With just a few supplies and some Craft Foam you can soon have your dolls ready for racing. This helmet from Koski Kreations was initially intended to go with Motocross / ATV Gear but it can also be used for Skiing or Snowboarding and even Car racing. It has many possibilities.
If you want to make your racing experience complete be sure to check out the coordinating Motocross / ATV Gear pattern. Both patterns are available individually, or buy the bundle to save!
This PDF crafting pattern was designed to be used with 18" dolls such as American Girl®.
Recommended Fabrics: Craft Foam
5mm Craft Foam
3mm Craft Foam
Rubber Cement otherwise know as Contact Cement
Heat Gun, Iron or Hot hair dryer.
Utility or Craft knife.
Paints or Markers for Decorating.
Skill Level: Easy
What You Get: One 20 page crafting pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF crafting pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.
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Great patter..easy to follow
This was the first craft foam project i have done, other than glueing foam soles on shoes. This pattern teaches you how to form an AG sized hat -- this one a helmet. Perfect to go with the Motocross Gear in her other pattern. I had so much fun making this helmet. It looks so realistic. It even includes goggles. Take a short time to assemble the helmet. A bit longer to seal and paint the goggles and helmet. You'll have fun with this one!
I haven't had so much fun in years!! Making this helmet and Goggles was just too much fun. Who knew you could take a flat piece of 5mm foam and some rubber cement and end up with this? It's amazing to make a 3D helmet from what is essentially a 2D material. The only thing remotely difficult about thus project is making sure to cut the foam as close to 90 degrees from the flat cutting surface. The straighter and smoother your cuts, the better. Give this one a try, you'll be amazed at how fun and easy it is.