Saturday, 7 November 2015

Handmade Holiday Blog Hop

Welcome to the 5th Annual Handmade Holidays blog hop !!!







Please join us on the 5th Annual Handmade Holidays Blog Hop.
You will find LOTS OF great ideas for handmade Christmas presents.
I have made a personal paper doll for my daughter, and packed it nicely 
in a cute little box. Take a look further down for my finished project and tutorial.

But first over to all the sponsors for this great blog hop. Take a look at this 
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We are having a giveaway of over $600 in craft supplies to help you make this holiday handmade. Enter to win here: a Rafflecopter giveaway




My paper doll - a Christmas present for my daughter :


Here is the paper doll, and the box I`m gonna put all the clothes in.


I also have a tutorial. Take a look at it here: 
Check out How to Make Personal Paper Dolls by Brit Sviggum on Snapguide.


Supply list:

Book Box - Kraft - Graphic45 #4500844
Christmas CarolCollection-Christmas Carol #4501185
Christmas Carol Collect.Yuletide Greetings#4501188
Christmas Carol Collection-Good Cheer #4501191
Some gold twine and black ribbon
Artisan style collection - Decorative Flourish
Artisan style collection- This old huse
Artisan style collection - Craftsmanship
Artisan style collection - Patterns of the Past
Artisan style collection - Natural Beauty
Home sweet Home collection - Garden Fresh
Home sweet Home collection - Granny`s Quilt
Home sweet Home collection - Apple Pie
Home sweet Home collection - 6x6 Pattern & solids
Times Nouveau Classic Collection - Hot Tomato
Home sweet Home collection - It`s the Berries
Black pen
White pen
3D glue dots
Strong glue
Color Box Graphic45 Dye ink- Dark cashmere
Magnet plate












21 comments:

Jen said...

Such a fun idea! I loved paper dolls when I was little.
Thanks for sharing.

Beth said...

such a fun idea for any little girl.....I loved playing with paper dolls and this is just amazing.

tallulah1 said...

I too loved paper dolls. Sure wish I knew someone to make these for. I might just make for me! Thanks for sharing and the hance to win an amazing prize package.
Janelle R

Linda T said...

What a fantastic idea and so personal. I remember playing with paper dolls when I was young and just loved it.

L J Dogsmom said...

This is adorable. And such a great keepsake. Love her toothless grin.
Be sure you make an extra one she can take with her to college.

Валентина Рыбакова said...

A fun idea! I remembered my childhood! Thank you!

Ann Strecko Koeman said...

Fun fun fun love it!

Sarah-R said...

What a wonderful idea and fun project!

Linda Storey said...

So fun & cute! TFS!!

Pambi7 said...

Beautiful project. You daughter is going to be very happy Christmas morning.

Cathy Potosky said...

Amazing!! Such a good idea for any of the little girls you need a gift for!

Dee Geeky Family said...

That is such a cute idea!!

lucretia said...

That's a nice idea.

IamUniquelyImperfect said...

Such an awesome idea! Tfs Patricia B

barbara macaskill said...

LOVE this!! I have made a set of these for my granddaughter and my grandniece. I am planning on making a bunch of paper dinosaurs and dragons for my grandsons also! TFS!

Виктория Юрьевна said...


It looks more fun ... but surely enjoy teenage girls

christi said...

this is so cool. i would love to have this as a child.

Renee Townsend said...

That is Soooo special it should become a family heirloom. What a wonderful time you both had making it together!

TracyM #6773 said...

ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS gift Brit!!!
LOVE that you have used the image of your daughter, made so many pretty outfits to mix & match and created such a beautiful box to store it all it!!!
An AWESOME gift that will bring SO MUCH FUN :)
THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and tutorial ... I have lots of nieces that this would be PERFECT for!!!

Barbara Ferrell said...

That's great I would love to do one for all my girls, just one thing how do you get the picture just the right size for the box?

Sue D said...

Adorable idea==perfect for my granddaughters.