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Prima-like Teen Scene Paper Doll


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Design by: PaleDaffodil (3 Projects)
Project skill level: moderate
Project time: 1 hour to 2 hours
Project tags: Trendy

I wanted to show everyone (inclucing myself) that you don't need the Prima dolls to make beautiful paper dolls. ESPECIALLY, when you have the Cricut. This doll is large, approximately 10 inches tall. That's WAY bigger than the stamp and NO fussy cutting (unless you want to). Yay! I played mix and match with Sarah, which is the name of this particular doll. I did cut her skirt by hand, but that is only because I wanted to show off her legs. When you look at the shape of the skirt, it's straight lines. ...I don't consider that fussy cutting, just cutting. Besides, it shows that you can add your own style to the Teen Scene paper dolls. Note: To get the face without the eyes, just don't cut out the "Body". Steps below.

CRICUT ®: WHAT WAS USED

OTHER MATERIALS NEEDED

  • Tulip Beads in a Bottle
  • Tulle
  • Glossy Accents
  • Patterned Cardstock
  • Solid Cardstock
  • Craft Chalk

STEP-BY-STEP How-TO INSTRUCTIONS

Using Cricut Craft Room, add S-Sunday and S-Sndy-s to the mat. With both selected, enter 10.0 into height. This resizes both so that they match when layered. Save. Cut S-Sunday in whatever color you want her hair to be. Cut S-Sndy-s for her face and body.
Choose your clothes and accessories. Lay them out on the mat over your saved project. Resize everything (including layers) until it fits over the doll. Save New. Choose your papers and cut.
Add desired accents to layers and glue together. I used chalk to lightly color the paper with a flesh tone, and pink for rosy cheeks. Her buttons are made using Tulip Beads in a Bottle. Her hair is textured cardstock that can be sanded.

Step 1

Using Cricut Craft Room, add S-Sunday and S-Sndy-s to the mat. With both selected, enter 10.0 into height. This resizes both so that they match when layered. Save. Cut S-Sunday in whatever color you want her hair to be. Cut S-Sndy-s for her face and body.

Step 2

Choose your clothes and accessories. Lay them out on the mat over your saved project. Resize everything (including layers) until it fits over the doll. Save New. Choose your papers and cut.

Step 3

Add desired accents to layers and glue together. I used chalk to lightly color the paper with a flesh tone, and pink for rosy cheeks. Her buttons are made using Tulip Beads in a Bottle. Her hair is textured cardstock that can be sanded.

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