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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Midsummer Magic Movie Poster!



Click on the photo to open, drag the photo on to your desktop, and then print! 

20 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for giving us the poster to print! I will hang it up in my dollhouse. I can't wait for the movie to come out! You are so inspiring! Thank you!

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  2. I printed it out for my doll! This was the best AG film I've ever seen! You are my favorite Youtube for AG videos and I love them all! Great work Anna! And good luck in school!

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  3. I Mack-tacked it and put it in my doll's room! It looks like a real poster for a movie!!
    It was a really amazing stop-motion Anna!
    -Abby
    P.S My doll's name is Anna :)

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  4. I think this is such a cute idea! I actually was out of colored ink, so I had to print it in black and white. It looks so cool and in a way spooky. I love it!!!:)

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  5. Thanks! Printing Now!!!! :D
    ~americangirllover116

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  6. Yay I can print it! Thanks for letting us have a free poster for our Ag dolls!

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  7. Yay I can print it! Thanks for letting us have a free poster for our Ag dolls!
    Thank you,
    ~ Ag Super Star ~
    (I had to write this comment again sorry it was sighned in to a dif account) :D

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  8. Sweet! I just watched it this morning and it was AWESOME! Eva (the queen) looked so pretty! The video was so long,too. All my stop motions are less than one minute! You can see one on my blog www.marisasamericangirls.blogspot.com Please visit my blog! You are my inspiration! You inspired me to do stopmotion. <3

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  9. I just printed it out. It will be hanging on my doll's wall in no time!

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  10. I printed it in color and black and white! Now both my dolls can have one!

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  11. I JUST printed it.I accidentally printed 2, hehe... but it helps a lot! It's be AWESOME for my movies! BTW, I just got a printer JUST for this.

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  12. I love your stopmotions never give up and the reason i started making stopmotions is because you inspired me, thank you Annax :) and my longest one is the stopmotion i made called beautiful if you want to watch it feel free but this is not the account its called i heart stopmotioners

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  13. Thanks for letting me print! Midsummer magic is awesome, and I'm glad to use this in future igacp videos! (I'll give you credit too) :)

    From- I've Got a Camera Productions
    ( http://igacp.blogspot.com/ ) :)

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  14. Woah! I just changed the language to greek, and it shows up on the poster!!! :O :D

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  15. I'm totally gonna hang this in my dollhouse when I get one! Thanks so much of this!

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The story behind it all....

In September of 2009, a pre-teen girl named Anna was searching youtube. She no longer used her american girl dolls. they were behind the closet doors, gathering dust. She reluctantly glanced over, then began to type in the search bar: American Girl Dolls. A video came up. She clicked on it. 14 coustumed dolls slid onto the screen and began to dance together, waving their arms and doing cartwheels. Anna was shocked. How could this be possible? This was.... Amazing. She quickly searched a few more. There were hudreds of videos, by usernames like stephenswodadancer, AGlovejess and girloftheyearstudios. Anna couldn't believe it. This new discovery was incredible! She ran to her room and pulled out her two dolls, felicity and samantha. She grabbed her camera. And, she began to film.


It is now four years later. I work on videos almost everyday, usually stopmotions. I have gathered quite a few veiws and subscribers on youtube, and I really appriciate when people comment on my videos. I have come unbelievibly far, but I still leave up those first videos from two years ago, because for me, those are the memories that I will always treasure. I am so happy that I can share them with you.