dinsdag 12 januari 2021


Original by Dollhouse Decorating

1. Take an old bottle cap (you can also buy them at a craft store for a few cents), fill it with tiny beads or small punches of craft foam to see how much filling you need:

2. Dump the loose pie filling into a small container, add glue and stir.

3.  Dump the pie filling into the bottle cap(s) and wait for it to dry.  Here's a before and after picture of the wet / dry pie filling:

4. Next, make the crust... turn a pie upside down on thin brown paper and trace around it.  Cut out the circle.

5.  Cut the brown paper circle into thin strips.

6. Mix a little water and glue together - make it fairly runny, like the consistency of milk.  Put the strips in the glue mixture and stir them around, being sure they get coated on all sides.

7. Lay the strips across the top of the pies in a criss-cross lattice pattern.  (Note:  I use a toothpick or end of a paint brush to help get the strips in place.  Otherwise they start sticking to both hands and you end up really frustrated.)

8.  Wait for the pies to "bake" (dry!) and you're done!  

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