here and she said the image is by Susan Spiller. Anyway, it was just precious, so I had to try something similar from punches.
My girls were not thumb suckers but they were both "blankie" girls. And that is where this little cutie will wind up - on a scrapbook page about their blankets.
Texture wheel on free hand blanket
PJ's are wide oval, heart to heart , and small oval
head - 1.25 circle
hair 1 3/8 circle trimmed, heart to heart
bows - heart to heart, standard hole punch
nose - standard hole punch
eyes - small heart, standard hole punch
hands - 1/2 circle - trimmed for thumb sucking hand, slot punch added for thumb of blanket hand
Please note that I used THREE soft subtle shades on this project and one of them is a PURPLE. This is a strange and rare occurrence - not likely to be repeated. Yes, I have friends who love purple (Hey Theresa!) but it certainly is not a favorite of mine. That is why this little tot has 'close to cocoa' hair - if I had used barely banana it would have been FOUR pastel colors (shudder)
If you need a boy - you could easily change the hair and 'fabric' colors.