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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Georgie Girl

Designed by Jeannie Phillips Southside, AL
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I am really proud of this one... has a few mistakes... but I am still learning... "Georgie" is made with circles and rectangles from the George and Basic Shapes cartridge... thus the name Georgie.. I am really proud of her...hope to improve upon her in the future... I hope that you like her too.... thank you so much for looking!! I love your comments... I actually thrive on them... so thank you in advance for any comment that you leave...and hugs to you for those! Jeannie
CRICUT & GYPSY
All cuts give with real dial size on.
George
Legs
Top circles cut @ w 0.42 x h 0.42.
Rectangle cut @ w o.42 x h 0.91.
Oval for the foot cut @ w 0.46 x h 0.69.
The oval cut was duplicated for the shoe.
Arms
Top rectangle cut @ w 0.35 x h 0.52.
Circle at elbow cut @ w o.32 x 0.32.
Bottom Rectangle cut @ w o.30 x h 0.89.
Oval for hands cut @ w 0.32 x h 0.48.
I cut out two sets of arms only needed one... but did use both sets of legs.
Head
Circles cut @ w 0.91 x h 0.91.
Bottom circle was go give George a body for the neck to come from.
Rectangle for neck cut @ w 0.27 x h 0.91.
Extra Circles for head cut @ w 0.91 x h 0.91.
Paper Doll Dress Up
Hair cut @ w 1.34 x h 1.13.
Dresses cut @ w 2.65 x h 1.95.
Paper Pups
Puppy cut @ w 1.7 x h 0.62.
Storybook
Scalloped circle was the scalloped oval just cut @ w 4.0 x h 4.04 and w 3.58 x h 3.62.
I got my smaller circle and duplicated it and the tapped the enlarge button 3 times.
The rectangles in the middle were opened as a template and didn't cut...I just used them as a guide... I do still have to cut the welded items (in red) separate from the un-welded items.

My first pedestal card!
This is what my file looked like when I cut it.This is the file where I created the look I wanted.

7 comments:

Sara Paschal said...

You are totally taking my breath away with your creations. I have started a GB .cut file (I don't have the gypsy) as a CASE of your snowman a few posts below. I will let you know when I have it done and link back to your post. You have me so inspired right now I can't wait to cut it;)

Very nice job!

Debbie said...

Nice job Jeannie. We all get to learn right along with you. Thanks.

Ann said...

Absolutely Adorable!!

Sandy from Ukiah said...

What a good idea... to make a Jeannie gypsy folder... you are just amazing with this...

Sherry said...

This is WOW!! It's a bit of everything! Amazing, stunning, you get the idea! Love it. I didn't want a gypsy...ugh!

Love your work!

lavendarrose29 said...

I really enjoy seeing what you will come up with next.

KimCreate said...

Jeannie, Love your georgie girl card and your elf card. Good work, I think Santa will be bringing the Gypsy, so I'll be able to start creating cuts soon. Your work always makes my day!
KimCreate

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