Sarah found her mother's old scout sash, full of all the beautiful embroidered badges, and
we were discussing how cute it would be to frame. Then of course it got us
thinking about making a tiny version for the dolls, and well, framing that too!
So, I scanned in her mother's sash, and shrunk it down to make a tiny version for our tiny
They are earning a camping badge.
Of course, roasting marshmallows!
Our little scout modeling the sash.
I made a little scouting journal for her too.
We also made a larger version, for one of my daughters favorite dolls.
Here is Sarah's mother with the original sash.
The sash is also really adorable framed in a shadow box for display. I made a tiny
little white blouse and wire hanger for display only, not quite quality enough for a doll to wear,
but I like the wonky handmade messiness of it.
You could easily use doll clothes if you wanted to display your own.
Click the link here and you can download the free pdf.
You just need to print it onto printable fabric transfer sheets, iron onto muslin and sew up the tiny sash!
Tah-dah! I think just in making this, I must have earned some kind of badge, right?