Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Cinderella 8x8 Scrap Page and Gift Bag

The challenge was to make a contributing  8 x 8 scrapbook page for a group mini album. The theme: Cinderella.  Prince and Cinderella was a FREE SVG cut file from SVGcutting Couples blog hop last year. Perfect timing to use it for this contributing page. A gift bag was made which holds a special surprise inside.
The Lyrics to the Cinderella song can be found on the Internet, mat with a contrast silver and turquoise blue card stock, then pop with foam squares. Two different Martha Stewart Butterfly punches used to punch in white card stock with vellum card stock on top.  Add Stardust Stickles to the Butterfly centers. Pop the butterflies with foam squares, then randomly position them on each side of the page.
Here's a closer look at the Prince and Cinderella image:  Shiny gold scraps used for the Princes embellishments.  Shimmery white card stock used for his glove and Cinderella's glove.  I secured some shimmery turquoise blue card stock for Cinderella's head band and dress, too. Add some pink chalk for their cheeks.
The butterflies:
Here's a closer look at the double layer vellum butterflies.
The wallpaper-like background is a shimmery paper from my stash.  It looks  pretty good as a wall from the castle. 
Now to the gift bag: finished size is 9" x 7" with 5/8" wide White Organdy ribbon handles. The carriage is a SVG cut file from the on line Silhouette store.  The only change made to the cut file is the wheel size: they are larger than the original. The carriage is cut using a shimmery white card stock, trimmed with gold and curtain in pink.  Wheels are black card stock. Use a Gold Viva Pearl Pen to "dot" the trim. Carriage is on the front side and back side of the bag.  Double layer vellum butterflies are also placed here.
The gift tag: Of course, there has to be a gift tag.  This one was made using the one of the Silhouette SVG on line files which has been altered. Tag shape reconfigured to be a a oval shape and a loop "welded" for the gold cord to thread through. A gold trim was added around the tag.  The castle is cut using shimmery white card stock. A double layer vellum butterfly is attached.
Inside the bag: if you hadn't guessed by now, it is a Rhinestone crown!
Thank you for coming by to visit today and hope you also enjoyed this project.

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