Friday, February 11, 2011

Fit for a Princess!

My twins are going to their first ever, officially-real birthday party tomorrow.  As they call it - a bowling "pin" party, lol.  The birthday girl, or princess, in this case, is our good friend's daughter's big day.  She's turning 7 and I knew right away that I wanted to use the Disney's version of Rapunzel that has been plastered everywhere since their movie, Tangled, came out.   She is a bit of a princess herself  ;)  But then again, aren't all little girls??  I scoured the net for something from the movie, and found this coloring page.   I had so much fun coloring her and hopefully the little princess likes it !

For the flower, I embossed a piece of white cardstock, distressed it slightly and then colored it with watercolor pencils.  I then cut it out and pop-dotted it with EK Success foam squares.  For added pizazz, I used my Lavender, Cotton Candy and Lime Green stickles on the outline of the flower.  I also used Diamond stickles on the ruffles of her gown.  Her tiara is glammed up with Lavender and Diamond stickles.  I made the sentiment using Print Artist.

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Charisma Cardz Challenges - Challenge Week 6 - Mythical/Fantasy


  1. This is too sweet, Sara! I'm sure she's going to love it!

  2. Super super cute card! I love your new blog layout!!

  3. Sarah it's such a sweet card & I'm sure she's going to be over the moon with it! :)

  4. Hi Sara, what a stunning card and just perfect for our mythical/fantasy challenge over at charisma cardz this week. Hugs, Denise x

  5. So sweet and cute Sara! I so want to see that movie
    She looks lovely in purple and I love how you made the flower and of course the use of the Stickles.

  6. A really gorgeous creation. Thanks for playing with Charisma this week. Good Luck.
    xx Vee

  7. Super sweet card.
    Thanks for joining us at CCCC this week.
    Best wishes, Sharon

  8. Oh my gosh Sara...this card is fabulous!! I love the colors that you went with for her and that flower that you embossed and then made...fantastic inventive! And of course I love the glitter of those wonderful stickles.

  9. Great coloring by the way...just took a close up look at that dress and love the different shades of purple that you used for the top and bottom of her dress...and on the sleeves in the creases of the puff!