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Happy Birthday Princess

Happy Birthday Princess
By Laura Nicholas

cardmaking, card ideas
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Designer Tips: Layer the Dazzles over the punch-outs for a beautiful effect on Cinderellas dress.

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Place fold of the card on the left. Cover the card with blue cardstock. Cut the brown cardstock to 5"x6".
  2. Glue the "Happy Birthday Princess" punch-out to the bottom of the brown cardstock. Trim the pink paper punch-out to 3 "x4 " and blue punch-out paper to 1 "x4 ". Glue to the brown cardstock above the greeting.
  3. Wrap purple ribbon over the edges of the pink paper and tuck ends behind the paper. Zot a bow to the top ribbon. Glue the brown mat to the card front.
  4. Add the dress Dazzles stickers to the Cinderella punch-out and foam tape to the pink paper. Cut a 1" strip of brown cardstock, tuck under the punch-out and trim flush to the edge of the card. Back heart stickers with punch-outs and foam tape to the brown cardstock with a small quote punch-out. Add small heart Dazzles around the strip.
  5. Place the "Dreams & Wishes" Dazzles above the brown strip. Add ping Dazzles to the blue strip and to the "Happy Birthday Princess" strip.
  6. Inside the card: Cut brown cardstock to 3"x5". Color block with the greeting punch-out and strips of pink and blue papers on the brown cardstock. Mat with a 3 "x5" blue cardstock.
  7. Foam tape backed Dazzles with punch-outs and the "Celebrate" punch-out. Place small ping and heart Dazzles, as shown, and glue inside the card.

Project comments

Written by Elizabeth Sprague
 3 years 6 months ago:
I think that the princess is the most georgous theme in the world. I can't find anything like that anywhere for my 1 yr. old daughter. Actually, I can't find any beatiful princess themes anywhere I go for my daughter.I love it, and keep up the beautiful work.

 

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