Every little girls dream and big girls too is to have a fairy godmother make all her dreams come true. At Walt Disney World they gave my daughter just that chance at the Bibbidy bobbidy Boutique. She was assigned her own fairy godmother in training to do her hair and make up, transforming her into a real fairy tale princess. Well in her case she opted to be a pirate princess with a skull crown.
These are pictures from our 2007 trip that I've been waiting to do and the Cricut Circle Challenge was just the push I needed. The challenge was to include a fairy tale figure and who better than the Fairy Godmother herself from Cinderella.
A little about the details of the pages and the cartridges I used.
Fairy Godmother and the crown are from Happily Ever After. The clock, shoe, and castle border are from Wall Decor and More.
The title is cut from Wild Card. I love this font!! I will definitely be using it a lot. I happened upon it when I was beta testing the new Cricut CraftRoom. I have the cart and didn't even know about this font. Silly me.
Speaking of the Cricut CraftRoom I am so excited for it's release. I've been playing some with it and it's fabulous!! I can't wait for all the glitches to be worked out and available to cut with. It's the bomb!!
Hope you enjoyed my layout of my princess.
Have a blessed day