Print out the design, setting your paper size to A4 borderless or, if you don't have an edge to edge printer, set the size to 'fit to page'. Back Phoenix and her shoe stand with card so that she stands up straight. Snip the dotted lines at the bottom of the legs and the top of the shoes so that they slot together. Bend the shoe stand along the dotted line in the middle of the stand and slot the shoes into the bottom of the legs. Cut out the clothes and dress Phoenix, using the tabs to hold the clothes in place. Why not design some clothes yourself? Post your pictures on Instagram with the #phoenixshellmadine. Have fun!
This is Phoenix Shellmadine. She loves vintage clothes that she buys from The Saturday Dress which is owned by Kate O'Donnell. In fact Phoenix is named after Kate's favourite primary school teacher, Miss Shellmadine. Kate remember's how sad she was when Miss Shellmadine got married and changed her name to Mrs Black. All of Phoenix's clothes are real. My favourite is the yellow Mod dress, designed by Gerald McCann.
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Are you and your friends or family arguing about what to play on Spotify during isolation? Here is the answer! Print out this Pop Picker, setting your paper size to A4 borderless or, if you don't have an edge to edge printer, set the size to 'fit to page', follow the folding instructions and all your problems are over. Musical harmony reigns.
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Here is a link to the playlist on Spotify that matches the numbers on the picker.