Scrapbooking for a Queen/King

Every little girls dreams of being a princess—heck, who am I kidding–I am still dreaming!  What would your crown look like?  I envision mine with sparkles and the color pink!  What would yours look like?

Crowns–they are so formal and official!  I remember the days my kids would come home from school on their birthdays wearing a special crown!  It made them feel so important!  So, let’s make them feel special when we add those memories to their scrapbooks by using the Crown Border Maker Cartridge.

 

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Princess Crown Border:

To create this border you will need:

Step 1:  Cut White Cardstock to measure 12″ x 2-1/2″.

Step 2:  Cut pink paper to measure 12″ x 2″.

Step 3:  Cut mint green paper to measure 1-1/4″.

Step 4:  Cut bow border from border paper.

Step 5:  Layer the strips of paper.

Step 6:  Cut a mint green oval using the outside of the small CCS oval with the blue blade.

Step 7: Cut a yellow oval using the outside of the small CCS oval with the red blade.

Step 8: Layer ovals, and adhere to the border.

Step 9:  Add a title using the Pastel Pink ABC/123 Stickers.

Step 10:  Punch a crown border along the edge of the pink paper.  Cut to create crown. Adhere the pearls to the tips of the crown.

Step 11:  Use black pen to doodle along the edges of the oval.

 

Happy Birthday Crown Border:

To create this border. you will need:

Step 1: Cut Cranberry Cardstock to measure 12″ x 2-1/2″.

Step 2: Punch crown border from the edge of Royal Blue Cardstock. Cut to measure 12″ x 2″.

Step 3:  Cut ornage chevron paper to measure 12″ x 1″.

Step 4: Cut striped paper to measure 12″ x 1/2″.

Step 5:  Layer the strips.

Step 6:  Add a title to the border using Navy ABC/123 Stickers.

Step 7:  Add star embellishment.

 

Class of 2016 Crown Border:

To create this border, you will need:

Step 1: Cut a piece of White Cardstock to measure 2″ x 12″.

Step 2: Punch a crown border along the edge of the black patterned paper.  Cut to measure 1″ wide.

Step 3: Punch a crown border along the edge of the polka dot paper.  Cut to measure 1″ wide.

Step 4: Cut a piece of Cranberry Cardstock to measure 1-1/2″ x 11-3/4″.

Step 5:  Adhere one of the border strips along one edge of the Cranberry Cardstock.

Step 6:  Adhere the other strip of the corwn border along the other edge, but making sure the crown points are in between the previous.

Step 6: Trim away any excess paper using a scissors.

Step 7:  Adhere to the top and center of the White Cardstock piece.

Step 8:  Adhere the embellishments to the border using foam squares.

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Torn Paper Crown Layout:

To create this layout, you will need:

Step 1:  Punch a crown border along the edge of White Cardstock.  Trim this piece to measure 8″ x 10″.  Crumple in your hands.

Step 2:  Adhere piece of “paper” to the layout.

Step 3:  Cut photo mat from the green paper to measure 5″ x 7″.

Step 4:  Cut photo mat from the red paper to measure 4-1/2″ x 6-1/2″.

Step 5:  Layer the photo mats, and adhere a 4″ x 6″ photo.

Step 6:  Use the black pen to draw lines and journal on the “paper”.

Step 7:  Adhere the embellishments to the layout.

Step 8:  Apply title to the embellishments using Navy ABC/123 Stickers.

 

So, have you thought about what your crown will look like?

Happy Scrapping!

Melissa

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