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Sunday, August 9, 2009

CHA or Bust Layout Using Everyday Paper Dolls!

Ok, So most of you know that I was given Everyday Paper Dolls the night of the Gypsy Gala. What most of you might not know is that I was asked to create a layout with it to bring with me the next day to display at the Provo Craft Booth. Here is what I came up with once we got to the hotel that night. I had so much fun playing.

If you look closely, you will even see my CHA badge with my name and the
words Retailer under my name.

This layout was created using Cricut Design Studio, Cricut Expression, Everyday Paper Dolls Cricut Cartridge, Plantin Schoolbook Cricut Cartridge, Cuttin' Up Cricut Cartridge, American Craft Cardstocks, Prism Cardstocks, Copic Ciao Markers, Sakura Clear Star Gel Pen, Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Adhesive Glue, Uniball Signo UM-153 White and Black Gel Pens and Part of the CHA magazine for the name badge.

8 comments:

  1. this is a very cute lo! Love the cricut bag

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  2. Super cute doll!! I wonder do you do your own faces? Love the face on the doll.

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  3. Lisa,
    I sure to draw my own faces. I prefer the way they look hand drawn over the way a stamp looks. Would you like me to do a video on how I draw the faces?

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  4. I LOVE that Cricut bag...so stinkin cute!!! You pay such attention to details that I never would think to do...thanks for your inspiration!!!

    have a blessed day,
    Sarah
    forscrapsake@msn.com

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  5. Kendra, this is absolutely the cutest ever. You did a great job! I agree with Lisa that the face is adorable Yes, please, please do a video on how you draw the face.

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  6. ScrapinCricut~ I would love to see a video on how you do your faces!!! I am loving your paper dolls!!! The Christmas layout is adorable!!! I can't wait to get my hands on that cartridge!!!

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  7. The whole page is sooo cute!!! what a cute doll! I love her cricut bag and her badge! Thanks!

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