Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Helping with Homework

I just love my Cricut!  If I only used it for helping my kids with their homework / school projects it would be soooo worth it!  I've used mine for Science fair boards, church dance decor, puppets for a school project, story boards, and more. 



My 1st grader was sent home a 9 1/2" cut out of a doll and, he ask to decorate it to look like himself.  So we got out the Cricut and started cutting out some clothes!  We used Everyday Paper Dolls and cut the clothes out at 9 1/2".  But before we put them on the doll we did some embossing, of course.  It always adds just a bit of dimension and character to ANYTHING!  We used Distressed Stipes on the pants and Tiny Mosiac for the shirt!



I call my little man Tan Tan the Superman so his little 'doll' had to have a cape.  We cut that out at 8" from the Superman Cricut Cartridge and put a letter T on the back from Hoot 'n Holler cartridge at 4".  FYI, his favorite color is RED!






My son stamped the face using a 1997 Stampin Up face stamp set, colored the face, added googlie eyes and we used a white pen to do some highlighting. 
 
Here's just one of the many ways that we have done 'Homework with the Cricut'.
 
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13 comments:

  1. Laurie, your son is SUPER cute :)
    I too use my Cricut for my kids school projects.

    Great Job!!

    ~Jenn~

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  2. Simply adorable project and your son is just too cute!

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  3. so cute... I love the cape... we use the Cricut for all my kids projects... makes a huge difference and makes it fun for them.

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  4. OMGOSH Laurie, what an adorable project, I love the embossing on the clothes, your little fella is just the cutest!!! He looks very proud, way to go Mom!!!

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  5. Awesome! They are super cute...

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  6. Your son is adorable! Great job on the homework! I like to play with my oldest grandson, he can work the Expression all by himself. LOL He just turned 7 last month. Now he wants to try to use the E2 he'll probably do a better job than me. Tee Hee!!!
    Miranda :)
    www.nanasscrapspot.com

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  7. Oh BOY! He is so cute and so is his little man! I wish I had Cricut when my kids had all their science fair projects.
    Creative Wishes,
    Claire S.
    www.scrapmyway.blogspot.com

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  8. So cute! What a fun project to make with your little boy. He looks very happy with it!

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  9. Your son is so much cuter than the paper cut out. Good job making him!!!

    I love your picture of him hugging his paper doll how precious and what a fun memory

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