Tag Archive | Jungle

Rope Course

My family always has ropes up in our backyard. We string them up different ways and walk across them. Ours our sort of in the woods, so I did it for jungle week. You will need thin rope or strong string. DSCN8692[1]                           I strung it from one tree to another, tying in the middle. Make sure to tie it really tight. You can add a top rope if you want. DSCN8693[1]                        Now put a doll on and maybe a harness. I am using a string tied around Abby’s waist and a clip, more to keep her up then for her. DSCN8694[1]                      Apparently Abby decided to go zip lining.

You can do this as many ways as you want. I just used the two strings so I did a tight rope, but we have done it more ways than I can count.

Till tomorrow!


Tour-Camping Area

Since it is Jungle week I am going to show you the closest to a jungle. The camping area. DSCN8680[1]                      Here is an overview. My camping area is in a corner, next to closet. The tent is up on my Guinea Pig’s cage, as that is where I have more room. DSCN8682[1]                       A close up of the tent. I found the tent a a thrift store last year. DSCN8681[1]                        The cabin is in the ‘woods’ right next to the campfire area. DSCN8683[1]                         And then we have the campfire area. The ‘grass’ is a green towel, I have a mini Christmas tree, a dish filled with sticks and usually a flickering tea light, A bench, and a little tree stool.

That’s it. What do you think?


Hiking Accessories

This week’s theme is jungle. Your dolls might need some accessories, so here are a couple simple crafts.lea and stuff         Lea displaying a walking stick, flashlight, waterbottle, compass, backpack, and energy bar.


compass            Trace around a bottle cap on scrapbook paper. Cut out the paper and write on it to make it look like a compass. Glue a ribbon to the top if you want.


cardboard vanilla         Fold a piece of cardboard.checker fun          Wrap scrapbook paper around it, write a label on, and cover it with packing tape so it is shiny.

WATER BOTTLE AND FLASHLIGHTwaterlight  Glue three wooden beads together, a plastic bead on top of the flashlight. water flashlight       Cover with foil or silver paper. Glue a bead to the top of the water bottle, and wrap scrapbook paper around the flashlight.


log wog   Cut a piece of bamboo and cover it with strips of ribbon. Glue a ribbon to the end of the stick.

BACKPACKpack for your back      Glue a felt flap to the back of a jeans pocket. Use velcro to keep it shut.glittlr pack   Glue ribbon to the bag and decorate with glitter glue.

lea and stuff    Now you have everything you need for a hike!