October 9, 2009

Paper doll fun

I have been given the fun task of blogging. I don’t normally blog, so please bear with me!

First off—just a little bit about me. I’m a Taurus, I like long walks on the beach, and I like to find the essence from within… No, seriously, I am a Taurus and my wife and I love taking walks on the beach. (Who doesn’t?) We just celebrated our eighth anniversary, and we are expecting our first child (a boy). I am new to QuicKutz, but I have been doing sales and retail for over ten years, so even though QK is new to me I feel right at home.

Since my wife is expecting, my sister threw her a baby shower where one of the activities was to make paper dolls from our new October release. This activity was a chance for me to receive great feedback on both the Epic 6 tool and our new paper doll release from women who are new to QK products and scrapbooking.

And the response was great! I had two of our Epic 6 demo tools there for the women to use and they spent a couple of hours cutting away and making some cute dolls….and some “interesting” dolls, too. : )

These women had a lot of fun being creative and mix ‘n matching the clothing, as only women can do! One of the ladies had a great idea to put magnets on the back of both the doll and the clothing so she could put them on her fridge and let the kids change the clothes as often as they want. Great fun was had by all, and I was once again reminded how versatile QK products are in every situation.

4 comments:

Vicki said...

Awesome projects. They did a great job. Love the sparkly paper used for the knight and the police officer. Congratulations on your soon to be addition to your family. Enjoy every day. They grow up too fast.

Cynthia B. said...

These are the cutest! I love the sparkly ones - the knight in armor and the policeman w/ sunglasses...and even handcuffs!!
What a fun activity for a baby shower.

lorraine said...

oh wow, really cute and fun! loved the little YMCA guy that slipped in there!

and who makes that sparkly paper? fun stuff.

congrats on your baby news!

Sue said...

Congrats on the wonderful baby news! The projects turned out beautiful! I noticed in one of the pictures that there seems to be a QK guide of some sort with samples of all kinds of options to make little 'people'. Is that available to us?

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