Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Disney Layout - Fairy Godmother

Posted by stackyscraps at 9:52 AM



In some ways I have been waiting years to make this layout. My mom and I made this layout together as we do with most of them and I literally made her not scrapbook this pictures until we got the cartridge. She wasn't happy with me at the time but I am so glad we waited, it was totally worth it! These are the first Disney characters we cut from the Cricut and pieced together, I worked mostly on the fairy godmother and the coach. and her on Gus and Jaq. I am so proud of her because she thought she would be able to do them and I think they look fabulous. I was also to get the vellum to print in the outline of the coach from the Cricut which was cool for me as well. The letters are popped but I can never seem to capture that in the pictures. Anyways, I am very happy with the way it turned out and had a great time using all of that glittery cardstock!! I am loving the DCWV pack with all of the glitter sheets, we want to add glitter to everything now. Cartridges used George and Basic Shapes and Happily Ever After. Thanks so much for looking, would love to hear what you think! The pictures are much clearer if you click on them, that blows them up, I don't know how to make the pictures look as great as everyone else's, I think it is because I only have an old camera ;)

3 comments on "Disney Layout - Fairy Godmother"

Chrissy C on May 6, 2009 at 3:23 PM said...

So precious! I love how you used the stars for the wording!

Sugar Sweet Paper Treats on May 6, 2009 at 9:30 PM said...

LOVE IT! It's just so cute! Keep going and you'll be caught up before you know it!

scrappyandpiggy on June 17, 2009 at 10:04 AM said...

man I was trying forever to come up with a saying for my watermelon card- thanks a melon that's perfect! great poject!

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