Sunday, February 12, 2012

Valentine's Day Candy Bag

Today's project is a cute little Valentine's bag for the students in my childrens' Aikido class.  We just wanted to give the students a little "somethin' somethin' to take home for Valentine's Day from us.

I used our exclusive Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge to make the little bag.  I used the image on p. 23, A3, shift font layer < Star1 > which I cut at 5".

I used the Create-A-Critter cartridge to make the Valentine's heart balloon which was on p. 49, C6, shift layer 3 < Balloon3 > which was cut at 2".

I then used the Everyday Paper Dolls cartridge to make the martial arts uniform by cutting the shirt and pants from p. 39, B2, < Robe > and < Robe-s> at 2 1/2".

Finally, I used the Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge to cut the body and hair for the child using the following keys:

Child: p. 29, A1, < body> and blackout < body > at 2 1/2"
Girl Hair:  p. 57, C9, headwear < suprgl > at 2 1/2"
Boy Hair:  48, B10, headwear < knight > at 2 1/2"

This is #1 out of 15 that I have to finish -- 6 boys and 8 girls - by tomorrow afternoon.

Thanks for stopping by!  Hope you're finishing all of your Valentine's projects in time.



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