I have fallen so hard and fast for this collection! Of course, who doesn't love a paper line dedicated to the happiest place on earth, right? But what I love even more is how well this Disney-inspired collection works for any occasion, way beyond just a visit to the theme park. Today I'm going to show you several ways to use this sweet themed line to create a pair of general purpose, all-occasion cards. On my first card, I've swapped out Mickey for another current hot trend in the paper crafting world these days, coffee and tea.
Here I've nestled two cups from the Bits & Pieces die cuts pack inside a chipboard frame, and accented with a sentiment banner to create a fun celebratory look that would work perfectly for a birthday, or any other special day, for that matter. I had fun making my own "tea tag" from a bit of twine and a portion of a die cut Bits & Pieces label. I simply stapled the twine to the back, then tucked the loose end of the twine behind the cup. It was so quick and easy and really makes me smile.
A couple of other details here? A Layered\Stitched Tag and a pair of bright enamel dots. The background layers are journaling SN@P Cards, in both 3x4 and 4x6.
My second card takes on a bit of a love theme, with lots of hearts and a lovey dovey sentiment. I love the clean look to this one, mixed with small accents of gold.
I used lots of papers from the 6x6 Paper Pad to create my pieced background, but I also threw in one bolder striped print from the 12x12 papers. I always think mixing the different sizes and scales of the prints is an easy way to add a lot of interest to the finished design.
I made my own tag from one of the 6x6 papers, too. Love how the little ticket on the paper becomes highlighted with the addition of a chipboard frame on top.
And the hole reinforcer on the tag? That's actually a Bits & Pieces balloon die cut... but folded over the top you would never know.
Hope I've given you some fun ideas! And thanks for stopping by!