I got my October issue of the iCreate Monthly magazine today and I am absolutely thrilled! One of my favorite doll designers, KeLibu, is featured. I love how the owner, Tracy, brings a little costuming and sci-fi/fantasy into her pattern designs. In the October feature of iCreate Monthly we get detailed pictures of the KeLibu’s doll sized fortune teller costume and tent. You also get FOUR free DIY instructions and printables to create your own doll sized mini crystal ball, a round fortune teller table, an oval fortune teller table, and a set of tarot cards.
An iCreate Monthly subscription comes with your iCreate Plus memberships. You can sign up a member ship here: iCreate for Dolls membership
You can get the doll pattern for the fortune teller costume here: https://kelibudesign.com/catalog/fortune-teller-costume-for-18-inch-dolls/
This set includes patterns for the fortune teller shirt, skirt, leather belt, and head scarf.
You can find the pattern for the doll Fortune Teller tent here: https://kelibudesign.com/catalog/fortune-teller-tent-for-18-inch-dolls/
KeLibu also offers a fantastic blog too! Tracy offers a few free DIY accessories to accompany her patterns, including a fortune teller hip scarf, head jewelry, and fortune teller sign.
You can find the information to make this cool beaded doll fortune teller hip scarf here: https://kelibudesign.com/make-a-hip-scarf/
You can find information on the fortune teller head jewelry here: https://kelibudesign.com/make-head-jewellery/
You can find information on the fortune teller sign here: https://kelibudesign.com/make-a-fortune-teller-sign/
I think this fortune teller and tent would be a great addition to our doll Boo-Boulevard! For more information on our doll Halloween carnival see here: http://brandyshappyhome.com/dolloween-carnival-part-2-carnival-games/
With four DIY crafts in the iCreate October Monthly and three DIY crafts on the KeLibu blog that is SEVEN total DIY crafts to accompany these adorable doll fortune teller costume and tent patterns! Go get them!