Saturday, January 22, 2011

Happy Birthday Angelica!

The Peach Keen design team gals want to wish you a big happy birthday!  For those of you that don't know, Angelica is our illustrious challenge and blog hop coordinator.  Thanks to her hard work, we are all organized and united so that we can share our creations with all of you.


This little birthday Annie is all for you! (Instructions are below)

Please be sure to check out all of the other great creations on the birthday hop!
Raggedy Ann Step by Step Instructions

1) Punch the following pieces using Stampin' Up! punches:
4 Word Windows in blushing bride (arms, legs and neck)
1 1/4" Circle in blushing bride (head)
2 - 1/2" Circles in blushing bride (hands)
2 Scallop Ovals in cherry cobbler (hair)
Round Tab in plaid print (skirt)
Scallop Square in plaid print (sleeves)
3 Medium Ovals in plaid print (sleeves & collar)
1 3/4" Scallop Circle in green (apron)
Word Window in green (apron straps)
Designer Label in green (apron)
2 - 3/4" Circles in black (shoes)
2 - 1/4" Circles in cherry cobbler (buttons on apron)

2) Cut apart the pieces as follows:
Cut scallop ovals in half.  Cut one of the halves in half to create the bangs.  On 2 of the other halves, trim away 3 scallops on each side to create a pony tail.
Cut one of the blushing bride word windows in half for the legs.
Cut the green word window in half for the apron straps
Cut the round tab in half and glue the pieces together to form the skirt
Trim away the sides and top of the scallop circle for the apron as shown.
Trim about 1/4 off each medium oval to form the sleeves.  Clip 2 sides off the scallop square. Glue on a 2 scallop section onto each sleeve.
Trim one third off each black circle and round out the edges to form shoes.
Cut the designer label in half.  Round out the top. Glue on buttons.
Use a 1/2" circle to punch a curve in the top of the medium oval for the neckline.

3) Assemble as follows:
Sponge the edges of all blushing bride pieces with blushing bride ink.  
Sponge the edges of cherry cobbler pieces with bravo burgundy ink
Stamp the face with Peachy Keen Rag Doll Faces stamp set (found HERE).  Add highlights to eyes with unibal gel pen. Color nose and mouth with cherry cobbler marker.  Add blush to cheeks with regal rose ink and stipple brush.
Glue bangs onto head and trim away excess.  Glue on pony tails and attach small ribbons with glue dots.
Glue straps onto top of apron.  Glue top of apron onto skirt piece. 
Glue skirt onto bottom of apron.  Glue neckline piece behind apron straps.  Glue sleeves onto each side of apron.  Attach neck to back of dress.  Attach head to neck with dimensional.
Glue arms onto body.  Attach hands with dimensionals.
Glue legs onto body.  Attach shoes with dimensionals.
Balloons were created by gluing the small heart from Heart to Heart onto the bottom of a 1" Circle.  

26 comments:

Lorie said...

Kim, this is adorable!! I've just GOT to try this, and thank you so much for sharing the directions! Soooo cute!!!

Hugs,
Lorie

Viv said...

OH my word!! how cute is THIS!!! Kim, I'm sure our glorious leader adored this card, I DO!! Gotta have a bash at making 'Annie' too!
Love viv xx

Ruby said...

ooooh! tku for the directions when I saw this on your SCS I was hoping you'd share it. I just thought it was sooo cute! Thks for sharing.

Cindylu2u said...

Fabulous job, love the card!!

Debc06 said...

What a darling card.
Happy Birthday Angela

Debbie
http://craftywizard.blogspot.com/

Janice W. said...

Absolutely adorable!!

joann valdez said...

very cute card. thanks for sharing.

VICTORIA said...

wow so cute. I love it

Glora said...

Such a sweetie! You girls rock! Happy birthday Angelica!

Jennifer said...

Happy Birthday, Angelica!

Wow, Kim!!! :) You spent some serious time creating a PHENOMENAL card!!!

Thank you so much for sharing (& spending the time to show us how to make it),

Jennifer
Partridgelu at yahoo dot com

Maureen Reiss said...

Super cute!!
Happy birthday Angelica!

Rene said...

Thank you Kim for such an adorable Raggedy Ann and for such detailed instructions. You go to a lot of trouble doing all this for us..thanks again.
Rene from OZ xo

Angelica said...

Kim!! I am totally raiding my moms punch stash this is way too cute!!!! What a super sweet card for my birthday I can't thank you enough! I love Annie's hair and those Raggedy Anne faces have never looked so good. THANK you!! You are so talented and I am honored!!! :) Angelica

Kim said...

I just love your card! I have all ways been a fan of Raggedy Ann:)
~Kim

KathyJ Peachy Keen Stamps said...

My goodness.. you ladies haven't had a day off!! Your card with the punched pieces blow my mind every time I come here. You are such an inspiring designer! I love EVERYTHING you make, Kim!! This was so sweet of all of you to do for Angelica!! She is one happy 26 year old girl today! BIG HUGS AND LOTS OF LOVE, Kathy

Linda said...

Oh, my goodness! That is just too adorable for words.

Great job.

Thanks for sharing your talent.

Gram G said...

This is one of the cutest cards I have seen! !!!!! Thanks for the idea
gram gram 66 @ gmail dot com

kraftykat157 said...

She is just too cute! Tfs
sherrye

America said...

WOW- you do amazing FUN and adorable work! You have totally inspired me to try PUNCH art! Thank you!!! :)

Scrappin with the bug said...

So adorable. I love "rag" dolls. Great job. You ladies are so sweet on the PK Dt. What a great way to support her.

Penny said...

This card is so cute. Definitely putting this on my wish list.

Luv 2 Create said...

I am so impressed by all your punch designs. They are fabulous. I have 2 huge drawers of punches that I never use anymore. I think I will definitely have to rethink that. I just became a new follower.
Marcie

VinDeeLoo said...

Oh how cute!

VinDeeLoo
vndlewis at rocketmail dot com

KimBScrapping said...

So creative. This is not a typical me project, but I think it is worth a try.

Teri said...

This is just too adorable! Thank you for sharing!

Two Pink Peas said...

I am not sure if my comment went through because I got an error so I am going to comment again just in case. I am just literally stunned at your talent!! I just don't think like you do and I wish that I did. It just amazes me that you can take a punch and put many shapes together like you do and come up with a masterpiece!! You inspire me so much. Do you use a Cricut ever or just punches? I have never seen any think like this before. I would love to do an interview and post it on my blog and feature you. If that is ok please let me know. I have SO many questions it's crazy!! Right now all of my craft items are packed up because we are selling our house and building a brand new house with a special Two Pink Peas Craft Room and I cannot wait to get back to creating. Let me know if I can interview you for my blog. Thanks!!
Terri M of Two Pink Peas www.twopinkpeas.blogspot.com Terrico3 at ameritech dot net

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