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.
I have been very busy planning my granddaughter’s birthday. At the beginning we were planning with Hello Kitty Princess in mind, but because she likes Angelina Ballerina so much, we decided to change the theme of her party to Princess Angelina Ballerina. Princess because I already had made a Huge Castle that I will share in a future post, plus I had bought some princess things, already. Now, I am planning a mix of both because I want to use all the things I have prepared up until now.
The crown that I had bought was transformed into a crown with mouse ears so it would match with Angelina Ballerina. I sure hope this mixture works in the end! lol.
The other girls will be wearing these pairs of ears, which will be their party hats. The same will be for the boys, but in blue.
Cut the free file linked above at your desired size. Then, optionally, color the border of the ears with a marker or colored chalk. Next, glue the ears to your head band with the glue gun and, finally, add a bow with ribbon or tulle.
In my next post I will show you how to make this decoration for any pencil step by step, so stay tuned.