You have Javascript disabled and this means that the dadcando website cannot function correctly.

If you want to see dadcando's exciting website full of crafts and making things with and for children then you will have to enable Javascript on your browser.

This content requires the Adobe Flash Player and a browser with JavaScript enabled. Get Flash
dadcando - click to return to homepage
A personal list of all the projects that have been made a favourite for quick access

Tornado GR4 See this Favourite Project
X-1000 SkyBlade See this Favourite Project
Dragon Egg See this Favourite Project
How to draw Mario See this Favourite Project
Make a Homer's D'oh nut trophy See this Favourite Project
Buy your Plop Trumps here See this Favourite Project
Steampunk tennis rackets See this Favourite Project
Kokeshi Doll See this Favourite Project
MicroCards - Fruit Edition See this Favourite Project
MicroCards - Standard Edition See this Favourite Project
Wizard Potions Party Invite See this Favourite Project
Special Delivery Dragon Stamps See this Favourite Project
Chinese New Year 2009 See this Favourite Project
Book Binding See this Favourite Project
Melros's Dragon Egg Pendant See this Favourite Project
Victorian Domed Display Case See this Favourite Project
Peerfect Yorkshire Puddings See this Favourite Project
Love Heart Gift Box See this Favourite Project
Egg Timer See this Favourite Project
Wizard's Wands See this Favourite Project

Special Title
Chris's Kokeshi Doll
Number of rating for this project 6
Your picture hereSpace
Chris's Kokeshi Doll Picture 1
Uploaded on July 3, 2008

Your picture 0
I made this in about 10 minutes using only a felt tipped pen to colour it in. The body is made from a mini drinking yogurt bottle, the head from a deodorant bottle lid and the hair from a shaving foam tin cap.
5 Comment on this project
sausages's Avatar
sausages says:

Posted: 30/12/2008 1:18:28 PM
Wow! The painting is soooooooooo good! I agree with all the others- I have bought a doll just like it!!! ;)
Reply to this commentFlag this comment as inappropriate
alyssadelacour's Avatar
alyssadelacour says:

Posted: 11/8/2008 1:36:04 AM
Oh, don't be to modest! it was not just the right shaped bottle, it was the painting! Just looking at this makes me say "wow!". It looks just like the chinese/japanese would make it!
Reply to this commentFlag this comment as inappropriate
OhAllison's Avatar
OhAllison says:

Posted: 3/8/2008 9:13:01 AM
This one is amazing. I'm impressed.
Reply to this commentFlag this comment as inappropriate
antigherkin's Avatar
antigherkin says:

Posted: 28/7/2008 12:29:12 PM
Wow, this is just as good as the ones they sell in the shops! I can't believe it only took 10 minutes.
Reply to this commentFlag this comment as inappropriate
chris's Avatar
chris says:

Posted: 28/7/2008 1:08:38 PM
thanks, yep it was really quite easy once I had the right shaped bottle.
Reply to this commentFlag this comment as inappropriate


RHS Menu Splitter
Bishop's Stortford
United Kingdom
About Chris
divorced dad (twice) with 4 beautiful children aged from 9 years right up to 21.
Chris's Interests
playing the piano, writing and making stuff with my kids
Member since Thursday, June 12, 2008

Register with dadcando

Register with dadcando

Advertise on dadcando   |   Site Ethos   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms and Conditions of use   |   Contact  |   HELP!  |   Follow Chris on twitter  |
Shim© C.Barnardo 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 dadcando ® is a registered trademark.   Content and Design - Chris Barnardo    Technical Development - Darren Tillett