Beautiful Sophia in Fun Foam

Fun Foam, Sophia

This is a beautiful Sophia made out of Fun Foam embellished with beads.


KNK cutter machine, white Fun Foam, glittered purple Fun Foam, skin color Fun Foam, beads, foam glue, hot glue gun, acrylic paint, MTC software. I traced my design with KNK Studio (I love this software) because you can create sooo many beautiful things with KNK Studio and here is a link to my cutting file in KNK, MTC, and SVG formats.


Set the KNK machine to v=150 f=25. Take the Sophia  file from MTC and with the blue cap blade, cut the different parts of Sophia from different colors of Fun Foam, according to the color of each part. For example, cut the face from the beige, the dress from the purple, etc.  Glue all the parts together to form the Sophia doll. After this, embellish the doll with beads and put glitter on her hair.

The results is this beautiful Sophia that you could use to decorate the room of your princess or use it as a centerpiece for a little girl’s birthday celebration.

Sophia Fun Foam Post1




Baby Shower Decoration

Decoration, Baby Shower, KNK


This was the decoration that I did for my daughter-in-law’s baby shower. I used my KNK Groove-E to cut the letters out of paper and to cut each fun foam doll on the letters.


The template that I cut with my KNK Groove-E was used to cut those letters out of Styrofoam and then painted. To cut the styrofoam, I used a hot wired machine that my husband built for me. The fun foam doll was glued onto the styrofoam letters with hot glue.


The cutting files for the doll and hair can be downloaded in KNK, MTC, and PDF format from here:

Doll Face and Hair Patterns

In my next post, I will show the centerpieces that I also made with my Groove-E for the tables. So check this site every Monday, Wednesday and Friday to see what’s new!








Fun Foam Doll

This beautiful fun foam doll was made with a KNK Groove-E machine, using the blue cap blade or thick blade to cut the fun foam in different colors (V=150 F=25). To form her face, just pre-heat the fun foam with an iron and cover a foam ball with it. Then use a glue gun to glue all the parts togethers and embelish as desire.