American Girl Chick Fil A Printables
Sunday the kids and I decided it would be fun to play our Candy Land board game outside instead of inside. (For the doll size version of Candy Land go HERE.) It was a beautiful day and we wanted to enjoy the game together as much as the weather! After a couple of times playing, the kids asked if they could play with their toys out front. See, it’s a special treat for them to play out front because they aren’t allowed to unless I’m out with them watching. I sprawled out on the front lawn soaking up the sun and they grabbed bikes and scooters. As soon as I noticed they were going to ride, I reminded them to get their helmets on! They always try to sneak a few pedals in hoping I don’t notice. Anyways, right after Lexie gets her helmet on and starts to scoot away on her scooter, she turns the corner too sharp for her speed. Immediately I hear tears. I run over and pick her up and through her tears she makes sure to tell me she didn’t split her head open! You know, because I made her wear her helmet thankfully! So cute. She had a few boo boos so I take her inside, place her new Princess bandaids on her knees which make everything better and we start to go back outside. Somehow at the doorway I slip, completely twist my foot and fall to the floor. Freak accident. Let’s just say that it was time to come in and I couldn’t walk anymore! I’ve been on crutches since just letting my foot heal and there hasn’t been a whole lot of activity coming from me.
I tell you all of this because since I’m on crutches, I haven’t been able to do my normal daily routines. Which of course include crafting! I have a few crafts I’m right in the middle of, and will be finished as soon as I can walk on my own again! In the meantime I thought it would be good to share some of my crafts that I have done and not shared yet! Like the American Girl Chick Fil A Printables! We did these a while back and made a cute little Chick Fil A restaurant for our dolls. Now I wish I had taken pics, but I didn’t so you will have to use your imagination, or make them yourself! Chick Fil A is a favorite of ours and you can catch us there sometimes 3-4 times a week! We love stopping by after school for an ice cream treat or for dinner when I’m not in a cooking mood. I recommend printing these on a medium to heavy card stock. That way they are sturdy and last longer than regular paper.
For the nuggets and fries we used polymer clay and made our own. For the drinks I filled the cup with hot glue, then topped with caulk to look like whip cream, and then added a red seed beed to look like a cherry. Chick Fil A milkshake! On the bag, I cut the top with scrapbook scissors so it had a pointy edge. That’s optional of course!
Above where you see a Chick Fil A employee and all the kids is where our Chick Fil A was showing everyone how they made biscuits! Every child got to make their own! Needless to say my kids loved doing this! In the other picture you can see the biscuits they made! We got keep and enjoy them! Yummy!
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