- A clear plastic toothpick box (mine is diamond brand)
- Colorful seed beads
- Mini shells or other decorations
- A plastic fish (I got mine at dollar tree)
- Hot glue
- An empty pot paint container (not shown)
Step 1. Figure out where you want your fish to be. Mine is at the top and a little to the side.
Step 2. Hot glue your fish in place. (Be careful with the hot glue!! I burned myself when I was doing this, and I don't want your fate to be similar!)
Step 3. Next, squirt some hot glue onto the bottom of you 'aquarium' 😉 and place the seed beads on top. Let cool/dry
Step 4. Put some more seed beads on top for a loose, natural look, and hot glue your shells and other decorations in place.
Step 5. Now snap the back onto your fish tank, and Ta-Da! Your doll now has a fish of her very own! Adalyn, with the suggestion of Kit, named the fish Hans Christian Andersen-but because that takes too long to say, the marine life form will go by Andy. ;)
Optional Steps; The container of fish food is a mini pot paint container with it's tabs cut off. I wrote a label and taped it on, and voila! Now Adalyn can feed her underwater friend.
Do you have a pet fish?