Princess Party {Part 2}

Ben Franklins is my happy place and here I found the paper, chipboard and tulle for the birthday pennant. Once you buy your paper at Ben Franklins, you can use ALL their dies for FREE!

I used 4 dies to create this pennant. First  I used their sans serif letters dies sized to 2 inches. Then I used their scalloped circle die, crown die, and last their pennant die. Both pennant and letters are layered with white chip board paper and then their correspondent sparkly and light pink paper on top.

An image is better than words, so here is the progress I’ve made so far.

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Happy birthday pennant, tiara crowns (in progress) and to the top left, part of the cupcake toppers.

Boy, I sacrificed a lot of sleep last night, but I was inspired to create a card for the party favor. The idea is not completely executed and I was thinking of putting together a princess quote on a frame and use it as table decor. I started looking online for princesses quotes but everything I found was a little cheesy so I came up with my own. Take a look and hopefully it reads well! I envision this printed on heavy card stock and then propped inside a clear cellophane bag, add some candy and then tie the bag with bakers twine.

I used "Pacifico", "Bergamot" and "Villa Didot" fonts. The artwork is from a series of clipart I purchased and then I modified it slightly to make it work with the tiffany blue/light palette I'm using. So this quote should read: "Princes of the House".

I used “Pacifico”, “Bergamot” and “Villa Didot” fonts. The artwork is from a series of clipart I purchased and then I modified it slightly to make it work with the tiffany blue/light pink palette I’m using. So this quote should read:
“Princess of the House”.

kraft&mint © 2013

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