Welcome to another project with Disney in mind. This is actually a Birthday card for my sister. I made the doll look like her then used a Disney cartridge to make her Cinderella! Yes major cutting and pasting, but it turned out cute. This is also for another Peachy Keen Challenge #34. We were to use the sketch below for the challenge.
This is what I came up with!
Recipe ( yes this was a long one)
Paper is all Brazzill
Pattern Paper is K1 Memories
Card is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches
Pattern Paper cut to 5 x 8 inches
Strips of paper going across
Pink color is 2 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches then I ran it through the cuttlebug using Swiss Dots folder
White Strip is 2 x 8 1/2 inches then ran through cuttlebug using Polka Dots folder
Strips going up and down
Pink is 3 x 5 1/2 I then used Fiskars Apron Lace border punch on both sides of pink
Pattern paper is the same K1 Memories as background 2 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches
Cartridge used: Martha Stewart's All Occasion cakes page 37
pink one cut at 3 inches
White one cut at 2 3/4 inches then ran through with cuttlebug Happy Birthday Folder
OK this is where I had to do major cut and paste to get this to work
Doll it self
Cartridge: Everyday paper doll page 28 cut at 2 1/2 inches using the blackout feature
Face is Peachy Keen assorted faces stamps
ink was Stampin Up Chocolate Chip
Hair was page 31 paper was yellow with a stencil brush using Stampin Up Chocolate Chip for highlights.
Cartridge: Happily Ever After page 29 icon button both regular and with shift key
OK so the top of the dress was cut at 3 inches
While the bottom of the dress was cut at 2 1/2 inches.
Once dress was put together you still have to "trim" the doll to have the Disney hourglass figure.
I added stickles clear to the dress and pearls.
I used rhinestones for a tiara.
Thanks for looking