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Friday, January 7, 2011

Peachy Keen LFIF Challenge #7

We're back for another Peachy Keen Challenge!  Please join the PKS design team for another fun Lets Face It Friday challenge HERE.  The challenge this week was to create a thank you card using a Peachy Keen face stamp.  I wanted to use my PKS Rag Doll Faces set (PK-673).  Instructions for making this Raggedy Ann is below.  Play along on the challenge for a chance to win the Critter Faces stamp set!

Punches needed (all Stampin' Up):
Ornament in crumb cake - HEAD
Small & Large Oval in crumb cake - ARMS & LEGS
1 3/8" Circle in vanilla - COLLAR
1 3/4" Scallop Circle in cherry cobbler - HAIR
12 Small hearts in cherry cobbler - HAIR & COLLAR
2 3/8" Scallop Circle in patterned paper - DRESS

1) To create the arms and legs, first punch the small oval in crumb cake.  Line up the large oval over the top of the punched hole as shown.

2) Punch all of the pieces as shown:

3) Stamp the PKS Rag Doll face.  Color the nose and cheeks with cherry cobbler marker.  Add highlights to eyes with white gel pen.  Round out the arms and feet.  Sponge the edge of all crumb cake pieces with chocolate chip ink.  Cut the 1 3/4" scallop circle in half and then trim away one scallop to create the hair pieces.  Cut the vanilla circle in half.  Glue a heart in the center of half circle to create collar.  Trim away 3 scallops on each side of the 2 3/8" scallop circle to create the dress (2 scallops are at the top for the neckline).  Sponge the edges of all cherry cobbler pieces with chocolate ink.  Glue 4 upright hearts end to end.  Glue 2 hearts together and flip upside down and glue to bottom of 4 heart string to create a braid.  Create the other braid in the same manner. Tie a ribbon onto each braid.  Glue the top hair pieces and braids to head.  Attach collar to dress with dimensional.  Glue arms and legs onto back of dress.  Glue head onto back of dress.


Angelica Suarez said...

This is so adorable, Kim! First of all, I love Raggedy Ann dolls, and this one that you've made is the perfect mix of whimsy and rustic. Like I said, just adorable!! :) Angelica

Laura said...

That is just too cute. Love the way you made her braids!

Juliette Chapman said...

What a cool Raggedy Ann. I love the way you did her braids. Would never have thought of using the small heart punch for them.

Vicki Burdick said...

This is adorable Kim!!!! Love how you used the hearts for the ponytails!!!

Joanna said...

Omg this is THE cutest rag doll ever! Love it Kim! :)

Linda said...

How adorable is this Raggedy Ann!!
You are so talented and so nice to share with us un-talented.

Rene said...

This is beautiful Kim, thanks for all the work you put into finding all the punch art for us.
Rene from OZ xo

KathyJ Peachy Keen Stamps said...

OH Kim!! I swear I've died and gone to heaven whenever I'm on your blog! YOU ARE MY IDOL! I love love love your work and this adorable doll thank you is no exception! You are an amazing talent and I SO admire your punch creations!! Thank you for always doing such an awesome job!!
BIG HUGS and Lots of Love, Kathy

Carol said...

Absolutely adorable!

Tanstar said...

You are sooo smart! wow - never would have thought of that.. I too love raggedy ann :)

Two Pink Peas said...

My gosh girl!! Here we go again!! Another masterpiece. I NEED to visit your blog more often. You seriously amaze me. Just the way you think so creative as you do is seriously amazing. I need to start thinking out side of the box now and that is thanks to you. I actually own this set because I LOVE Raggedy Ann so much and have not used it yet. You have seriously inspired me to pull out my brand new set and get to making a cute doll. Thanks so much for sharing. Terri M Two Pink Peas


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