So my youngest daughter's 5th birthday was last weekend and she had a Disney Frozen party. A while ago I had been researching my Cricut cartridges for something I could use to make a Frozen birthday card. I found the perfect image on Paper Doll Teen Scene Cricut cartridge that would work for an Elsa image. I hadn't used this cartridge yet and I was a little intimidated by it. Let's just say there a many cuts you have to do for these paper dolls, so very time consuming. I also found on Life's a Party Cricut cartridge a castle that would work great for Elsa's frozen castle. I cut the castle card feature at 11 inches out of white cardstock...I wanted it to be as big as possible. I then cut the castle layer out of blue cardstock. Then I decided that Elsa needed to be pretty big too so I cut her at 5 inches. I also made some alterations to her dress to look more similar to Elsa's dress in the movie. Once I had all of that put together and attached to the card, I added the iridescent snowflake sequins and the other iridescent sequins. Lastly, I printed Olaf out from my computer and hand cut him out and attached him the inside of the card. I then added the Happy Birthday stamp.
I used these items to create my card:
- Life's a Party Cricut cartridge - castle card
- Paper Dolls Teen Scene - Elsa
- Iridescent snowflake sequins
- Iridescent sequins
- Diamond and Glitz Bazzill cardstock
- Shimmery blue and white Recollections cardstock
- Computer generated Olaf image
- Happy Birthday stamp
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Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed my Disney's Frozen Elsa inspired birthday card.