4/30/14

60s Boy Printable, Iron-On, Digital Stamp (SVG, MTC, WPC)

Here's my dude wanting to look like someone from the 60s (or was it the 50s)?  lol  Find him on Etsy.

One idea:  You can use him as an iron-on, then add hotfix rhinestuds to his jacket.  He can also be printed on fabric (preferably a color laserjet) and used as an applique on a quilt or as a patch.


4/28/14

4/25/14

African American Male 60s Fashion Paper Doll, Printable, Iron-On (SVG, MTC, WPC)

New printable, paper doll, iron-on.  I can see this on a t-shirt, laptop, or laptop bag with some bling!  I can also see it as a vinyl wall design in a barber shop. This zip file includes a digi stamp so you can color it by hand if you like.  There is also a body base so you can print and cut the full color design and adhere to the base.  ***Paperdolls no longer available.***


He's the second male you guys!  Thanks to those who are giving me costume ideas.  :-)


Denim Girl Paper Doll and Digi Stamp (SVG, MTC, WPC)

New Denim Girl Paper Doll, Printable, and/or Digi Stamp!


***Paperdolls no longer available.***

4/24/14

Pacon Array Colorful Cardstock

I've gotten a few questions regarding the paper that I use for my projects.  I have a limited list of paper brands I use, but lately I use two main brands:  ColorBok from Walmart (50 sheets for $5) and Array Card Stock, 8.5 x 11 Inches, 10 color, 100 Sheets (101169).

I use these brands for prototypes and final projects - it depends on the colors I need for the project.  For ColorBok I mostly use Black, Kraft color, and white (non-textured).

The Pacon is a new brand for me.  It's pricier than the Walmart brand, but I like the fact that there are so many colors in the pack and the paper is easy to cut on my Pazzles machine.  The particular pack I use is "colorful", which means the colors are ranging from neon to dark blue.  They have other color combinations too.  The BEST thing I like about this cardstock is the fact that there is NO WHITE CORE.  I am gladly paying more for this paper just to have no white core.


4/23/14

Business Suit Male Paper Doll, Printable, Digi Stamp (SVG, MTC, WPC)

**No Longer Available**

Print and Cut, Paper Piecing, Printable, Iron-Ons

Find him on Etsy.


Create embellishments for greeting cards, notebooks, mini albums, altered boxes, invitations, and other projects using these cute little printable paper dolls.

Idea 1: Cut out and adhere whole piece to thick cardstock or chipboard and seal with Mod Podge (adhere to surface with foam tape for a nice 3D effect)
Idea 2: Adhere to thick cardstock and make gift tags
Idea 3: Place guest names onto the doll and adhere to decorated wooden or plastic sticks as place settings.
Idea 4: Use as cake toppers
Idea 5: Scrapbook Embellishments
Idea 6: Iron-On Transfers for t-shirts, book bags or any other item that can be ironed on
Idea 7: If you have a color laser printer, you can print the dolls on the fabric directly and use to make a blanket or other appliqués
Idea 8:  From your design program, take all the color off the dolls, print on paper and color with your favorite markers.

The ideas for these dolls are endless!

You can change the colors of almost all pieces in the WPC, SVG, and MTC files, including skin tone. When changing skin tones, change the skin tones within the shoes too (usually sandals).

If you have any trouble with the files let me know and I’ll see what I can do to fix it.

You can resize these files, just make sure you SELECT ALL pieces before doing so.

4/19/14

Backgammon Game Room Decoration (SVG, MTC, WPC)

Introducing my first ever creation of a digital downloadable backgammon game!  I have to stop myself from making these - there's only so many you can sit around the house.  :-)  I have a ton of design ideas in my head!  :-)  There is one design I absolutely must do, but I'll surprise ya with that one...I won't tell yet, I won't tell yet, I won't tell yet..... :-)

I play online backgammon on msn, but when I'm playing in person with someone we usually play "acee deucee" (not sure if I spelled it right).

This is not a 100% perfect design - you may have to trim an area slightly to fit your needs. I didn't trim anything. It's still a super game room decoration idea.


For my first decoration I painted the backgammon game with acrylic paint, which is the reason for some of the warping on my design. I sealed the game with glossy Mod Podge. The dice have rhinestuds and glued on numbers (you'll have to create your own numbers by using the font you like).

The second backgammon game decoration is just plain 65 lb cardstock, not heavy weight. I used hotfix rhinestones on the dice and glued on the numbers.

I didn't create the digital file for the game to be able to close, but I bet you can make hinges on your own and make it work for you.

First design using .022 chipboard.




2nd decoration made using 65 lb cardstock

Video Tutorials:



Ok, chat with ya later.

Gina

4/17/14

Designer Envelopes (SVG, WPC, MTC) - Cat, Horse, Elephant, Squirrel Envelopes

There are 4 different envelopes in this downloadable zip file.  A greeting card of approximately 4.25" x 5.5" will fit inside (maybe even a bit bigger).


Blue Sneakers Fashion Printable Paper Doll (SVG, MTC, WPC)

Dressed up as an every day girl this time.  Find her on Etsy.  This file is also available as a digi in PNG format.

 No longer available.

Chat with ya later.

Gina

4/15/14

Flower Girl Fashion Long Braids Printable Paper Doll (SVG, MTC, WPC)

Meet my little flower girl with her two long braids.  NO LONGER AVAILABLE.
Create embellishments for greeting cards, notebooks, mini albums, altered boxes, invitations, and other projects using these cute little printable paper dolls.

Idea1: Cut out and adhere whole piece to thick cardstock or chipboard and seal with Mod Podge (adhere to surface with foam tape for a nice 3D effect)
Idea 2: Adhere to thick cardstock and make gift tags
Idea 3: Place guest names onto the doll and adhere to decorated wooden or plastic sticks as place settings.
Idea 4: Use as cake toppers
Idea 5: Scrapbook Embellishments
Idea 6: Iron-On Transfers for t-shirts, book bags or any other item that can be ironed on
Idea 7: If you have a color laser printer, you can print the dolls on the fabric directly and use to make a blanket or other appliqués
Idea 8:  From your design program, take all the color off the dolls, print on paper and color with your favorite markers.

The ideas for these dolls are endless!

You can change the colors of almost all pieces in the WPC, SVG, and MTC files, including skin tone. When changing skin tones, change the skin tones within the shoes too (usually sandals).

If you have any trouble with the files let me know and I’ll see what I can do to fix it.

You can resize these files, just make sure you SELECT ALL pieces before doing so.

4/13/14

Poodle Skirt Fashion Paper Doll, Printable, Iron-On (SVG, MTC, WPC)

You know my paper doll girls love to dress up, so here is one of them wearing a poodle skirt and those cute shoes!

No Longer Available.
Create embellishments for greeting cards, notebooks, mini albums, altered boxes, invitations, and other projects using these cute little printable paper dolls.

Idea 1: Cut out and adhere whole piece to thick cardstock or chipboard

Idea 2: Make gift tags
Idea 3: Place guest names onto the doll and adhere to decorated wooden or plastic sticks as place settings.
Idea 4: Use as cake toppers
Idea 5: Scrapbook embellishments
Idea 6: Iron-On transfers
Idea 7: If you have a color laser printer, you can print the dolls on the fabric directly and use to make a blanket or other appliqués
Idea 8:  From your design program, take off all the color, print on paper, and color with your favorite markers.

The ideas for these dolls are endless!

You can change the colors of almost all pieces in the files, including skin tone. When changing skin tones, change the skin tones within the shoes too (usually sandals).

If you have any trouble with the files let me know and I’ll see what I can do to fix it.

You can resize these files, just make sure you SELECT ALL pieces before doing so.
Ok, talk with ya later.  :-)

4/12/14

VW Beetle Printable (SVG, MTC, WPC)

Isn't this cute?!!!  When I started to make this I had no idea where my design thoughts were (oh, wait, I never do, lol).

Anyway, this is the result of late night designing.  Use it as an iron-on transfer.  Wouldn't this look cool on a t-shirt with rhinestones?! 

You can find this on Etsy as an instant download.

ok, well, gotta go.

Later peeps.  :-)

Free Popup Card - 1966 (SVG, MTC, PCS)

Here's a free popup card created using PopUp Card Studio (it's in a .zip file).  It's not all fancy, but just a base card for you to use.  You can cut paper to fit the pieces and add your own graphics.  If you use the file I'd love to see it all decorated.

There is also a small envelope included in the file.  If you have trouble with this file, let me know because I didn't test it yet.

If you'd like to try Popup Card Studio there is a free demo.  You can purchase it too.  I'm an affiliate, so if you purchase you will be helping me get a small percentage of the sale.

Have fun.

Gina


4/11/14

Cinco De Mayo Fashion Paper Doll Printable (SVG, MTC, WPC)

My paper dolls love to dress up! We're early, but here is a Cinco De Mayo fashion costume for one of my girls/paper dolls.


No Longer Available.

Start here to find out more about Cinco De Mayo.

What to do with those Paper Dolls?! (SVG, MTC, WPC)

"What do you do with these paper dolls"?



I’ve been getting this question quite a bit and I apologize for not creating more projects using my new paper dolls (I’m just having too much fun designing them and not having time to make projects. lol)

Video Introduction

***Paper dolls no longer available***

Create embellishments for greeting cards, notebooks, mini albums, altered boxes, invitations, and other projects using these cute little paper dolls.
--Cut out and adhere to thick cardstock or chipboard and seal with Mod Podge or use clear embossing powder to seal the doll.  Adhere to surface with foam tape for a nice 3D effect
--Adhere to thick cardstock and make gift tags
--Adhere to wall outlets
--Place guest names onto the doll and adhere to decorated wooden or plastic sticks as place settings
--Use as cake and/or cupcake toppers
--Iron-On Transfers (if words are on a doll, mirror the image before printing)
----Add some rhinestones and/or fibers to the paper dolls too!
----Make appliques and quilt pieces
--Add to a scene on paper, print out and use as a picture in a frame for a wall hanging
--Put them on a stand as a collection

--Color them by hand (digi stamp)

The ideas for these dolls are endless!

You can change the colors of almost all pieces in the files, including skin tone. When changing skin tones, change the skin tones within the accessories too.

You can resize these paper dolls; just make sure you SELECT ALL pieces before doing so.  Just remember that when you make a doll too small, some features may not appear as expected.


You can take the color completely off the dolls, resize them, print them out, and color them like you would a digi stamp.
 Have fun!

Gina

4/10/14

1920s Fashion Paper Doll (SVG, MTC, WPC)

No longer available.

Here's another little cutie who wanted to dress up in 1920s fashion.

You can use her and any of my dolls as an iron-on transfer.  You can add her to a t-shirt, jacket, book bag, and any object that can be ironed on.  Can you see her with rhinestones or rhinestuds on a book bag?! 






1960s Fashion Paper Doll - Peace Bell Bottoms (SVG, MTC, WPC)

***Paperdolls no longer available.***

Here's another paper doll dressing up in 1960s fashion!  Check out the hair folks!  :-)  This girl likes the look of bell bottoms and a short sleeve sweater with a combination of bright and dark colors.



You can use her and any of my dolls as an iron-on transfer.  If any of the dolls have words, you'll have to print it out as a mirrored image.

You can add to a t-shirt, jacket, book bag, and any object that can be ironed on.  Can you see her with rhinestones or rhinestuds on a book bag?!

So long peeps!  :-)

4/9/14

1960s Fashion Paper Doll - Afro Girl with Butterflies (SVG, MTC, WPC)

***Paperdolls no longer available.***
Here is another one of my paper dolls dressed in a 1960s fashion outfit with a butterfly in her 'fro.  :-)

You can use her and any of my dolls as an iron-on transfer.  You can add her to a t-shirt, jacket, book bag, and any object that can be ironed on.  Can you see her with rhinestones or rhinestuds on a book bag?!

Here are the earrings I made for myself:



Check out my Etsy shop for more SVG files.

1960s Fashion Go Go Printable Paper Doll (SVG, MTC, WPC)

Like 1960s fashion?  Here's one of my printable paper dolls all dressed up looking like a go-go dancer.

You can use her and any of my dolls as an iron-on transfer.  You can add her to a t-shirt, jacket, book bag, and any object that can be ironed on.  Can you see her with rhinestones or rhinestuds on a book bag?!

***Paperdolls no longer available.***






She would look really good on the front of a greeting card to someone who likes this era of fashion (or someone who remembers it).  :-)

Gina

4/8/14

Easter Bunny Box 2014 (SVG, MTC, WPC)

Here's an Easter Bunny Box I just finished.  You can find it in my Etsy shop.  Video tutorial links below.




Video Tutorials
Part 1 of 3

Part 2 of 3

Part 3 of 3


4/4/14

1920s style Paper Doll Printable (SVG, MTC, WPC)

This download has a faces file you can change!

Of course you can change any of the colors in these files, including skin tones.

This is one of my paper dolls who decided to dress up in a 1920s style costume.

You can use her and any of my dolls as an iron-on transfer.  You can add her to a t-shirt, jacket, book bag, and any object that can be ironed on.  Can you see her with rhinestones or rhinestuds on a book bag?!

***Paperdolls no longer available.***



Have fun!

Gina

4/1/14

1800s Dress Style Paper Doll (SVG, MTC, WPC)

***Paperdolls no longer available.***
Paper Doll 1800s dress costume.

You can use her and any of my dolls as an iron-on transfer.  You can add her to a t-shirt, jacket, book bag, and any object that can be ironed on.  Can you see her with rhinestones or rhinestuds on a book bag?!  



50s Burgundy Paper Doll, Printable, Print and Cut (SVG, MTC, WPC)

***Paperdolls no longer available.***
Here's another one of my dolls.  I tried to make this one have a 50s style.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/184701533/50s-burgundy-outfit-paper-doll-or?ref=shop_home_active_1


These dolls are for your own personal use.  Do not resell the digital file.

The colors, including flesh tones, can be changed in the files.