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Friday, March 14, 2014

Frights, Camera, Action! Fabsome Movie Experience Craft

With Monster High's highly anticipated new movie Frights, Camera, Action! about to hit the streets on DVD, we wanted our dolls to share in the movie making fun! so...

...we made one of our Fabsome box rooms into a
  Full Movie Experience with a movie set, "black" carpet and private screening room! All the dolls LOVE IT!

check out the video to see how :oD


 ... here are  the printables we used, they are free to download and print so you can make your own! just click the pic for...

large flat screen T.V. and movie poster ( recommend printing on gloss photo paper)

From Monster High TV printables

step and repeat for the "black" carpet... can't miss a good photo opp!

From red carpet backdrop

From red carpet backdrop

From red carpet backdrop

backdrops (recommend printing on photo paper)

From printable doll backdrops
From printable doll backdrops
From printable doll backdrops
From printable doll backdrops
bricks
From flooring


How To Print Printables:

*** To print the printables, just click on the pic... the pic with open in a new window and you can drag it to your desktop.
*** then print according to your printer settings... For background images like bricks and stuff, I like to set my printer to "fill page"
*** all links tested on  May 23, 2014


We would like to give a Special Thanks to Mattel for allowing us to use the Monster High Logos for this project and for the FABSOME Dolls! :oD

Happy Crafting! :oD

35 comments:

  1. Yah first comment love this craft soooooo much it's total fabsome and a huge space saver ��love your vids can't wait till the next ps what about a soccer field or football field

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  2. I can't do color in my printer my dad won't let me so can you do more printables please try in black and white

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    1. black and white? we will see what we can do :o).... things that can be black and white?.... newspapers, school worksheets, tile floors... piano keys.... any more ideas?

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  3. amo estas manualidades saludos desde españa y colombia

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  4. Wow, that is amazing! What size box would you use for 18 in dolls?

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    1. i would probably use an 18 X 24 inch box, if you cut out the top, they will fit fine :oD

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  5. I love how you've managed four play areas in a 14x14x14 space. It's just the greatest use of material I've seen today!

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    1. wow! thank you so much, i love these boxes because they stack so neatly :oD

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  6. Hello,
    I have nominated you for the prestigious Liebster Award!
    http://pinevalleygirlsclub.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-liebster-award.html
    Congratulations!

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  7. You are very talented. I love that you recycle. I can't wait to see the "Frights, Camera, Action" movie.

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    1. it is on iTunes already... if you use iTunes :o)

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  8. i cant download the 1. picture :(

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    1. i have checked the link and it appears to be working, please try again and let me know what happens, please

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  9. I have nominated you for the Liebster Award! Answer the questions at http://eighteeninchdoll.blogspot.com/2014/03/liebster-award.html

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  10. this is so cool! but, where do you store all of your crafts? will you make a video about it?

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  11. i love your craft are SOOOOOOOOOOOO AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! can you make more crafts of dresses... plsss and where do u keep all the stuff?? and where do u get them?

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  12. Your blog/youtube channel is fabsome!!! If you have time, could you check out my blog, Glittabomb Fefe? I would appreciate it. :oD

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  13. I would like to know the name of the little yellow tool you use when you made the AG wooden desk..where can i get one?..please email me at mrs.lawrence2009@gmail.com..thank you!!

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  14. Do you know have to make a handpump

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  15. Wow, Wonderful blog and Ideas! Thank YoU!

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  16. You are a genious crafter and i would like to know if you have for sale the house tree if yes can you tell me if i need to get from etsy? Thanks i'm your fan

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  17. I really like your crafts well could you make a headphones or phones laptops.. anything that could be awesome gadgets..

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  18. I like this craft. It is awesome :D

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  19. I see your vedeo and what an amazing ideia. Great, Great!

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  20. Thanks for taking the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and love learning more on this topic. If possible, as you gain expertise, would you mind updating your blog with more information? It is extremely helpful for me.

    http://onlinefreemoviedownloads.org/

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  21. hi , can you make a doll slide please...

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  22. Hi can you do video on how you make your printables e.g what program you use please thanks:)

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  23. Photo printing using photopolymer plates - which is what many young printers use so that they can create their designs on their computers.
    banner printing

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  24. Hi! I have a question, in the video "How to Make Easy Doll Fashion Using Tubes : Outfits" for the fabric would a book sock work?

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