at that age with bangs that resembled a roller coaster.
Together, we created a doll to allow her to get all of that hair cutting energy out.
What You'll Need
How We Did It
Starting with a paper roll of any size, punch holes along the back and sides of the top. I did about an inch width of holes to allow for lots of yarn hair. Cut your yarn 8-12" long and thread each piece through two holes and knot in place. My daughter helped by cutting each yarn strand for me and handing them to me as I threaded. She was really excited to watch the doll come together.