HERE. I fell in love with this and had to go crazy with the idea. This first one of Sleeping Beauty is the most similar to the post I saw on the mb. On this one, I used glitter cardstock for the name in the Storybook font, Happily Ever After for most images, and Home Decor for the flourish under the name, and Serenade for the tree. I also stamped the corners with CTMH acrylix stamps to add needed color.
Next, is my project from Life's A Beach! Love that one. All cuts on this piece of art are from LAB. I stamped the bubbles and seaweed. I also accented with gel pens and rhinestones in the treasure chest.
My daughter said, "He has a big booty!" I had to agree. LOL
The little seahorse is tucked in among the coral.
I embossed the name and used the cricut markers to subtly ink brown around each letter. (You can see it enlarged by clicking on the pic if you like.)
Next are my two princess nieces. (They even have princess names!)
I love the colors. Red is so crisp! The birds and the dwarve's little chair are too sweet!
Bashful was the girliest dwarf with the pretty flowers.
Again, I stamped in the corners for lots of color.
Lots of stickles on Snow White's dress and the diamonds!
What did I tell you? Do you get more princess-y than Juliet and Fiona as far as names go?
Again, lots of stickles on the dress and glass slipper.
This is a great cut for Thanksgiving, too!
White, coarse glitter on the underskirt.
All images are from Basketball Solutions, except the bball corners which are from Sports Mania. The font is from Opposites Attract.
I embossed the letters and stamped silver bballs in the background. I tried to use Orlando Magic colors for the most part as we are fans.
Well, thanks for staying with me for this very long post. Hope something you've seen has inpired you. Have a blessed day!