Make Your Own Perfectly Imperfect Worry Doll

Make Your Own Perfectly Imperfect Worry Doll

Happy Monday! I hope you all have a wonderful week ahead of you.

This week I decided to make a worry doll, I had one when I was a child and I loved it. I told it all my worries and popped it under my pillow. You can buy generic ones from places like amazon or ebay but you can also make your own unique ones quite easily.

The great thing about these dolls is that they don’t have to be perfect, you can make them as messy as you like, it gives them more character. I chose not to give mine a face, but you can give yours one if you like.

Perfectly Imperfect Worry Doll

Ingredients:

  • Scissors
  • A pipe cleaner
  • Wool (3 different colours)
  • Super glue (Optional, but I find it helpful
Doll Ingredients

Start by cutting about a third of the pipe cleaner off (See picture below) and make the long bit into a circle (Look down for picture), twist a few times to make the head and arms.

Then for the legs you fold the remaining piece in half and thread through the head, twist below the arms to create legs (again, there are pictures down there). You may want to fold the ends of the pipe cleaners over to make little hands and feet, it also stops it from being sharp.

Once you have the outline of your doll you can start to wrap the wool around it, as shown in the picture above I started with the head. I wrapped it as you would a ball of wool and then moved on to the yellow jumper and eventually the blue trousers. When you’ve finished use a little bit of super glue to secure the end of the wool, you can tuck it in but it has a tendency to pop out.

Ta-da! Perfectly Imperfect Worry Doll

This is a great activity to do with children, especially if they are worried in the current climate.

I’d love to see them if you make one?

Take Care!

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