Welcome to this special, spotlight blog for our Penny’s Paper Doll Family collection. We are so in love with all the possibilities with this one and lucky to have Grand Brand Ambassadors Yumi Muraeda and Clare Charvill here to show you just a few of them! First up, Yumi shares her custom constructed "Penny's Family Hello Happy Love Home" and you have to see the details! There are so many rooms and characters to explore. Next up Clare shares her Family Album. This beautiful album would make the perfect heirloom once it is filled up with your own family memories. Each page is carefully laid out waiting to be filled with the perfect moment. See both below!
Get out your fussy cutting scissors because we are going to get nostalgic with our new paper doll inspired collection, Penny’s Paper Doll Family. This collection includes customizable color your own sheet dolls to make them your own, along with 8 double-sided papers, 12×12 and 8×8 paper pads, a 12×12 Patterns & Solids pad (new 16-page size), coordinating chipboard, cardstock tags & pockets, journaling & ephemera cards, and decorative cardstock stickers.
Penny's Family Hello Happy Love Home
By Yumi Muraeda
Hello Penny's Happy love home! Video Tour
This is similar to my Master Detective Secret Room Briefcase. This project here is Penny's house and her shop (yes that is my dream too and coming soon!) I like to make dollhouses, but I also like to carry something cute, so I asked to my husband’s friend who makes movie sets as a carpenter to make me this case. I am so happy with it that I am going to have a class for this. Whoever thinks “Penny's Family Hello Happy Love Home” is interesting is invited to come to my class.
Thank you so much!!
Graphic 45 Supplies:
Penny's Paper Doll Family 8×8 Pad
Penny's Paper Doll Family 12×12 pad
Penny's Paper Doll Family 12×12 Patterns & Solids Pad
Penny's Paper Doll Family Ephemera Cards
Handmade 12’ Wood Box (I order to carpenter in Japan)
Window & Window Box
Acrylic Paint Metallique
White chip board (1mm)
How to make Penny's Family Hello Happy Love Home:
1. Paint the box with green-blue color
2. Cover with Penny's Paper Doll Family 12×12 pad
3. Paint with Prima’s color Pink Gold, Cupper
4. Cut the paper family from Penny's Paper Doll Family 8×8 Pad
5. Make these people 3D
6. Adhere thin chipboard behind all people to make stand
7. Assemble the rooms as shown
Thank you so much!!” ~Yumi Muraeda
My Family Album
By Clare Charvill
"Penny's Paper Doll Family is the perfect paper collection to create a fun vintage styled family memory book. I've gone for an 7 3/4" x 7 3/4" album base, the perfect size for the 8 x 8 paper pad. The framed family picture from the signature paper was just perfect for my cover, and layered on a black frame and foam tape sets the theme for the album perfectly. Inside the album are three 7 1/2" square pages, each with pockets, photo mats, photo frames made from the ephemera cards, pull out journaling spots and of course members of the family too. It was a fun little album to create and one that really did take me on a trip down memory lane.
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Penny's Paper Doll Family 8 x 8 Pad
- Penny's Paper Doll Family Tags and Pockets
- Penny's Paper Doll Family Ephemera and Journaling Cards
- Black Card
- Walnut Stain Distress Ink pen for paper edges
- Tab Punch
- Foam Pads
- 12 x 12 Penny's Paper Doll Family Patterns and Solids
- MDF Album Cover Set – My Creative Spirit
Have fun creating your own family-themed projects from this gorgeous paper collection." ~Clare
Thanks for being here for this Penny’s Paper Doll Family feature and thanks to Yumi and Clare for creating the perfect projects to spotlight the diverse creative possibilities when crafting with it. We are so impressed and hope you are too! Graphic 45 is all about family, and this collection has given us a great outlet to celebrate it. We are so happy to have you as part of the larger G45 family as well. We'd love to hear about your own creations with Penny’s Paper Doll Family in the comments below and remember to is the last day to comment to enter to win this week's blog prize.