Paper Doll Swap ~ COMPLETE ~

Cptjackandcrew

Mouseketeer
Joined
Sep 5, 2006
I'm not sure if anyone still looks at this thread, but I was just looking at these amazing dolls and I was wondering if most of the pieces came from the Cricut paper doll cartridges or do most of you use a different program?
 

BernardandMissBianca

Rum makes math fun!
Joined
Feb 18, 2005
Most came from Cricut, some outfits and specialty cuts are merged using Cricut software. I know when I did one of the dwarves facial hair in another swap I used Frankenstiens bride's (?) hair and turned it upside down.
The only ones I'm not sure about are Darth Vader and the Storm Trooper, but the troopers outfit looks like a knights outfit with some embellishing.
 
  • Cptjackandcrew

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Sep 5, 2006
    Thank you so much for replying so quickly. I've never tried merging designs. I've always just used the straight cuts. How clever to flip the hair for a beard!
     

    BernardandMissBianca

    Rum makes math fun!
    Joined
    Feb 18, 2005
    I merged a lot when my Gypsy worked. I don't know how to do the computer software though.
    Hopefully you can drum up some players. Most everyone is either switching to pocket pages or digital so swaps are waning.
    Me, I've thrown in the towel with scrapping until the kids stop giving me stuff to scrap!! My oldest is 18 and I'm not even out of year 1 yet! And my Disney trips have gone digital, I have no more room for big albums. LOL
     

    Cptjackandcrew

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Sep 5, 2006
    I completely understand when you say people are doing more digital. Traditional scrap booking is so time consuming and the albums do take up so much space. That being said, it seems so sad that such amazing talent isn't being utilized. Many thanks to all of you who have shared your ideas over the years!!
     



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