How to Make Forearm Crutches for Your Lammily Doll

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To make the FOREARM CRUTCHES you’ll need

#01 Wooden dowel rods

#02 A plastic hair curler

#03 Tape

#04 Pushpins

#05 Beads

#06 Scrap craft foam

#07 Paint and nail polish

#08 Hot glue

#09 And your Lammily doll

#10 Mark the dowel rods at the height of your doll’s elbows

#11 …Carefully cut on the marks

#12 …And paint the rods, leaving a small space at the top unpainted.

#13 Glue beads to the bottom of the rods

#14 …Use a hole punch to make tiny foam circles

#15 …And glue them to the beads to make non-slip tips for your crutches.

#16 Next, cut small sections of the curler to make arm cuffs

#17 …Glue to the crutches

#18 …Cut thin strips of tape

#19 …and wrap it around the cuffs to secure them in place

#20 …and paint the tips where the wood shows through.

#21 Put your doll’s arms into the crutches and mark where the handgrips will be placed

#22 …Push the pushpins into the dowel rods slightly at the marks

#23 …Glue beads to the pushpins

#24 …Now glue the bead/pushpin onto the rod, so that the tip of the pushpin goes into the hole you made.

#25 Cut thin strips of tape

#26 …And wrap it around your crutches to add detail.

#27 Now Lammily is on the move!

Crafted by Rebecca Kara
Produced by Nickolay Lamm

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