Saturday, September 5, 2009

For Someone Special

I have made my final project for 'The Town Scrapper'. I promised to show you all when I had made the card to match....
These are stamps from the 'Greeting Farm'. So I decided to make a little gift with them.
I had an idea that a little girl who was going to go on a long car or plane ride might like to play with these. They would be a good gift for a little one in the hospital as well.

As well as the Greeting Farm stamps I used a number of Magnolia images to finish up the fun. I used all of the stamps and made some Magnetic Paper Dolls with them. I have had a lunch kit here for some time so I decorated it a bit and used it to house the dolls and also it is a small place to play with them on the lid.

I used DP from DCWV Nursery Pack - Baby girl, and a bunch of ribbons that I had on hand,
The images were stamped on magnetic sheets I found at 'Staples'. They are just called Magnet Sheets - Gloss White. I coloured them with my Copics, but on the glossy paper I was unable to blend the colours as I would have liked to. I think they look OK though?

This is how I put them in the lunch box. The ones on the lid are ready to play with and the ones on the sides and bottom are the extra ones......

Then I made a card with the left over paper to match the gift......

I am not listing the colours I used tonight as I must have used every Copic I owned to colour the images LOL
Hope you enjoy looking at my little gift. I would love to know what you think of it?
Thanks for your visit. Enjoy the rest of your long weekend.
Love, Candy


Patricia Garcia said...

Oh this is a beautiful project. Perfect for a long ride. The colors look great!!


Sharon Caudle said...

Oh how cute is this project! What fun for a young lady! It looks fabulous, Candy! Great job! hugs!

Nancy said...

Candy what a great craft project! Any little girl would just flip over this and you have done a fabulous job. I love how you have decorated the little lunch box so very cute to hold the paper dolls!
What fun!

cabio's craft corner said...

Candy, first of all, you did the tin so gorgeously. Then all the images, clothing & accessories are so cute. I did something similar to my daughter years ago, but I only put them in an envelope. But putting them in a tin is a great idea. Thanks for sharing!

Sandi said...

what a wonderful project what a treasure. Great job. Sandi

Monica said...

This is WOW project !!The coloring looks really good on that glossy paper. The lunch box looks really cute--makes me want to be a little girl again to play with all of the goodies!!!

Angelwood said...

This project is so adorable! What a great idea and the coloring still looks fabulous on this glossy paper. I know my girls would love this project! :o) Angela

Phebe Meeder said...

woweeeee....i am speechless

Anonymous said...

what a wonderful idea! My daughters would love these for the kids! tfs Candy!
Pam Going Postal

Unknown said...

What a wonderful idea Candy! This is just awesome and you did a fantastic job! Love every part of it. Hugs, Stephanie

Tracey said...

This is adorable!! Such a great gift idea! I think my 3-year-old would love something like this. I'll have to get to work on it!!

Claudean said...

This is just too cute. My 3 y/o grand-daughter would luv this. Great job.

Regina said...

Candy!!! Your project is so cute!!! I know you have a lot of work and you did so well!!! She´ll love, I´m very sure!!!

Sharri said...

OMGosh! This is an awesome gift! The colors are perfect, the lunch box is adorable and any little girl would treasure it!

Shawn said...

What a fabulous project, so much fun...clever idea Candy!!!

Anonymous said...

How fun! When I first looked at the pictures with the blue background I thought you had painted them on a wall. (hmmm that may be a idea!) You did a wonderful job coloring all of those images.

Welcome! said...

Awesome project!!! How creative! LOVE it!

Kim said...

Candy what an adorable project! It's amazing hun!
Hugs~ Kim

Anonymous said...

WOW, Candy, This is awesome lunch box, so much detail and fun to see. You did a great job! The paper dolls are so cute! Thanks for you lovely comment on my blog!
Have a nice day!

Anonymous said...

This is fabulous! You always do such a great job.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.