Author Topic: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner  (Read 71127 times)

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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #60 on: July 14, 2007, 04:31:06 pm »
I can't seem to get the pants off though....

Oh God, that's hilarious!!!!  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Well, thank you, Snavel del Snuit! If you don't have a magnetic refrigerator, you can glue the sheet to a piece of lightweight cardboard. Then add tabs to the sides of the accessories, cut them out and dress Jack by folding the tabs over the figure like the old-fashioned paper dolls.

Mmm... a trip to the crafts shop will have to be scheduled in on Monday! I don't wanna miss being able to dress and undress Jack...  :P

Still have that printer problem though... :(

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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #61 on: July 18, 2007, 02:50:32 am »
You've got style, that's what all the girls say
Satin sheets and luxuries so fine
All your suits are custom made in London
But I've got something that you'll really like

Gonna dress you up in my love
All over, all over
Gonna dress you up in my love
All over your body

Feel the silky touch of my caresses
They will keep you looking so brand new
Let me cover you with velvet kisses
I'll create a look that's made for you

Gonna dress you up in my love, in my love
All over your body, all over your body
In my love
All over, all over
From your head down to your toes

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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #62 on: July 18, 2007, 03:15:14 am »
Cute idea for a craft! And it will definately make my icebox look more interesting!  :laugh:

But I agree with Clarissa. They should have made it so we could remove Jake's pants!  >:(

I mean, COME ON!!! We could take off his pants and then stare at his white Fruit of the Loom britches!

What's so dirty and awful about that??  ???

If anyone can figure out a way to do it, pm me okay?  :D
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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #63 on: July 18, 2007, 06:59:14 am »
I love the Jake magnetic doll craft project!  That was awesome!

(I also found this on the web for people interested in another "dress Jake" doll...)

http://www.gurl.com/play/games/paperdoll/display/0,,692524,00.html


http://www.stardoll.com/pl/dolls.php?id=397

This one is a Heath Ledger paper doll (pre-Brokeback)

http://www.100megsfree4.com/gogators4/Heath.html
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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #64 on: July 18, 2007, 08:50:13 am »
I prefer undressed!  ;D
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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #65 on: July 18, 2007, 09:25:59 am »
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That was awesome! (I also found this on the web for people interested in another "dress Jake" doll...)

Yay! Thanks, True Oracle. I've got another dress-up doll in the works. This time it will be Ennis.
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Removabe pants? "Fruit of the loom" tighty whites?

Do you fellers have any idea how hard to was to cobble together images from the film (all over the web) to create the doll I made? It took hours last Friday night. I'm too busy this weekend to deal with it!
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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #66 on: July 18, 2007, 10:42:29 am »
Yay! Thanks, True Oracle. I've got another dress-up doll in the works. This time it will be Ennis.
Do you fellers have any idea how hard to was to cobble together images from the film (all over the web) to create the doll I made? It took hours last Friday night. I'm too busy this weekend to deal with it!

Well, I for one appreciate the effort and the bare chest suits me just fine.
I have a vivd imagination so that's all I need for the rest!  ;D
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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #67 on: July 18, 2007, 10:56:03 am »
Howdy folks,
Here's our new project for the week: The Jack Twist Magnetic Dress up Doll.


http://home.pacbell.net/toycoon/Jackpaperdoll1.pdf

Just print the page on an 8.5" X 11.0" page then glue or double stick the page to a thin magnetic sheet (available at craft stores). Carefully cut to the figure and the accessories to the line with a utility knife (be VERY careful as they are sharp) or a sharp pair of scissors. Then stick Jack to the refrigerator and enjoy putting Jack's clothes on or taking them off!


It looks great Toycoon, Congrats!  My aversion to crafts has kept me off this thread but I see I've been missing some fun stuff, lol!
Will there be a Heath paper doll?

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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #68 on: July 18, 2007, 12:27:42 pm »
Howdy folks,
Here's our new project for the week: The Jack Twist Magnetic Dress up Doll.


http://home.pacbell.net/toycoon/Jackpaperdoll1.pdf

Just print the page on an 8.5" X 11.0" page then glue or double stick the page to a thin magnetic sheet (available at craft stores). Carefully cut to the figure and the accessories to the line with a utility knife (be VERY careful as they are sharp) or a sharp pair of scissors. Then stick Jack to the refrigerator and enjoy putting Jack's clothes on or taking them off!


Is it getting hot in here?

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Re: Brokeback Mountain Craft Corner
« Reply #69 on: July 18, 2007, 02:39:09 pm »
So, so great. I have to get me a new printer if you keep this up. Awesome, darling! You are one creative wizard! Your company got lucky!

Dagi
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