Hi everyone! Paper dolls can be so versatile - you can use them as gift toppers, party decorations, party favors, party activities where kids can color and dress them up and even to add an extra touch of sweetness to your cupcakes. I have to say that even though I'm technically a grown-up person, I'm enjoying my paper dolls just as much as a kid! Let me show you how I designed this little cutie.
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RG Media Venture Die - The Dancer
Celebrattions Sweet Dreams Embellishments
Whip Cream Cardstock
Acrylic Paints - Cool Pool, Pineapple Smoothie, Sweet Berry
Other: Mini pompom, black pen, toothpick, tape
Start by die-cutting the paper doll using The Dancer die and Amaze Machine from Whip Cream cardstock.Assemble the doll with Journey Glaze.
Paint her body and dress with acrylic paints.
Add oomph with accessories like sequins and pompoms using Journey Glaze.
Add details to the doll with black pen.
Create an arching banner for her to hold over her head out of Whip Cream cardstock. Attach to her hands with Journey Glaze.
Write the name of a party attendee with pen on the banner.
Attach a toothpick to her feet with tape.
Once all your party decor and food are set up, stick the doll (s) into place.
I hope you enjoyed today's tutorial and that it inspired you to play with paper dolls!