You asked and we are bound to please! I received several messages asking for more pictures on how my daughters and I set up the doll Unicorn Café scenes. Setting the scene for a doll display can be so much fun! All the crafting is done and it is time to put together your creations into one full setting. I’ll be honest, for any doll lover, you never out grow the excitement of when a scene finally comes together; it’s an accomplishment! Enjoy more scene pictures as we recap and conclude the doll Unicorn Café series. We hope you have enjoyed these posts as much as we have!
For ANY and ALL info on the doll Unicorn Café see here: The Doll UNICORN CAFE !!!
We are so nostalgic and love anything retro! We couldn’t imagine the doll Unicorn Café to be anything but a drive-in! Make sure to check out how to make the drive-in door trays and paper food trays!
How the dolls are dressed definitely helped with our scene displays. We wanted a fun doll Unicorn Café uniform! Make sure to check out the free logo printable and unicorn printables for dolls and child/adult.
The doll Unicorn Café marquee sign, menus, and guest checks all add details that brought the doll Unicorn Café to life!
Adding a picnic table with the doll Unicorn Café table signs puts cute little details that adds a big impact! Make sure to get the table sign free printables.
For scene setting and play, two additional “prep” tables were used in the back of the doll Unicorn Café.
One table was used for unicorn drinks to create the shakes and hot chocolate. The other table was for the unicorn pastries to create the cookies, donuts, and cakes. This type of scene setting creates a tremendous amount of play value.
For more information on the DIY blender pictured below see here: http://brandyshappyhome.com/doll-vitamix-blender/
One benefit of making your own doll sized treats is that you have left over décor to set the scene. The unicorn suckers, marshmallows, sour belts, and candy bracelets add a lot of color! Make sure to check out how to may these DIY polymer clay sweet treats.
** The trays of ice cream and ice cream scooper were recycled from our Our Generation ice cream truck, https://www.target.com/p/our-generation-174-sweet-stop-ice-cream-truck-153-light-blue/-/A-47986277#lnk=sametab
See here for more information on how to make the doll Unicorn Café unicorn cookies and unicorn donuts .
**The stand mixer is retired American Girl’s Grace’s collection. The rolling pin and sifter are from American Girl Kit. The frosting bag, measuring cups, and measuring spoons are from a retired OG baking/chef set. The fry basket and tongs were recycled from our Our Generation ice cream truck, as mentioned above.
We displayed our extra sprinkles in mini salt and pepper shakers from the Dollar Tree. In the corner of the picture above is what the shakers look like in packaging.
For another use of these shakers see here: http://brandyshappyhome.com/diy-doll-crystal-glasses/
Just another cute picture of a doll doing her thing in the scene! 🙂
Love hand shots! Even the dolls love the sour belts!
I REALLY need to mention this “DIY folding table!” I first found and posted about this table over a year ago! Go buy them if you are into doll scenes and need display tables! These work great when displaying your doll’s upcoming holiday treats! See more here: http://brandyshappyhome.com/doll-tailgate-folding-table-and-food/
The Unicorn Café unicorn cakes and unicorn cupcakes were just a few of the many treats made in this series.
What are you waiting for? Go make your doll Unicorn Café! Life really can be all rainbows and unicorns! http://brandyshappyhome.com/the-doll-room/unicorn-cafe/
Deby Denby says
Where do you get the cake plates from?
The cake plates are cupcake stands. They were given to me as a gift. I have seen similar ones at Hobby Lobby and Michaels.
Love this “behind the scenes” post! And yes, those tables are the best, I bought one after I saw you use them for the tailgate party post and mine has gotten plenty of use in various scenes.
That’s awesome Flo! I’ll be using it much more soon! 😉