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All That Scraps June Preview -- Sweet November Stamps

Hello!  Welcome to another day of All That Scraps June previews.  Today we are introducing some cute Sweet November Stamps princesses.  These four princesses are adorable and I wanted to create a fancy schmancy card.  I remembered the tutorial on SCS called the bendi fold card so thought I'd give that a try.  There a lot of photos here so hope you make it til the end.

This is the front of the card.  The two front flaps curve and tuck into the card behind it.  The princesses reminded me of the Disney princesses so I colored them up like them.  All the sentiments are from AmyR's Simply Enchanting Sentiments.

Close up photo.  Right behind her you can see the head of the other princess.  I colored in some hair to the back so it wouldn't look weird. 

When you open the right flap you can see the next 2 princesses.  The birds are from CC Designs Birdie Day and the tree is a die cut.  I used the die to cut out all the leaves!

I tried to add a bird to every page and grass too using the grass border die.

I actually looked up the eye colors of all the princesses too. 

Here's a closer look at all the leaves and birds on the tree.  You can also see the little cut I made to slide in the tab of the front flap.

I really like this princess.  She might be my favorite one.

Here is how it looks when you open the left flap.

I had all these papers for a while too.  So happy that I still had the paper with the castle and carriage too. 

The last princess.  I added some leaves to this side of the tree too.

Last photo!  This was fun to make and I loved how it came out.  But afterwards I thought, gee, I didn't really have to make the front flaps bend.  It would be cute just as a flat card too.  Maybe that will be next time.

Thanks so much for stopping by!


Beautiful, it's like a whole storybook. You really put a lot of work into this gorgeous card.
Alyce said…
ahhh what an adorable design! i love how you peel back the layers to reveal the princesses...gorgeous work :)
Rachel Parys said…
Totally gorgeous!!! What a cute scene you made! I will have to check this out on SCS!
Denice said…
I saw the tutorial at SCS and thought "what would I ever do with that?" Well, your card is the answer to my question! What a fabulous job you did on this card many princesses!!! If I were a couple years younger, I'd stomp my feet for this card!!!!
Cheryl said…
What a pretty card! Love the scenes! Those cute birds match with everything! Yes, very Disney-ish...hmmm, I never paid attention to the eyes before...
Thumbs up Eva, another great showcasing on the new release... love the scene and the design of your card...
Mimi said…
WOW! This is so adorable Eva! They certainly do look like Disney princesses, and the card itself is amazing! Love all the details! ;D
Leanne said…
Oh Eva!!! This is the cutest thing ever!! Your coloring is right on and wow, I could totally see this in a shop at Disneyland!! What a great idea and now I'll have to check out that tutorial on SCS.
Gorgeous as always!!
NancyD said…
Really cute bendi card! NancyD

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