Monday, August 25, 2008

Wizard of Oz - Tin Man

JenW of the Cricut message board has a daughter with Down Syndrome. They are part of a new theater group, Angels on Stage, and their first play is Wizard of Oz. As a fundraiser, the kids are making angels. Jen wanted to make the characters of the play into angels and put out a plea for help with her project.

What better way than to use our Cricut Design Studio and the Paper Dolls Dress Up cartridge. Jen asked each person willing to help to design one character as a 5 inch paper doll. By the time I read the post, everything was spoken for except the Tin Man. I went to work on him, and here he is. I'll post another picture when I cut him out and get him assembled. I wanted to get the cut file to those who have been asking for it.

We're sending the cut files to Jen. She will cut the pieces and the kids will put them together. Won't they have fun! I'm sure they'll have a very successful event.


Brenda said...

Thank you for sharing your cut file of the tin man!!!! I love hime.

Cindy said...

Thank you for the great Tin Man! I can't wait to do my Wizard of Oz scrapbook pages. You are very talented!!

Anonymous said...

Too Cute for words. TFS Love your pink blog too. Hugs Anne

Diane said...

What a great project and how kind of you to help out! I love all things Wizard of Oz - many childhood memories. You did a wonderful job on this.

Jen said...

Congrats on starting a blog!!! Love your TinMan... no reason to cut him out except that I love it and have to give it a try! :o)
Thank you for sharing!

Laurel said...

He is so cute - thank you for sharing him! I always loved watching the movie - when in was in black & white. Guess I am the Old One in the group. Thank you again!


Susan said...

Welcome to the world of bloging it is soo much fun

Sara said...

May I please have the cut file of Tin Man sent to me?? You never know when I might need him for a page layout!! Thanks in cute!!

Sincerely, Sara

Sara said...

Never mind...I got it...sorry. Missed the link for the cut file.

Thanks so much!!

Great work!!


Tot Play: A Learning Journey said...

That was so sweet of you! He looks GREAT! Any advice on how to create an oversize Tin Man using the Cricut machine??? I am wanting to make a "Pin the Heart" game for my daughter's Wizard of Oz party coming up extremely soon. I don't really have a lot of experience using my Cricut due to lack of time. I would love any pointers or help with this project.
Thanks a bunch,
Tracey M