Thursday, December 16, 2010

Project Thirty-Three

OK so I am sorry I meant to post this a few days ago. I am so trying to get used to work, hubby and 2 beautiful girls. Plus finding time to craft. I am so lucky that this past weekend was the girls first over night visit. Well to my happiness the girls wanted to craft!! We made cards for their foster mom. They got to pick out the image and colors for their cards. Then they decorated them and write nice things to her. I couldn't have been prouder! We used Create a Critter with them, because the cuts are so easy for little ones.

OK so on to today's project. The last project I showed was for my oldest child's life book. And the pictures I used were the first photo hubby and I were given ans the second picture on the page was from the day we first meet. So I keep the same style for my little ones. My older daughter's room is all Tinkerbell while my little one is all Disney Princess.

So I made a 12x12 Layout for her two photos using Disney Happily Ever After Cartridge. So here are the pictures with recipe below! I made these using my Gypsy. Man I am so in love with that little machine!!

This is the main page
Close up on the Tiara
Close Up on the Phrase
Better view of the castle

Background paper is Sandy Lion Cinderella Purple
Frames are a basic pink cut at 4.75 squares
I layered Prima Flowers and added a pink brad to the middle

Cartridge: Happily Ever After
page 42
Cut at 7.34 inches
I used the Shadow feature in pale pink
The main image is black
Flesh Layer is green
Flesh Layer with Shift Yellow
Outfit Layer is purple
Outfit layer with shift is blue

Cartridge: Happily Ever After
page 45
Shadow with shift is Dark Pink
Icon is yellow
Icon with Shift is pale pink
I then added some yellow stickles to the yellow line

Cartridge: Gypsy Font
cut at 1.67 inches
I then scooted the letters closer to each other then welded them
so to cut one phrase
I then took the word and ran it through my xyron sticker machine then covered in pink glitter from Micheal's dollar bin

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