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Project - Wizard of Oz party items, with the Cricut
posted 09/30/09 at 07:57 AM
My 5 year old DD wanted a Wizard of Oz party for her birthday. So I set out to make it happen. I really had fun making decorations and games with the Cricut. I made a “Pin the Ruby Slipper on Dorothy” game using Paper Doll Dress Up. I used a 12x24 mat and cut the dolls body at Fill Page, I beleive she was 16.5 inches. I cut out a load of shoes for each child to have one to pin on Dorothy.
I also made a sign on the door just like Dorothy sees when she makes it to Oz and the doorbell is broken. I used Base Camp and Accent essentials.
The melting witch punch was my favorite. I cut out 2 circles on George and laminated the bottom one and rolled the 2nd one to form a cone. Then I hotglued the cone onto the laminated one, forming a witch's hat that floats.
I created all 4 main characters using PDDU at 8.5 inches. I laminated them and they were used as table decorations.
Lastly, using Sesame St font and Accent Essentials I made sign that said “Lollipop Guild Shoppe” where the kids got to “shop” to fill up their goody bags.
It was a great party and I couldnt have done it without the Cricut's help!