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MFT guest post: Paper Doll Castle Card

Hello, friends! It’s that time again – my January MFT guest post with a video is over on their blog….enjoy!

 

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13 thoughts on “MFT guest post: Paper Doll Castle Card

  1. Wow! Simply amazing. Loved the idea, great for on the go to keep children entertained! Thanks for sharing.

  2. So much fun. Little ones would love this.

  3. Sandy, this is the most adorable thing I’ve ever seen! Sent you an email about it! Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

  4. I absolutely love the concept as well as the coloring. I have a baby princess due in March and am going to make a baby shower card for our future princess!
    Shelley N

  5. Very interesting! Great ideas! I can’t find any info about the pencil sharpener you used. Am I missing it somewhere?

    1. Sorry! Forgot to add it: http://salln.net/1QbjNW0

  6. Oh, how sweet and fun to color! My little princess will be enjoying these and because she is stil small I thought it would be ok to enlarge the stamped and colored pieces. Fussy cutting would then be necessary, but so much easier for her little fingers. Her favorite dress is her “Rella” dress, because she doesn’t say Cinderella yet. lol
    Perfect and MFT has a Dragons set that will co-ordinate beautifully. Love the castle and how interesting to do the brick detail in Glossy Accents!

  7. I love it! I so want to do a couple for my grandkids. I may make the castle portion then have an art day with the kids to color the bits. they love to color and die cut with me

  8. How sweet and fun is this card. I love how you made the bricks with Glossy Accents. A perfect card for a little princess. TFS

  9. I love the card. It is so much fun creating scenes. Thank you. I love to watch you color Sandy. You make my day and give me confidence to try new mediums.

  10. An absolutely precious card! TFS!

  11. Love it. I’d it a card or a toy? It’s both!

  12. I love this pop up card. Hours of fun story time is in the work while looking at this card!

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