Monday, 12 August 2013

School supplies: notebooks

Hi! It's been a while since I last wrote in here, but I'm really busy with real-life stuff and I haven't felt like blogging.
As I told you on a previous post, I had been working on some school supplies printables for our dolls, and finally this week we found time to print them and take some photos. I tried to make them to match each doll style, so each one is unique. Here are Ghoulia's:
I forgot to tell you that we bought a 13 Wishes Howleen doll. I wanted to make a post all about her, but as I said before, I don't have much time. Of course, we made a notebook for her:
I made some of them using resourcest that I found on the internet, but I made other designs and patterns myself.
-Hey Cleo, would you help me with Mad Science?
We don't have the highest quality printer so some of the colours didn't come out very good. Operetta's notebook was supposed to be bright red, and Robecca's notebook pattern was brown instead of black, but it doesn't look that bad does it?
I also made a generic Monster High notebook design, based on a notebook showed in Monster High movie "Friday night frights".
I've got some more notebooks ready, even for dolls that I don't have yet (but I hope that I'll have in the future) . What do you think about this ones? I'd like to upload them somewhere so people would be able to download them, but I'm not sure how to do it. Any suggestions.

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  1. Those books are fabulous, I have to make some for the ghouls when they are in class.

    1. Thanks Ginger! Unfortunately, I made them too big and had to print the document 80% of its size, but it seem to work well. I also made designs for Deuce, Spectra and Rochelle, let me know if you're interested and I'll send you a pdf file

  2. So cool, how would I be able to make them and personalize them for my dolls?

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  3. Hello Izzy, thanks for stopping by.
    I made this ones using Adobe illustrator, but Photoshop will also work. If you don't have this programs, you can use a other that are free like Gimp or Inkscape. If you're not very skilled with this sort of programs, you can also make them using scrapbook paper and a little bit of imagination.
    Hope this helps

  4. You can use razor blade cartridges as magazine or notebook racks.
    Have a great day!