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With a theme of birthday and Disney, I just had to break out my Tinkerbell and friends. I only have two Disney Cricut cartridges, Tinkerbell and Cars and I really have to admit I am a HUGE Tinkerbell fan, but so is my little neighbor who is turning seven next month! :)
Here is the card she will receive for her birthday:
Because all the Disney carts have such small detail pieces, I decided to cut just Tinkerbell's head. I sized her shadow to 5 1/2" and welded the shapes together to form the card base. I always cut one additional shadow to put on the front of the card to hide the folded side of the card base.
I added glitter around the lines of her hair... Studio G glitter glue does the job perfectly. I put together this little charm on a little wire. The rhinestone flower is rescued from a broken bracelet. I just taped the pin to the back of the Tinkerbell hair layer so the birthday girl can pull it out to save or reuse.
Here you can see the glitter I added to her eyes and lips. So cute! :) I also used my white gel pen to add the little twinkle in her eyes.
I stamped a sentiment from a Scrappy Mom's Everyday Greetings set. I love how simple this birthday card is, yet I know it will be treasured by my little neighbor.
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