My oldest son was recently invited to a birthday party for one of his classmates. The little girl was turning 6. We received a Disney Frozen themed invitation. So, what better way to work on your card making skills than to make cards for your children’s classmates/friends. I mean advertising, networking and marketing has to start somewhere, right?! 🙂
Frozen has some great characters to work with–Elsa, Ana, Olaf, Kristoff and Sven. Not sure which character is this little girl’s favorite. So, I will be choosing Olaf. I mean who doesn’t love Olaf?! He’s so funny and cute. “In Summmeerrrr!” in my Olaf singing voice.
Since the classmate is a little girl; I will be sure to sparkle it up! What girl doesn’t love a little sparkle? I know I do.
I start off by finding a cute picture of Olaf. I am going with the iconic leaping Olaf. I decided to have him wearing a birthday hat and have balloons and snowflakes around him. On the outside, I will write my sentiment and have “Happy Birthday” on the inside.
Here is my supply list. Shout out to:
- Bazzill Basic cardstock- heavyweight, textured paper for card base (PetalSoft) and lighter, smooth cardstock for Olaf (I love their cardstock. They have so many colors and textures to choose from.)
- Marvy Brush Marker primary set
- Crayola colored pencils (I love Crayola stuff.)
- Close To My Heart
- My Legacy Writer Set-Black, 0.1mm and 0.5mm
- Exclusive Inks-Pink Carnation and Orchid Bouquet
- Mod Podge gloss (This is some amazing stuff. Love it.)
- Acrylic paints: Apple Barrel (Red Apple, Pumpkin Orange) , Americana (Snow Titanium White), CraftSmart (Bright Yellow, Blue)
- 3M double sided mounting tape (The tape that makes things “pop.”)
- Glitter (white/iridescent)
- Disney’s Frozen…Thanks Disney for making this amazingly cute snowman, Olaf.
Drum roll please……The Final Product!!
Amazingly Cute! I hope she loves it….I do.
Until the next project…keep crafting!