Just wanted to say hello to anyone coming here from ‘The Dolls House Magazine’, welcome to Dolly Peg Doll!
Peg dolls are a throw back to my youth I guess, what little girl didn’t have one at some point? My collection is steadily growing and you will find some of it here on these pages as well as step by step projects to make your own and lots of ideas. Use the categories and tags to help you find something specific, or just enjoy a browse!
The smallest peg doll ever? Made from the head of a matchstick, this little sailor peg has been hand sculpted and painted by my husband and stands just 8mm high….yes, 8mm!!
Clearing the decks of those little pegs that have been hanging around with no clothes on, or no faces etc. This one was going to be Marie Antoinette but I only got as far as the hair! I was rather instinctive with this one and made a rather fantastical dress up instead! It’s a bit mad but quite good fun…
I haven’t bought many vintage peg dolls lately, but this tiny peg did catch my eye! I’m unsure of what its purpose would have been, but it is an exact miniture of a normal dolly peg…
Thank you to Ann who sent me these little peggies all the way from San Fransisco! I wonder if they have made it back home again?
New dedicated peg doll section now up and running in my shop! Visit for peg doll kits, waterslide transfer face decals (NEW: choir boy waterslide face decals), brooches and more!
Visit by clicking here: Peg doll shop
Being a twin myself, I was delighted to open up the latest collection of dolls to land on my door mat, and find these twin peggies inside!
Ok, I know they are just two of the same doll, but it pleased me none the less!
Went for a peg angel to top the Christmas tree this year!
She wouldn’t be complete without gold hair and a set of gold wings (cut from gold card). I also made mini Christmas dolls from clothespins to keep her company…