I so wish that I could have gotten a better picture of this layout because the above picture does not capture just how glittery this page turned out. (And...really, if you can't use glitter on a Cinderella project - where can you use it?) I have always loved Cinderella - ever since she and I had a "moment" during a parade at Disneyland circa 1984. She came over and talked to me - and I was enamored. It obviously made an impression because as I approach *cough* 30 *cough* - I still remember it with crystal clarity. In a rather predictable turn of events, my daughter is also a huge fan. She sings Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo, but only with the proper accessories: her crown, her "bibbidi bobbidi boo" (which means her wand) and her "rella" dress (any tutu).
The little chipboard flowers are from a Disney Princess chipboard set - you can find it HERE and I've also seen it at Michael's. It's super cute - all of the princesses are included (mine were apprehended by a certain 2 year old) as are all of the little flowers and hearts that you see on the page. It would be a great alternative for someone who either doesn't own any of the Disney Princess cartridges or doesn't have the patience to cut out all of the layers.
- 12 x 12 base
- 10 x 10 mat
- Photo Mats cut at 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 & 4 1/4 x 6 1/4
- "bibbidi bobbidi boo" is welded to an 8" circle using the shadow feature from Cherry Limeade
- Carriage is cut at 4.25" from Disney's Happily Ever After
- Chipboard flowers from Disney Princess (found at Michael's and Joann's)
- Glitter Paper - DCWV Glitter Stack (letters, carriage and photo mats)
- Sakura Gelly Roll Pen - White
Here's how I welded the letters to the circle. I also separated the letters and the coach's layers on separate pages because I used the "multi-cut" function to make sure that the glitter paper cut cleanly.
Have a wonderful day!