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Make a 3-D Art Collage Doll

3-D Doll by Mahe Zehra

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As most of you might know I am kind of obsessed with paper and dolls. That is one of the reasons why my first product for the craft market is a set of stencils that allows you to make beautiful paper dolls using scraps of paper. Yup, scraps, I am big on saving the environment and reusing and maximizing everything we buy. It is easier than you might think.

For this blog post I am going to show you a very easy doll project that is made using a thrift store fashion doll.

Materials

Thrift store doll
Mod Podge or Elmers Glue
Old book pages
Paper scraps
Fabric scraps
Found items and embellishments.

Instructions

The first step was to clean up the doll and give her a hair cut. I removed all the hair from my doll head. I also removed all clothes and accessories. Then I took some old book pages and tore them up. The entire doll was covered in book pages using Mod Podge. If you do not have Mod Podge you can always use Elmers School Glue mixed in with water.

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Then I let my doll dry. Using paper and fabric scraps I made a dress and a hat. My dress skirt was made using mixed media paper. I cut out half petal shapes and then taped them together. The bodice was made using fabric. If you like, you can make a simpler dress using just fabric.

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The hat was super easy to do using paper. It’s just a cone shape.

A lot of interest was added to the doll using beads and fibers. Here is what my doll ended up looking like. What will yours be like?

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Zva Creative+Cool2Craft Giveaway

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We’re excited to announce our new Zva Creative giveaway!

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Here’s your opportunity to enter to win the new Zva Creative Assortment Giveaway. This special collection includes five self adhesive designs to complement all your paper crafting and scrapbook crafting!

Stop by the Zva Creative Blog to learn what’s new and visit the Zva Creative Facebook page and leave a comment! (Be sure to let them know that Cool2Craft sent you!)

GIVEAWAY Info:

Leave a comment on this post for your chance to win…deadline to enter is 5/5/13. (Contest open to US residents only.) We’d love to hear about your favorite Zva Creative designs.

Want to enter? Just click on the Rafflecopter link below (if widget doesn’t pop up automatically) and then leave a comment below to enter. There are additional ways to earn entries so be sure to check out the options!

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KellyCraft Get-It-Straight Laser Square – Special CHA Segment

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Everything’s always in perfect alignment when you’re using the KellyCraft Get-It-Straight Laser Square. While we were at Winter CHA, designer Candice Windham showed us how she uses this cool high-tech ruler to make it easier and faster to create her signature scrapbook layouts.

Watch Candace Windham show how to use the Get-It-Straight Laser Square and Multi-Mat YouTube video!

You have a chance to win your very own Laser Square! Leave a comment here on this post for your chance to win. Deadline to enter is 4/12/13.

Supplies

  • Get-It-Straight Laser Square
  • Multi-Mat
  • Two sheets patterned scrapbook paper
  • Two sheets solid scrapbook paper
  • Dry adhesive
  • Ribbon
  • Die-cut embellishments
  • Sentiment printed from computer
  • Photograph

1.  Print out desired wording from computer, trim and adhere to a piece of solid cardstock to frame.

2.  Embellish sentiment frame with a ribbon border.

3.  Choose one patterned paper to keep at 12″ x12″ as the background, then trim other three papers to graduating sizes to frame the photo.

4.   Position the background paper inside the Laser Square and secure to the Multi-Mat with magnets.

5.  Position the laser as desired to line up each layer of the photo frame and adhere in place.

6.  Position the laser to adhere a line of decorative ribbon and sentiment.

7.  Embellish further as desired.


 

You’re Special Stepper Card by Tiffany Windsor DIY Craft

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Ruby Rock-It offers wonderful collections of paper decoupage cut-outs that can be layered to create beautiful designs on their stepper cards. Tiffany Windsor created this card which can be given as a greeting card or framed. Featured on Cool2Craft DIY craft.

Watch Tiffany’s You’re Special Stepper Card YouTube video!

Materials

Ruby Rock-It Decoupage Pack
Ruby Rock-It Stepper Cards & Envelopes (6″ x 6″)
Miscellaneous paper and card stock
Aleene’s Tacky Tape Runner
Glue pop dots
SRM Stickers – You’re Special

1. Determine placement of background paper. Cut to size with paper cutter and glue to stepper card with Aleene’s Tape Runner.

2. Determine placement of flat paper cut outs and glue to card with Tape Runner.

3. Punch out layered bird designs and glue in place with pop dots to add layered dimension.

4. Adhere You’re Special sticker to card.

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Ruby Rock-It Giveaway

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You will LOVE the Ruby Rock-It selection of papers and embellishments for all your cardmaking and scrapbooking!
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Now’s your chance to win a lovely selection of Ruby Rock-It papers and embellishments! Living by their motto, “Scrapping is love made visible!” the Ruby Rock-It lines of papers and cut-outs are a perfect addition to your papercrafting supplies. Ruby Rock-it Designs was created by Fynmark in Australia in 2008. Already successful with other mainstream papercraft brands in the local market, Creative Director Joanna wanted to create a new brand that focused on all the things she loved – vintage style papers and richly textured embellishments – and so Ruby Rock-it was born. “It’s an acknowledgement to my grandmothers who were a huge influence in my life growing up – their tea-cup patterns, their love of all things olde-worlde.” Visit the Ruby Rock-It Facebook page! (Be sure to let them know that Cool2Craft sent you!)

This giveaway includes a $25+ assortment of their latest and greatest selections. Also, check out this newest Ruby Rock-It video tutorial on our Cool2Craft YouTube channel!

 

 

Leave a comment on this post for your chance to win…deadline to enter is 3/24/13. (Contest open to residents of USA only.)

We’d love to hear about your favorite Ruby Rock-It product and let us know how you would use it!

Want to enter? Just click on the Rafflecopter link below (if widget doesn’t pop up automatically) and then leave a comment below to enter. There are additional ways to earn entries so be sure to check out the options!

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Make Your Own Stickers with Aleene’s Tacky Sticker Sheets by EcoHeidi Borchers

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EcoHeidi Borchers loves to doodle and draw! She found the perfect way to transform her drawings into stickers with Aleene’s Tacky Sticker Sheets. Stickers are the coolest way to decorate papers, organizers, yummy treat jars and much more. Featured on Cool2Craft TV.

Watch Heidi’s super cute Make Your Own Stickers YouTube video tutorial!

Materials

Aleene’s Tacky Sticker Sheets
Drawing or doodle of your choice (or any diecut shapes or any paper shapes of your choice)
Scissors

Sticker 1 Make Your Own Stickers with Aleenes Tacky Sticker Sheets by EcoHeidi Borchers I drew my images on plain white paper and then copied them on my inkjet printer. When using an inkjet printer, you will want to then spray them with Aleene’s Spray Acrylic Matte Sealer to seal in the ink. Next I cut out my designs.
Sticker 2 Make Your Own Stickers with Aleenes Tacky Sticker Sheets by EcoHeidi Borchers Partially peel back the liner from the Aleene’s Tacky Sticker Sheet and place your paper shape into adhesive. I have found that it is best to just peel back the liner enough to reveal the glue area you will use because you will want to place the liner back down to preserve the rest of the adhesive when you are finished with this step.
Sticker 3 Make Your Own Stickers with Aleenes Tacky Sticker Sheets by EcoHeidi Borchers Peel back your paper design. The adhesive is now stuck to the back of the paper. There is no cutting needed in this step!
Sticker 4 Make Your Own Stickers with Aleenes Tacky Sticker Sheets by EcoHeidi Borchers Stick the sticker on the surface of your choice! It’s easy!
Sticker 5 Make Your Own Stickers with Aleenes Tacky Sticker Sheets by EcoHeidi Borchers I also love turning my drawings into refrigerator magnets with the Aleene’s Magnetic Tacky Dots. I just glue my sticker to a piece of cardboard or matboard, cut it out and apply a Magnetic Dot to the back.

When Alex Was A Butterfly: A Handmade Book by Candace Jedrowicz

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This handmade fabric book features four sets of collage pages that tell a story about a a little boy having an adventure as a butterfly.  Candace Jedrowicz loves colorful decorative papers and has used simple layering techniques as a background for Alex’s story.  You can turn photos of your kids and grandkids to make their very own book.

Watch Candace’s adorable Handmade Fabric Book YouTube video tutorial!

Materials:
About a yard of fabric – all one color or complementary colors
Several cereal boxes
Spray adhesive – I used Aleene’s Spray Adhesive
Fabric glue – Aleene’s, of course
Plenty of decorative papers
Aluminum foil
Printed words
Photos
Decoupage medium – I used Aleene’s Collage Pauge
Sponge brush
Lots of newspaper
Embellishments for the cover

C2C May 23 When Alex Was a Butterfly Fabric Book by Candace Jedrowicz 11 300x168 When Alex Was A Butterfly: A Handmade Book by Candace Jedrowicz I started with a poem and several photos of my grandson in pajamas.  Then I printed three different faces from more recent photos.  I made them slightly larger for a cartoon effect.I cut out each of the bodies, some I cut arms off to reposition them on some of the pages.  Faces were cut out and glued on bodies.

I cut all the sets of butterfly wings from the decorative papers, but didn’t glue them on until I decided how he would be oriented on the page.

I assemble the pages without glue, before I put the book together.

There were sixteen lines in the poem, each set of pages had two lines.

C2C May 23 When Alex Was a Butterfly Fabric Book by Candace Jedrowicz 21 300x225 When Alex Was A Butterfly: A Handmade Book by Candace Jedrowicz I cut my card board to 6″ x 6 3/4″ and measured out squares of fabric for each side of of the boards.
C2C May 23 When Alex Was a Butterfly Fabric Book by Candace Jedrowicz 31 300x225 When Alex Was A Butterfly: A Handmade Book by Candace Jedrowicz I cut one large piece of fabric to cover both pieces of card board for the outside covers.I took everything into my garage, laid out lots of newspaper and started spraying one piece of cloth and cardboard at a time.  Then I  stick the board to the fabric and spray again to attach the fabric for the other side of the page.
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C2C May 23 When Alex Was a Butterfly Fabric Book by Candace Jedrowicz 51 300x225 When Alex Was A Butterfly: A Handmade Book by Candace Jedrowicz The fourth edge of the pages were cut to about 1″ from the edge of the card board creating a flap to attach the pages.  I separated the fabric on the flap right up to the card board.This photo shows the first page laying next to the inside of the front cover with one side of the flap turned up.
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C2C May 23 When Alex Was a Butterfly Fabric Book by Candace Jedrowicz 81 300x225 When Alex Was A Butterfly: A Handmade Book by Candace Jedrowicz This is the other side of the page above.  Here I’m showing the other side of the flap folded back AND pointing out that I cut the flap off of the next page, just short of the card board.Every other page was attached by half of its flap to the pages before it and after it.  I also pressed the joined pages into the spine with extra glue.
C2C May 23 When Alex Was a Butterfly Fabric Book by Candace Jedrowicz 91 300x168 When Alex Was A Butterfly: A Handmade Book by Candace Jedrowicz As I began gluing the pages, I put sheets of foil between to keep them from sticking together.I used Collage Pauge to put the pages together.
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April 2011 Cool2Craft Creative Play Contributor Lisa Fulmer

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Lisa Fulmer is a craft web TV host, art journaler and mixed media artist.  She is a frequent contributor at Cool2Craft and today she’s sharing her virtual cup of tea with Candace the Muse!  The April Creative Play Theme is “What’s Your Cup of Tea?”  For LisaLizaLou it’s all about fun, fast and fabulous creative play!

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“I think these groups of greeting cards I made to sell just before xmas last year are totally my cup of tea…

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Lisa 1 300x218 April 2011 Cool2Craft Creative Play Contributor Lisa Fulmer a simple clean design with easy variations,
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and fun color combination. I also like that they are just a bit “off” compared to most of the typical handmade greeting cards out there. Lisa 3 300x218 April 2011 Cool2Craft Creative Play Contributor Lisa Fulmer
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On her show Wednesday Night Live, Lisa brings you face-to-face with the C&T Authors, Creative Troupe, Surface Design Ambassadors, and other talented designers…for a fun hour of creative inspiration and great ideas!

In her role at C&T Publishing, she provides craft book giveaways every month on Cool2Craft!

Enter the current Off the Shelf Book Giveaway


Lisa hosts monthly ATC swaps on her Facebook page.  They’re so much fun! 

Check out her art journaling blog:

my blissful lack of focus

and LisaLizaLou Designs.

Sweet!  Thank you so much for sharing, Lisa!

Candace the Muse

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Check out the Creative Play page at Cool2Craft and find out how to earn double CoolCash with the Queens of Green Factor!


Cool2Craft19 April 2011 Cool2Craft Creative Play Contributor Lisa FulmerLaunched in October 2009, Cool2Craft TV broadcasts weekly internet TV episodes and special live-streaming events featuring industry recognized hosts, reporters, designers, authors and manufacturers. Visit www.cool2craft.com to watch this week’s show via the LiveStream player. Visit our Blip.tv channel for full archived episodes, our YouTube Channel for project and technique demo videos and check out our current programming schedule for upcoming LIVE-streaming events. Visit www.cool2craft.com for current programming schedule.


April 2011 Cool2Craft Creative Play Contributor Angela Holt

April Cool2Craft Creativel Play Contributor Angela Holt

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The Cool2Craft Creative Play Theme is What’s Your Cup of Tea?”  Candace the Muse wants you to tell her all about it!  Is it your cup of tea to go a specific place to relax and recharge?  Is it a daily ritual that makes you smile?   For Angela Holt it’s all about the inspiration.  Angela inspires creativity without limits with her artwork!

Angela Holt Detail April 2011 Cool2Craft Creative Play Contributor Angela Holt The journaling on the page reads: 

When you are inspired by some

great purpose,

some extraordinary project,

all your thoughts break

their bonds,

your mind transcends limitations,

your consciousness expands

in every direction

and you find yourself in a

new, great and wonderful world.

You can find Angela at:

theblingtheory.blogspot.com

Thanks for sharing, Angela!  You’ve earned another Coolcash Smacker!  Two more Smackers will get you handmade swag from my studio! 

Candace the Muse

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Cool2Craft11 April 2011 Cool2Craft Creative Play Contributor Angela HoltLaunched in October 2009, Cool2Craft TV broadcasts weekly internet TV episodes and special live-streaming events featuring industry recognized hosts, reporters, designers, authors and manufacturers. Visit www.cool2craft.com to watch this week’s show via the LiveStream player. Visit our Blip.tv channel for full archived episodes, our YouTube Channel for project and technique demo videos and check out our current programming schedule for upcoming LIVE-streaming events. Visit www.cool2craft.com for current programming schedule.


Plastic Spoon Easter Eggs Card by EcoHeidi Borchers

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EcoHeidi Borchers makes Easter magic with colorful plastic spoons, shredded paper, Tulip Fabric Spray Paint and Tulip Dimensional Paints in this Blog Hop Button Plastic Spoon Easter Eggs Card by EcoHeidi Borcherssuper cool craft how-to!  Watch EcoHeidi’s video demonstration of this project here, then start your own Easter fun with these easy-to-follow instructions. As featured on Inspired At Home internet TV hosted by Tiffany Windsor. Also featured in Cool2Craft FaveCrafts newsletter.

Watch EcoHeidi’s Plastic Spoon Easter Eggs Card YouTube video tutoria!

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Blank card 5″ x 7″
Shredded paper (I used paper from my paper shredder)
Tulip Fabric Spray Paint – green
Plastic spoons – assorted colors
Tulip Dimensional Paints – assorted colors
Glue (I used Aleene’s Tacky Glue)
Alphabet stencil (1″ tall letters)
Pencil
Waxed paper
Small candle and matches

 
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IAH Plastic Spoon Easter Egg by EcoHeidi Borchers 9 Plastic Spoon Easter Eggs Card by EcoHeidi Borchers Shake the dimensional paint down to the tip before using and always test before applying to project. Carefully squeeze the paint into different patterns and shapes onto the outside of the spoon bowl. Let paint dry completely.
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IAH Plastic Spoon Easter Egg by EcoHeidi Borchers 14 300x202 Plastic Spoon Easter Eggs Card by EcoHeidi Borchers Painting tips:Here’s an alternate painting technique for applying the shapes for the eggs.

On waxed paper, squeeze paint into different shapes or dots. After the paint dries, you can peel the painted shapes off the waxed paper, then glue shapes onto the plastic spoon bowl.

IAH Plastic Spoon Easter Egg by EcoHeidi Borchers 13 300x258 Plastic Spoon Easter Eggs Card by EcoHeidi Borchers You can also put a rhinestone in the middle of each dot.Flower shapes – Center dot with 5 to 6 dots around center dot.Hearts – Squeeze dot and pull into a line, then pull up. Repeat with other side of heart.

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