Camp Dolliwatha: Scripts

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Welcome back to Camp Dolliwatha! A couple days ago I briefly mentioned a DIY script for your dolls, but since it can be hard to follow instructions with just words, I’m going to show you how I made it (formed a little differently as to not waste paper).

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1. Cut a small stack of paper in half.

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2. Put the papers in one stack and staple a corner.

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3. I cut the stapled papers in half. I flipped the half with the staple on it. If you want to make two scripts, staple the other half together too.

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4. Write the script title on it, and if you want, even write a play for your dolls. I think it’s my penmanship making the photo blurry- my title says “The Legend of Camp Dolliwatha”.

If you made this craft, email Loren up to three pictures at happyhouseofag@gmail.com. She’ll include your photo(s) in the weekly Camp Dolliwatha recap post on Saturday!

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Guys, tomorrow is the last day to send in your Fiction vs. Fantasy stories! 

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    1. Oh, my blog isn’t connected to blogger at all. If people do follow me with blogger I have no clue. Thanks for letting me know anyway!

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