As I mentioned earlier in the week, I am trying to resist buying any new Cricut cartridges until my birthday in August. (Keep in my mind my husband and my mom both laughed out loud when I told them my plan. Little do they realize that they have just strengthened my resolve. I also promised to not buy any new paper packs - somehow I think that might be more difficult.) In the spirit of using some of my more neglected cartridges, I designed some shape cards using the Disney Princess: Happily Ever After cartridge. I know that some of the Disney cartridges are a bit detailed, but there are some great images hidden in the booklet - you just have to do a bit of searching.
I also did my first "paper-crafting" video - it was a bit trickier than I thought. I actually think I had an easier time demo-ing the hair accessories. Hope you enjoy!
- The dresses and their shadows were all cut at 4 1/4 from Disney Princess: Happily Ever After (They won't fit in a standard A2 envelope, but they will fit in a 4x6 envelope)
- Cuttlebug's A2 D'vine Swirls Embossing Folder
- Tsukineko Pigment Inks - Platinum Planet and Pearlescent Orchid
- Martha Stewart Glitter Glue - Garnet
That is just a 99 cent gift bag from Target - but I think the dress really livens it up and my 2 year old identified each of the Disney princess' dresses, so I think they are pretty recognizable.