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PrincessinTexas 10-09-2012 04:55 PM

Making Paper Dolls for Epcot layouts
 
Does anyone know how to make the character paper dolls for the Epcot countries. I see a lot of Mickey and the other characters dressed in different outfits on layouts. I know some of them are made with SCAL. I do not have the program. I do have the cartridge Paper Doll Dress Up. Would that work?

Thanks,
Pam
PrincessinTexas

JJ&JHsmom 10-09-2012 05:54 PM

We did a paper doll swap last year which included dolls for the world showcase countries.

Here is the link:http://156.photobucket.com/albums/t2...t=cc7d2563.pbw. The world showcase dolls are group 21.

I know most of used the paper doll cartridges.

Hope this helps.

PrincessinTexas 10-10-2012 09:40 AM

That is what I needed. Thank you very much!:)

JJ&JHsmom 10-10-2012 03:42 PM

You are very welcome! Good luck with your dolls, they were really fun!

PrincessNancy96 10-11-2012 06:02 PM

I've been moving my photos around and trying to group things together from past swaps...

Here is the updated link to the paper doll swap: World Showcase is labeled Epcot countries.

http://s156.photobucket.com/albums/t...20doll%20swap/

thanks for your understanding.. it's the same photos from the previous link just moved to a separate folder.

PrincessinTexas 10-13-2012 09:54 AM

Do you happen to have instructions on how you made these. Great work! Were they all made with the Paper Doll Dress Up cart? Thanks.

Pam

PrincessNancy96 10-13-2012 09:58 AM

I can look at the ones I made and pull the instructions for you.. I can't get to mine til tomorrow as we are about to head for a soccer tournament... I think most of mine came from the Paper Dolls cart.. just various cuts from various pages..

I did the Canadian Mountie and the US Colonial girl if I remember correctly...

PrincessNancy96 10-13-2012 09:58 AM

I know we cut the dolls at 4.5".

PrincessinTexas 10-13-2012 10:50 AM

I would appreciate it. I'm working on two albums at the moment and I'm working on the Epcot world layouts. Any instructions would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Pam

PrincessNancy96 10-15-2012 01:29 PM

I have found my instructions... I know they are cut at 4.5" with NO real dial size... there are a few that you need to adjust the size a bit smaller to make it work... you might just need to play with a few... (I know that is what I did.)

Canadian Mountie:
Pants: p. 30 - black or dark brown
Coat: p. 74 (I believe)... Red - I used marker to darken the buttons
Belt: p. 46 - accessory 1 - black or dark brown (embellish the belt w/ gold stickles for the buckle)
Sash: (I used the flip function on my Expression).. p.76 - black or dark brown - I then cut the sash down a bit to make it more narrow.
Hat: p. 76 - tan
Boots: p. 52 accessory 1 - black or dark brown
hair: p. 64 (or whatever you would like)

Colonial Girl- USA
Hat: p. 37 cut in white.. then add a red ribbon with small narrow ribbon or marker
Dress: p. 73 in red
Apron: p. 63 in white
Shaw: p. 73 in blue
shoes: p. 73 in black
hair: p. 65 (or whatever you would like)

I hope that helps with 2 of them...

PrincessinTexas 10-15-2012 03:32 PM

Thank you that will help. I will go through the handbook and see what I can find.

Thanks
Pam

PrincessinTexas 10-15-2012 03:35 PM

Also I forgot to ask. Which paper doll cartridge did you use the most?

Pam

PrincessNancy96 10-16-2012 06:22 AM

Paper Doll Dress up (the one with the cowboy, cat, and I think ballerina on the front).


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