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October 1, 2019

DT: Belle card



 Dear Scrappers,

This is Veronica, from Vicky's Scrapping Passion sharing my post for Craftwell:
I made a Disney card to go with my latest mini-album



 and this is the inside:


I bought this Disney Princess dies, sentiment stamps, and coordinated background cardstock bundle a while ago from Create and Craft. They are perfect to make any quick and easy card for a little (big) girl.

In short, I used the printed card stock with Belle and the books, which coordinates perfectly with the die, and cut it out using my SNAP for the mini-album project. I used one of those left-over cuts for making this card, by cutting the printed cardstock to fit in my card. I stamped the sentiment using HeroStamps ink and I also stamped the background for the inside of the card, stamping another sentiment in top. For extra spunk, I added rhinestones from Queen & Co and popped up the Belle die cut and the stamped sentiment. Super easy...



Here is a picture of the completed mini-album: 



For more pictures and a tutorial, please make sure to my post and my blog for further ideas:

1 comment :

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