Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Card Share: Sugar & Spice (Echo Park Princess Mini Theme)


If little girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice, then they deserve to receive a card full of bling and sparkle, right?

This card was made with Echo Park's Princess Mini Theme. To make it sparkle and shine, I used glitter cardstock (Yes, you read that correctly. I used something with glitter on it. LOL!), rhinestones, pearls and sequins. Of course I also HAD to add in a doily for good measure.

I'll leave you with this little known fact...Sparkalaphobia is the fear of glitter. I have a case of it...a really bad case. LOL! Am I the only one?


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10 comments:

  1. That is soooo stinkin' cute and pretty. You are rockin' the cards!

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  2. Precious card, Lisa, love the pearls on the doily! I do tend to stay away from glitter, just seems like it gets all over everything! :)

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  3. You are NOT the only one ... you RARELY see glitter in my home ... cannot stand the stuff!! LOL!! I just had to recently buy some to make some upcoming Christmas gifts ... yeahhhhhhhhhh ... that was HARD to do!! LOL!! I loveeeeeeeeeee this! LOVING the colors and that dress!!!!!!

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  4. Love that bright bright pink doily! Glitter is of the devil. So thankful for glitter paper and tape!

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  5. When I saw this I knew you had moved outside the comfort zone a bit. It is beautiful and I know your daughter will love it.

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  6. Every little princess would love this card!

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  7. So sweet Lisa! Perfect use of this collection!

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  8. Adorable! Fun colors and love that dress!!

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  9. Oh, my!! I am so impressed with you that you overcame your fear and used glitter!! I think glitter looks great but I am a little bit afraid to use it!! I guess I have a small case of Sparkalaphobia too!! I think your card is extremely well done and my favorite is the rhinestones on the doily - what a fun touch!! I love seeing your creations cuz I get so many new ideas about ways to use embellishments!!

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