Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Paper Dolls have met their match

The joy of cutting out paper dolls was never quite the end result I always wished for when I would meticulously cut out a chain of them. The truth is, they would typically look like the ‘universal bathroom symbols’ when finished; very stiff, very contrived and with no individual style. You can see what I mean in the design above as to the little regimented soldiers and soldierettes, perfectly lined in uniform fashion.

Well, those days of boredom with scissors, paper and uniformity are about to end. I present Kate and Nate with their very own Cricut Cartridges, filled with hours and hours of paper-dolling and limitless possibilities. All you need is the ProvoCraft Cricut machine, Kate’s ABCs cartridge, Nate’s ABCs cartridge, and four or five years to craft it all into amazing, personalized products.

I see that Nate’s ABCs cartridge is now available, and I bet Kate’s ABCs cartridge is trailing right behind. To learn more about these fun products, designed by yours truly, go to Nate or Kate on the Cricut website and look for the Sheri Berry seal of approval on the cartridge covers (that’s shop talk for look for my logo, bottom, right corner:).

Here’s a little sneak peek of what you’ll find when you get your very own cartridges and believe me, they go far beyond the world of paper dolls and alphabet stencils your mother used to make.

Kate’s ABCs and Nate’s ABCs cartridge covers.

Sample of images on the Kate cartridge.

Sample of images on the Nate cartridge.

For those interested in getting more Kateified or Natefied you may want to pick up some fabrics from Northcott of these same designs. Or, if that’s not quite enough for you, go ahead and get a wall mural personalized for your favorite little Katish or Natish kids at Murals Your Way, and keep that Sheri Berry spirit with you all the livelong day!

1 comment:

Kristen Schimel said...

Do you know if patterned paper will be coming out to match the fabric? LOVE IT!