Discussion in 'Creative DISigns' started by jessesgirl, Jun 1, 2009.
Log in or Sign up to hide this advert.
I posted new paper dolls in post #78 and a few more lacing cards in #61
I thought it would be fun to make t-shirts using Natalie's (Donatalie) t-shirt DISigns. All of the disney art on the t-shirts is Natalie's...all I did was pick the t-shirt color and put her wonderful DISigns on them. No ironing and I didn't have to worry about finding the perfect t-shirt or transfer paper...how wonderful!!!
And a few shorts and skorts to match...
I thought it would be fun to try something new so I colored two of the coloring pages that I used for the "lacing cards" using photoshop. Not bad for a first try. This is good for younger ones to lace that aren't quite up to par with coloring...but I still like the idea of coloring and lacing the black and white ones. Sure saves on a lot of ink!
I was wondering if you could make a boy version of the tic tac toe pages. While I love Tinkerbell, my boys would prefer something a little less girly. Thanks!!!!
Hope this is what you were wanting. I have all boys so I understand!
A few more outfits for boys:
Also, I thought I would make the paper dolls flesh color instead of just white.
Those paper dolls are so adorable!
these are awsome!!! Thanks so much!!!
Dolly I had a thought for the maps. Instead of trying to fit it all on one page maybe a different page for each state?
I love the outfits. How hard were they to make?
Pretty easy to make the ones in the post above this one...if you know how to use photoshop. You use blank templates for each item (i.e. shirt, short, etc), then color it in with PS and add and resize the image over the paper doll. Does that make sense?
The more detailed items were harder like the indian costumes because I had to cut, move and resize parts of the clothing like the arms to fit the paperdoll.
i think so. Did you find any temp plates for swim suits or PJ'S. How hard is it to shrink the paper dolls a bit do you think. I would love to make a smaller one for little sister and then 2 bigger ones as a mommy and daddy
I found this game when looking for road trip games
Everyone picks a color. For each car of that color that passes, that player gets one point. If a bus, RV, or truck of that color passes, the player loses one point. Spot and call an ambulance, fire truck, or police car first, regardless of color, and get a five-point bonus. The first one to 25 win
Did not know if you could put a disney twist to it or not
Or how about a Disney version of a cootie catcher also know as a fortune teller.
There are a ton of templates including swimsuits at:
at the home page look at the top of the page for a tab that says paper dolls.
Hope that helps!
thanks Dolly for some reason I did not click on the seasonal one earlier
I have been sitting here tonight in complete awe of your game disigns. They are amazing.
I was wondering if I could make some requests for non-Disney game boards. We are going camping in a couple of weeks and I am looking for ideas to keep my 3 year old dd busy while in the car. Our drive is going to be at least 8-9 hours (if not more) so I am hoping not to run out of things for her to do. I was hoping maybe you could disign your bingo cards, scavenger hunt, and lacing cards towards camping.
Anything you could do would be greatly appreciated.
Cheryl (and Eryn)
If I can find time...I will attempt a few over the next two weeks. Try www.momsminivan.com that is where I got ideas for a lot of the games. She has more generic printables without the disney character's and then maybe if you can find camping stickers at a craft store you could add them to the cards.
I was up at 3:45 to let the dog out and back in and then couldn't go back to sleep...so I was able to get these done. Will these work for camping?
Scavenger Hunt...this is a new card...I don't think I had a scavenger hunt for preschoolers with pictures:
Bingo Cards...I made these 6x7 inches:
Paper Doll: This paper doll is a different shape and style then the other paper dolls that I made on this thread so the other outfits will not work for it. I did not make these...the paper doll and outfits are all from www.makingfriends.com.
To print these open up a word document and change all of the margins to "0". Then copy and paste the image into the new document. Go to "format" and then "picture" and make sure that the picture size is set to 8.5x11 inches. If you have any problems printing go to www.makingfriends.com and look for the tab at the top that says "paper dolls". You can print these directly from the website. If you want more outfits you can get them at www.paperdolls.com.
All I can say is........WOW!! I am beyond amazed!
Now if I can just figure out how to get this wonderful stuff out of my computer and onto actual paper, I'll have it made!!
Thanks so very much for all that you do for your disney friends!!
Separate names with a comma.