Monday, January 15, 2018

Dies R Us Challenge - Kids Kards

Hello Everyone!
It's mid month and that means time for another challenge 
over at the Dies R Us Challenge Blog
With the start of a new year, I thought it might be nice if I joined the DT and played along from time to time.  So here I am today sharing a card for the new 'Kids Kards' challenge.  I hope you'll come join in the fun and remember to use dies carried by companies represented at the Dies R Us Store.


The dies I have used on today's card are as follows:
 I can't seem to keep enough little girl birthday cards in my stash so that's the direction I went in today.  What little girl doesn't dream of being a princess and of course Cinderella in particular.  Dies R Us has a wonderful collection of Disney dies for both girls and boys ... be sure to check it out.  This die even comes with a stamp to create her beautiful face.  As you can see, a bit of fussy cutting was done to give her this beautiful gown and hair piece.  The main body die was cut from ivory card stock for a more realistic feel ... but she sure looks really white in these photos. LOL


For Cinderella's dress, I used (even though it looks red) a bright berry pink colored glitter paper from the Paper Studio Glitter 6x6 paper pack.   And the top edger was die cut from mauve foil paper.

The background paper I chose to use with my Cinderella & Sparkle theme is from the First Edition Paper 'Love Letters' 6x6 paper pad.  I've had this paper pad for a long time and it worked perfectly today because some of the papers are doubled sided and some papers have touches of sparkle on them ... perfect!

Challenges to share in:
Dragonfly Journeys Challenge #109 - Hooray for Birthdays!
Brown Sugar Challenge #274 - Birthdays
QKR Stampede Challenge #278 - ATG
A Gem of a Challenge #210 - Happy Anything
Di's Digi Challenge - Birthday

For more 'kids kards' inspiration, be sure to pop over to our challenge blog to see the fabulous designs the team has created!  Such a talented group!

Here's another view of my finished card.


Thanks for stopping by ...
As always ...


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