Monday, January 21, 2013

Disney Pixar Blog Hop . . . special treat

Did you have fun at the Disney Pixar Blog Hop this weekend?  
If you missed any of the fun you can 
click HERE to see the projects from the first day 
and HERE for the projects from the second day

Today I have one more special treat for you . . . yet another Disney project!  I had so many Disney projects that I did not know which ones to choose for this blog hop, so I am throwing an extra one in today!

Today I want to share another project that is made with adhesive backed fabric

Adhesive backed fabric is a substitute for traditional vinyl.  Some of the benefits I love are that it is
Repositionable
Does not damage surfaces
Leaves no residue when you remove it from a surface
Able to create your own custom colors
No transfer tape needed
Easy to cut
Eco-friendly and child safe

So today I combined adhesive backed fabric with my love of Disney for a Mickey Mouse AGAIN!
A while back I made some paper dolls with adhesive backed material.  My daughter actually thought of this idea, and though it would be a great gift for her cousin who loves to play with paper dolls.  I even did a full video showing you step by step exactly HOW I made these.  
Just click HERE to see that video.

Once I started making these paper dolls I just could not stop!  I used Peachy Keen stamps for the faces.
And of course I HAD to add some Disney to them!


This little girl is made to look like my daughter dressed up in a Donald Duck shirt, since Donald is her favorite character.  I just cut a blue shirt from Paper Doll Dress Up and then cut the yellow strips and a white triangle on the shirt.  Then I cut a little bow out of red to make it look like Donald's shirt.


I even cut some Mickey Mouse Ears out for the little boy face that I had.  You could create a whole family wearing mouse ears out of adhesive backed fabric!

I will see you back here tomorrow for the announcement of the winners of the prizes for the hop!

7 comments:

  1. Super cute! Wish I could afford some Square 1. I now remembered the name of the childhood game this reminds me of...Colorforms! http://zrecs.blogspot.com/2008/02/in-life-less-toxic-some-classic-toys.html
    Hummer Hugs,
    Misty
    http://deliteful-gifts.blogspot.com/
    hummingbird204 at comcast dot net

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  2. PS. You inspired me! :)
    http://deliteful-gifts.blogspot.com/2013/01/owh-sketch-challenge-156.html

    Hummer Hugs,
    Misty
    http://deliteful-gifts.blogspot.com/
    hummingbird204 at comcast dot net

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  3. This is such a neat idea! I can see paper doll play on a refrigerator door with all kinds of cricut characters and accessories. Wow. My imagaination is going wild.
    Rae Ann O.

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  4. Some people take drugs to get high...you just are flying high with your love for this amazing product! So cute! TFS

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  5. OMG, Shawn, she is sooooooo sweet! She reminds me of my daughter when she was that age. :-)

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  6. Love those paper dolls, so cute!

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