DIY Doll School Lunch

Easy DIY Doll School Lunch with Free Printable

These easy DIY doll school lunch food items are the third items in this four-part series of DIY doll school supplies. The first two (in case you missed them) are:

  1. DIY Doll School SuppliesHow to Make DIY Doll School Supplies including Folders, Notebooks, and Printable Worksheets
  2. Dollar Store DIY Doll School SuppliesHow to Make DIY Doll School Supplies Including Pencils, Notepads, and Clip Boards

In this free printable, you will find doll sized:

  • Sandwiches
  • Rold Gold Pretzels
  • Frito’s
  • Lays Classic Chips
  • String Cheese
  • Cheese Crackers with Peanut Butter
  • Toasty Crackers with Peanut Butter
  • Keebler Cheese and Peanut Butter Cracker
  • Chocolate Chip Cookies

These are not to scale and are best suited for 18” dolls and Baby Alive (or similar) dolls.

You can watch this video on how to make everything and below you will find the full instructions for how to make these cute DIY doll school lunch items.

 

DIY Doll School Lunch Instructions

Time: One hour

Materials:

Instructions:

  1. Print the free school lunch printable. Regular copy paper will work; however, a heavier weight card stock or brochure paper is suggested.
  2. Glue the printed sheet onto cardboard with a glue stick. I used old food boxes. If the food boxes aren’t large enough, you can cut the sheet into smaller sections. It also helps to cut out the extra white space before gluing.
  3. Cut each item out.
  4. Glue two matching pieces together so that they are double sided. The sandwiches will not match up exactly, but they still look great.

I found small plastic boxes at the dollar store that I used as lunch boxes for my friend’s daughter’s Baby Alive school. They were three for a dollar at the 99 Cent store.

Yes, she has a school of 13 Baby Alive students (read more about this here)! I decorated each box with food stickers.

Another option for lunch bags is small paper favor bags that you can find in the party favor section of a craft store. They usually come in packs of 25 for around $3.00.

I hope you like it! Leave me a comment if there are other doll DIY’s you’d like me to try. I love a challenge!

More DIY Doll Accessories

Don’t forget to catch the two other parts in this series:

  1. DIY Doll School SuppliesHow to Make DIY Doll School Supplies including Folders, Notebooks, and Printable Worksheets
  2. Dollar Store DIY Doll School SuppliesHow to Make DIY Doll School Supplies Including Pencils, Notepads, and Clip Boards

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2 Comments

  1. This has been an absolute lifesaver! Thank you so much. My daughter’s face lit up like the sun when she saw this printable food. The size was perfect. A big thank you to you for all the work you put it that makes our lives so much easier.

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