Designed by Jeannie Phillips ~ Southside, Al
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I received B is for Boy for my birthday from my sweet friend, Alice! THANK YOU ALICE! I just couldn't’t wait to use it… My son’s birthday is Wednesday the 23rd… just 10 days after mine… when I saw the little boy on this cart… I could so see my John-Robert when he was all little again running around in his super hero capes… he loved being a super hero… I knew if I could figure out how to add the cape exactly what this card was going to look like. John-Robert will be 23 and did grow up to be a super hero for God… he loves spending his time with kids and youth teaching them all about how much God loves them.. In the summer he is Camp Director at RA Camp ( a church camp). And he loves it!!.. Any time through out the year that he gets a chance to share God with a group of kids he is off and running… so this card is super fitting!!.
I read recently in a poll done that more people liked picture tutorials.. I will have to prefect that… that is what I am switching to for now… unless I get lots of request for the videos again or unless a card just needs a video to explain it!!… just let me know how you feel. Hugs, Jeannie
CRICUT & GYPSY
B is for Boy
Boy and its layers cut @ h 2.28.… set the height and the widths will be right…on the Cricut I would cut these @ 2 ¼ inches.
Circle (quarter of a circle at corner of card) cut @ h w 4.32 x 4.40... I put a but a rectangle on the mat the size of my background piece or paper, placed it in the bottom corner and then placed the circle on that.. I deleted the rectangle before I cut… you will have to use an exacto knife to finish cutting the circle to the edge of the paper…..using the Cricut I would cut this circle @ 4 1.2 inches… I would lay my background piece of paper over this and mark it and trim off the part that didn’t cut using the Gypsy.
Rounded off Triangle for the cape cut @ w 1.32 x h 1.06... I place a circle cut @ w 0.61 x h 0.57 on top of the triangle to make the neck of the cape… do not weld these two pieces together…. On the Cricut I would cut this at 1 ½ inches…and trim out the neck with scissors.
All Mixed Up
“Super Hero” cut @ h 0.85.. Set the height and the width will be right on all the letters… I did use the button with the circles to make the e’s smaller… then I scooted the letter together…and use the twisty button to turn the letter the way that I needed them to be welded…the easiest way to do this is to place them in the inside edge of the circle as you work then move them after you group and weld them just like you want them…. On the Cricut I would cut these at ¾ an inch.. You might cut the e’s at 1 /2 and inch.
Give A Hoot
Ties for the cape cut @ w 1.47 x h 0.39 …on the Cricut I would try ½ and inch.
There are several bows you could use on different carts.
I grouped all the things by color before I cut them out. The circle is moved to the edge so that it will cut the sides off...I did have to take an exacto knife to cut the circle to the edge just a pinch on the top and bottom.. to get the circle the right size I added a rectangle the size of my background piece to the bottom edge of the mat...then I placed the circle where I wanted it and deleted the rectangle.
Super Hero is welded and grouped together... the circles are placed on the rounded triangles so that there will be a scoop for the neck in the "cape".. do not weld these pieces you want the circle to cut into the triangle.
Here is what all the pieced look like cut out.
I made the Happy Birthday background paper on my computer... and created the sentiment on my computer.
I drew the face on the boy with a fine tip black marker (.005).. I added brown around the blacks of his eyes with brown sharpie... and added freckles... I used pink chalk for his cheeks...and added a white dot to the cheeks and eyes with a white gel pen....I used a brown sharpie to add to the hair...and a white gel pen to add stitches to the pants.
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