Do the dishes with a smile! Make one of these unique "dish dollies" to put next to your kitchen sink. This is a great way to turn odd bits of fabric, trim, beads and other craft supplies into a useful and unique hostess or bridal shower gift, too. Best of all, the dish dollies are refillable, so your creativity can be enjoyed for months to come.
Approximate Time: 45 minutes
By Claire from Phoenix, AZ
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I have been looking for a pattern for Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus on Ivory dish soap bottles and cannot find it. Do you know where I can find this pattern? They have Styrofoam heads and plastic hands, but the bodies are the Ivory soap bottle. Help.
By V Keating
I just bought the book with all of the Ivory soap bottle dolls patterns. Now it's impossible to find the faces, hands. Do you know where you can get the faces and hands? I'll share my patterns with you if we can find them.
I may be able to find the hands and faces if you would like to share your pattern please going to look today for them
Please share the pattern for the ivory soap bottle dolls
Please share your pattern or provide the company the pattern is by. Etc. McCalls n pattern #. Would like to get this info so I Can make these dolls. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you sill have the ivory bottle mr and mrs santa pattern
how do i make the arms for her
With twisted pipe stems, glue hand to this. Run the pipe stems through the shoulders.
Can you please share your patterns for Santa and Mrs Claus. I have been looking everywhere for them. My parents had them when I was little. Would love to make them. Thank you Joan
I was wondering if I can get the ivory dish bottle Santa and Mrs Claus patterns from you if you have them.Thank you for your time.Joan
I was wondering if you happen to have the pattern to make the Claus soap bottle dolls?
Yes, right here on Thrifty Fun they have such a cute one to use. The finished project is so cute and it is made with an Ivory soap bottle.
Is there a pattern for the Mr. and Mrs. Santa made from dish soap bottles and where can I purchase it?
Where can you buy the Santa heads?
FDC.com has them for $2.99 each. You can also find them on Amazon.com They are heads and hands. 6 sets for about $18.00
Harlean from Arkansas
Does anyone know how I could obtain patterns for any of the Ivory Liquid soap bottle dolls? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I googled ivory soap bottle dolls and got this.
I am still looking for the pattern for Mr. and Mrs. Santa dolls made with Ivory Soap bottles. Can someone tell me where I can obtain it or the name of a book that contains the pattern for all the Ivory Soap bottle dolls. Thank you.
I saw one on ebay and it looks like you buy the doll head top and add it to the bottle. Then buy arms and legs.
Does anyone have a pattern for a kitchen doll made from old Ivory dish soap bottles?
I am looking for a free pattern for Mr. and Mrs. Santa made from Ivory soap bottles.
By Erma from Las Vegas, NV
This is a page about making a dish soap bottle apron. This cute little apron makes a plain bottle of dish soap decorative. It makes a nice gift as well.
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How do I obtain a pattern for the Ivory Liquid bottle Mr. and Mrs. Santa? This pattern, I believe, is from the 60s.
Back in the late 60's or early 70's I used to make dolls from Ivory soap bottles. The heads and hands were vinyl and you actually made clothes.