Thoughts about and ideas for papercrafts from a colored paper addict
You could make an awesome teacher this way!
I assume you mean the back-view not the topless with a grass skirt. Right?
Cute Cute Cute!
OMG!!! Thanks, Ellen! She is so darn cute and just what I needed for a card! You ROCK!!
Ellen, this is adorable. I am relatively new to your blog and I am addicted. I was hoping you could tell me which punches you used to create such a cute hawaiian lady. Thank you for providing such fantastic ideas.
Her body, arms, hands are the same as the the other back view ladies - directions on last post in May.Hair - modern label put together then rounded with a large circle at top of headSkirt - large ovals put together and rounded in with a circle at hips - snipped like grassAll red is the poofy looking Itty Bitty ShapesFeet are the wide Heart to Heart punched at the tip of a small oval HOLE to get the foot/ankle shapePalm is wide oval trimmed by hand.
You are amazing. I have spent two hours just on your blog site looking at all the wonderful things you do. You are truly artistic. I know you said it is only paper scraps not rocket science, but I don't think I could do anything like that with paper scraps. LOL Your site is one of my favorites. thanks so much
Shae it GIRL!!!!
ALOHA! too cute!hugs,
I just wanted to thank you for your inspiration. I just made a Bday card for a friend who lived in Hawaii for most of her life. Your punch art hula girl was a perfect focal point for her card. Thanks!!
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