Friday, June 14, 2013

Creative Disney Inspiration...Doc McStuffins

The Doc McStuffins Party Board has been one of my most popular, so I thought I would share a couple of cupcake toppers and a little "Boo Boos" book I made today.

First we have Hallie's glasses, it's hard to tell from the picture but I used red glitter cardstock for the cute glasses (a larger version would be fabulous as a photo prop by the way).  I cut the glasses using file #27830 - 3 eyeglasses by Lori Whitlock from the Silhouette Store - with my Silhouette Cameo.  I actually cut 2 sets so that I could glue them back to back (putting a toothpick in between the layers) so that the toppers looked the same front and back.They are approximately 2" wide.

Next is the Doc McStuffins bandaid from the logo.  I used three different punches to make this cutie, my 2? scalloped punch for the purple, 3-1/2" scalloped punch for the red and 2" round punch for the white.  After gluing all the layers together I placed a real bandaid across the layers diagonally.  I specifically wanted the plastic type bandaids for this project, and actually had to cut them down just a little top make them fit on the topper.  Next I added a heart I punched with a very small punch (probably a 1/4") I bought at Walmart.  I used the same red glitter cardstock I used for Hallie's glasses for the heart.  When I glue the topper onto a lollipop stick I will back it with a plain purple scalloped circle so that it looks finished on each side.

Then we have our little book of Boo Boo's.  This mini version of Doc's book is great to put in a favor bag along with a crayon so your guests can log in their toys conditions, just like Doc does.  I used mini composition books I found on the office supply aisle at Walmart, I measure the front of the book and cut my cardstock to the proper size using my paper trimmer.  I ran the trimmed pieces through my Xyron using permanent adhesive and put them in place on the front of the mini notebooks, leaving the spine visible.  Next I cut the words BOO BOOS and a heart using my Silhouette, but you could use a heart punch or cut the hearts by hand just as easily.  You could also hand write BOO BOOS on the cardstock or print them before cutting your cardstock.

Hope you enjoyed this 4th installment of Creative Disney Inspiration, and as always if you make one of these projects please share it on the Disney Donna Kay Facebook page.

Have a Magical Day!!
Donna Kay


  1. These are so cute and look pretty easy to make too! Love that you used what you had to make them.

    1. Thanks Mary!! You know I am all about using up my craft stash right now, just to make room for more but don't tell my hubby!!


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