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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Despicable Me

We love this movie! I do have a confession though, as I sat in theatre, my mind was drifting to my Gypsy and how I could easily recreate a minion...




I used many cartridges but had so much fun with him.

George - circles and rectangles
Mickey and Friends - hands, feet and tongue
Everyday Paper Dolls - overalls
Christmas Cheer - tag shapes welded to create the body (with the hole hid with the Gypsy)
Smiley Cards - smile (with the pumpkin hid with the Gypsy)
Opposites Attract - googles The googles are cut with metallic paper but it doesn't show at all in the picture.

Hmmm... Now I need to take a picture of my son in his Despicable Me shirt so I can scrap this guy.

11 comments:

  1. OMGosh!!!!!!!!!!! He is the cutest ever! I loved Despicable Me and so did the boys. Minions rule! TFS

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  2. OMGoodness how stinkin' cute is that?!?!? One of the other 5th grade teacher at my boys school refers to her kids as minions and they have watched this movie a few times in the classroom. This would be so cute to cut out for her to use in their room on her bulletin board! You did a GREAT job!! Would you be willing to share the cut file? WOW!

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  3. EEEEEKKKK I love those little yellow minions. Your creation is too cute for words. ADORABLE :)

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  4. Wow!! look at how clever you are!! This is adorable! My daughter would love it! Can't wait to see the LO you do with your son!!
    barb :)

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  5. I have no idea what movie that is but this little guy is adorable! Love his expression. I bet your kids loved it.

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  6. OMG, now how darn cute is this!!! I love it!!! And how fun!!!

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  7. Sooo totally cool! I have a "37" year old son who would love this! He never out grew cartoons or animation. Must of got that from me. Raised the kids on Looney Toons. Purchased all the DVD's and now the grandkids are watching them...but I bought the DVD's for me! You did a great job! Frame it and keep it! That's alot of work to put into a project! TFS

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  8. I have an award waiting for you on my blog! Come on over to pick it up when you can!!!

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  9. This is adorable, my kids loved this movie too.

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