Easy Chopsticks for Dolls and a Few Tips for Setting an Asian Themed Table!

These chopsticks are super easy.  I do mean super easy! If you are making Japanese crafts for your doll it just seems like you can’t pass the chopsticks by!


It’s the little details and accessories that add a lot of fun to scenes and play! (A little glue dot helps Morgan show us how to hold chopsticks…well at least how to get started!;))


We’ve collected a couple different asian style doll dishes over the years.  Some are new, some are from thrift stores.


The reason they have been so easy to come by is that these little “doll dishes” are actually dipping dishes.  You know, the kind that holds a little soy sauce for dipping egg rolls.  Add a little paper placemat and a pair of chopsticks and we have a little doll place setting.


Now for the chopsticks!  See how easy!  It is simply tooth picks with a strip of colored paper glued on one end.


Now what to order?  Everything looks so good on the menu!


Don’t miss this Japanese hair clip inspired by the traditional Kanzashi hair clip.  I wrote the tutorial for Doll Diaries.  It is over there today!

Japanese Hair Clip Title

Have fun exploring other cultures and their traditions with dolls!


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  1. Kitty says

    You’ve done it again sister! So many great & fun crafts! Will you be doing a tutorial on Morgan’s kimono? :)

    • says

      Ah thanks! Oooo, yes there is a kimono tutorial! :) I still have to tweak a few things so it won’t be ready for a little while. For some reason the clothing tutorials always take longer to put together than the crafts!:)

  2. Bev says

    Oh I just found this page.
    I have been reading it front to back. and I know I have missed a lot.
    I did see where you said to flow your blog.
    Where do I find it?
    and is the kimono tutorial ready ?

    I don’t have a AG Doll , I have the Springfield dolls and everything seems to fit just fine.
    thank you so much for so much help.
    Bev in Ohio

    • says

      Bev, Welcome! I am working on updating a few buttons so thank you for your patience! I don’t have the Kimono tutorial up but thanks for your interest in it! I would love to share it sometime! Springfield dolls are great! I have a few myself. Stay tuned I will continue to be adding more doll fun!

    • says

      Hi Janie, I haven’t finished the kimono pattern. I am glad to know you are interested in it because I am working on more patterns available free for download and patterns you can purchase. I will definitely add the kimono to the list. Patterns are really time consuming to create and I’m excited to be spending more time creating them! Be sure to sign up for the sewing newsletter for updated information!

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