Today Nita is taking over the blog with lots of projects all created with the Paper Doll Dress Up Cricut Cartridge! So with out further a do here is Nita:
Hi all! It’s Nita here from Nita Notes, and today I’m going to share some projects I’ve made with Paper Doll Dress-Up. This was one of the very first cartridges I purchased, and it’s still a favorite.
One of the things I love about this cartridge is, of course, the paper dolls! JI’ve made very good use of the various characters you can create. One of my first projects was making banners for my children’s rooms:
And soon after I altered a notebook and created this Super Spy journal for my son (he writes down all his spy stuff in it. Hee hee! He’s so cute.). It’s actually the Prom Boy outfit; I just added some sunglasses:
I actually find I make a LOT of use of the Creative Feature keys included on this cartridge as well. There are just so many extras, from palm trees to sea shells to skeletons to canoes – you can pretty much find whatever you might need for any occasion. On this super hero card I made for my nephew, I used the Superboy Paper Doll, the cityscape backdrop found in his Accessories, AND the creepy tree from Frankenstein’s Accessories.
On this Hawaiian thank-you card I used the Island Girl Accessories and outfitted my CAC bear with the hula skirt, lei, and pineapple drink.
Fun, right? This cartridge is just so versatile – you can mix and match outfits, and with countless items in the Creative Feature keys, the creative possibilities are endless!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my brief showcase of Paper Doll Dress-Up today. Perhaps I’ve inspired you to pull it out and get creating! J
Didn’t she do a fantastic job? I sure think so! If you do too, then you should go to her blog and leave her some love!