Saturday, January 21, 2012

You’re Such a Doll!

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Hi everyone,

It’s challenge time with the “Crazies” over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog. This week our challenge hostess for January, Joanne Grzelak has given us another fun challenge.

Being the 3rd Saturday of the month it is also time for another sponsored challenge. This time round our sponsor is My Favorite Things, now everyone should know I LOVE MFT!

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Our challenge this week is to create a child’s birthday card … easy peasy!

I just love the Pure Innocence range of stamps that is sold by My Favorite Things and of course these are perfect for a child’s birthday card. As I hadn’t played with one of the newest PI’s in my collection PI – Paper Dolls I decided to use for my card today. I have paper pieced the girls dress as well as the paper dolls she is holding in here hand.

The PI Girl was layered onto the MFT Die-namics Oval Decorative Doily.The sentiment has been stamped and layered using the MFT Die-namics Bracket Tab. Along the bottom of the card I used the MFT Die-namics Paper Doll Border to create the cute Paper Doll Border … isn’t it adorable!

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Here is the inside of my card. The sentiment was first stamped onto the MFT Die-namics Clearly Sentimental Label, this is a nice long label die which will fit those larger sentiments which won’t fit onto the other label die-namics. This was then layered onto the MFT Die-namics Oval Decorative Doily. I also added the MFT Die-namics Paper Doll Border this time using the same designer paper that I used on the PI image on the front of the card.

Don't forget to check out the rest of the “Crazies” cards over on the Crazy 4 Challenges blog and also their individual blogs for more details.

Stamps: PI Paper Doll – MFT Stamps
Paper: White; Red; DP
Die-namics: Oval Decorative Doily; Bracket Tab; Paper Doll Border; Clearly Sentimental Label – MFT Stamps
Other: Black Ink; Sewing Machine; Oval Nestabilities; Red Brads; Foam Tape; Copics

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12 comments:

  1. ADORABLE Frances, how did you paper piece those dolls, they are so tiny to cut around?

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  2. Fabulous Frances...love the image, love the border die cuts...LOVE MFT!!!! Big smile...

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  3. Love this, Frances! Can't wait to get this stamp and die in the mail!!! Great job paper piecing those dolls....that's a lot of patience you had!

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  4. This is adorable!!! That little girl is precious!

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  5. super cute can't wait to play...

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  6. This is so FUN!!! love the paper doll cut outs...awesome, Frances!!

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  7. Love those paper dolls, Frances! What a great little girl card!

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  8. Adorable card, Frances! I just bought the paper doll border die today to add to my collection/addiction. Congrats on becoming a Grandma. I also became a Grandma in November to a beautiful baby girl, Brynn Kimberly Oliver. So exciting!! Thanks for sharing.

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  9. absolutely adorable...and I LOVE that 'people' border cie

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