My friend Maria is very creative, but we have a deal, she bakes... I cricut.... So, she needs a penguin for her pumpkin at school. And since I had Animal Kingdom, the penguin was a very easy task.
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Ok! another school project, know the challenge is to represent in a pumpkin my son favorites book. The selection was easy, Diary of the Wimpy Kid, but the pumpkin design was a little bit scary. Well, first painting the pumpkin white, then figuring out the nose and finally the hear was a very creative task. Then my cricut have to be part of the event, the tittle and cover design.
For the cover display I used Paper Dolls, and I found the perfect combination of t-shirt, pants and the backpack is from Locker Talk. The font was Disney-Mickey Font.
I think this was a great idea in my son school to represent a character in a pumpkin, at least we are doing something more that trick or treat, just "Trick or Read".
Love you Carlos,
Celebrating the Hispanic Heritage in our community is a big event. All the teachers get excited and send projects about our countries of origin. Our is Puerto Rico, and creating a puertorrican doll was not an easy task. But, using Paper Dolls we create a fantastic replica of the typical puertorrican dress.
Using my cutterbug helps in the design of the white dress, and adding some lace make the dress more real.
I hope everybody likes my little puertorrican doll, I know will be a success in Patty's school.
Hello, another book report homework from my daughter. In this want she ("me") needs to create a new cover for Matilda, the book by Roald Dahl. Mommy was put again to the challenge and I decided to used my favorite cartridge, Paper Dolls Up and Everyday Paper Dolls. And this is the result.
|Illustrated by Patricia Alfonso, was the highlight at the bottom.|