Woodland Bear, Doll Bedding and Free Rustic Woodland Printable

I have had this idea about camping, the woodland style look and rustic style bedding, bears, wild animals….

woodland bear and doll bedding pattern front

While growing up my parents often took us camping in Yosemite National park.https://www.nps.gov/yose/index.htm

Yosemite-E

Camping was fun because my parents made it fun. They were excited so we were excited. I planned for weeks which toys I would take. My Barbie dolls and baby dolls were at the top of the list, which meant they needed sleeping bags!  Often times that meant a pretty piece of fabric folded in half and my dolls were slipped inside the fold.

Hours of fun were to be had when the toys went camping with me! We built a campground for them, or at least I did. Yosemite had stuffed toy bears that were always fun to scare my Barbie dolls with! And there were real  bears too….I always hoped we would see one and we usually did. Below is just a fun picture I found of a bear at a picnic table. Hahaha…I never saw this, but I did see bears get into our ice chests where the food was. That was before they came up with bear lockers to keep them out of our food!

bear-table

I put rocks in a ring and made a campfire for them, used little sticks for firewood. It was a great deal of fun for a little girl.

This bed set that I just designed is a fun little pattern made with pretty flannel plaid fabric  and a little fun fur. Easy pattern, pretty fabric and the end result is a fun little set for an American Girl doll or 18″ size baby doll.

http://www.hobbylobby.com/Fabric-Sewing/

collageThe bear was an extra idea that just seemed too cute to leave out.

Now here in my Etsy shop @https://www.etsy.com/listing/463660278/woodland-bear-and-doll-bedding-18?ref=shop_home_active_1

People usually have strong feelings about camping one way or another.Whether you love or hate camping….but enjoy the woodland/rustic/cabin look, How about a free Printable? I offered this last winter before the Christmas season. I created and designed it. I printed several out, cut them into squares and used them to make a rustic looking garland/banner with clothespins and twine! It’s a little Christmasy but still has that woodland look to it.  I’m creating another one for this Christmas season coming up, but it won’t be out till October.NEUTRAL CHRISTMAS SAYINGS AND SQUARES

Have a great week!

Blessings,

Debbie Booth

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