Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Project Eighteen

Welcome to another project with Disney in mind. This is actually a Birthday card for my sister. I made the doll look like her then used a Disney cartridge to make her Cinderella! Yes major cutting and pasting, but it turned out cute. This is also for another Peachy Keen Challenge #34. We were to use the sketch below for the challenge.

This is what I came up with!

Recipe ( yes this was a long one)
Paper is all Brazzill
Pattern Paper is K1 Memories
Card is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches
Pattern Paper cut to 5 x 8 inches

Strips of paper going across
Pink color is 2 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches then I ran it through the cuttlebug using Swiss Dots folder
White Strip is 2  x 8 1/2 inches then ran through cuttlebug using Polka Dots folder

Strips going up and down
Pink is 3 x 5 1/2 I then used Fiskars Apron Lace border punch on both sides of pink
Pattern paper is the same K1 Memories as background 2 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches

Scalloped circles
Cartridge used: Martha Stewart's All Occasion cakes page 37
pink one cut at 3 inches
White one cut at 2 3/4 inches then ran through with cuttlebug Happy Birthday Folder

Cinderella Doll
OK this is where I had to do major cut and paste to get this to work

Doll it self
Cartridge: Everyday paper doll page 28 cut at 2 1/2 inches using the blackout feature
Face is Peachy Keen assorted faces stamps
ink was Stampin Up Chocolate Chip
Hair was page 31 paper was yellow with a stencil brush using Stampin Up Chocolate Chip for highlights.

Cinderella Dress
 Cartridge: Happily Ever After page 29 icon button both regular and with shift key
OK so the top of the dress was cut at 3 inches
While the bottom of the dress was cut at 2 1/2 inches.
Once dress was put together you still have to "trim" the doll to have the Disney hourglass figure.
I added stickles clear  to the dress and pearls.
I used rhinestones for a tiara.

Thanks for looking


  1. Beautiful card! I know a lot of little girls who would adore this card :)

  2. Adorable card and soooo cute! I have to start buying more Disney cartridges so I can try to make things like you. I would love to make a Belle paperdoll for my DD. Once again you inspire me. Thank you!

  3. This is SUPER cute! I love cute Disney creations.

  4. Cute card..lot of work went into cutting and putting together the princess. You need to put her in the challenge by Pollycraft called "Fit for a princess. Check it out

  5. Becky, you are TOOO CUTE w/all of your ADORABLE Disney Projects! everytime I come to your blog, it just makes me want to go back to Disneyland! GREAT job w/the challenge my friend! Thank you for joining us @ Peachy Keen!
    Peachy Hugs,

  6. Aww Becky, your Cinderella looks as pretty as a picture on your lovely card. You did the challenge proud! Thank you for joining in with us at Peachy Keen. Good luck! Viv xx

  7. Becky, your Cinderella is absolutely adorable! So happy you could play along with the Peachy Keen Challenge! I love only miles from Walt Disney's childhood home in Marceline, MO. Your Disney creations would definitely be a hit there! Thanks for sharing!!!


  8. Oh she is a beautiful little prinecess love the soft colors and the touch of sparkle

  9. OHHH she is just adorable. I love how you layered her too cute.

  10. Just blogging around tonight and say Mickey and I just had to view your page. I am a big disney fan and have lots of disney t-shirts. I really don't think I have the talent for cards or scrapbooking, but I do love viewing the talent of all of you talented ladies. Thank yo uso much for letting me visit.

  11. Your card is so cute! I bet your sister will love it! Good luck to you with the PK challenge!

  12. She's adorable!! Thanks for sharing!