My daughter has been telling me for a while now that she needs more bath toys . I hate having the tub cluttered with too many toys though. That's why I came up with these foam bath dolls.
What you need:
Foam sheets (I picked up a pack at the dollar store.)
After printing out the patterns I placed them on top of the foam and traced around the pattern with a mechanical pencil that didn't have any lead. This left an indent it the foam and then I could easily cut them out.
I made two dolls, two sets of hair, two dress, a shirt, pants, and a bathing suit (upon my daughters request).
I then added a face to the dolls with a permanent marker and they were ready for play.
My daughter was so excited to help me make the dolls. After I had the first doll and dress cut out she was ready to take them to the tub. "Don't you want hair and a face first?" I said. She responded by saying, "No thank you. I just want to take a bath now." I did make her wait until we were done though. Delayed gratification is good for kids right? Needless to say she loves her new bath dolls. So fun!