Friday, September 12, 2014

Elsa invitations and cupcake toppers

Who doesn't love the movie Frozen!?! It seems to be every little girls favorite right now. I'm not gonna lie...I it's my favorite Disney movie right now. Having 3 girls you know I've watched that move a million times! 

I looked on Pinterest, and Etsy, and Google for cute Frozen invitations and could not find any that I was in love with so I got to make my own =) 

The Elsa SVG is from Krafty Nook. If you have 't checked out this blog you should! She has a ton of AWESOME SVGs for free. Her work is amazing! 

Elsa has a lot of pieces! If I remember right I counted 26. To make piecing her a bit easier I decided not to use the tiny eye and lip pieces. I instead used a tiny tipped paint brush and painted those parts. I used a light shade of pink chalk as blush on her cheeks.

The paper I used for her dress I got at Joann's during their Labor Day sale. 

I embossed plain white paper with my very loved Cuttlebug. The snowflake folder I used is from Darice. I got it at Joann's. After embossing, I lightly inked over the snow flakes with an ink pad. I absolutely love how the embossed snowflakes look! 

The glitter around the edge of the card is Buffalo Snow Flakes. I have had this stuff for years! To adhere it to the card I just put a small bit of Scotch Quick-Dry adhesive around the edge and then poured the snowflakes on top. I gently pushed down on the snowflakes to ensure they would stick nicely. The fake snow is now all over the house! Lol. 

The snowflake for the cupcake toppers is a Cricut image from Winter Lace. I love this snowflake! To make these I just hot glued a toothpick in between snowflake layers. 
I put a gem in the center of them to give it a little bling.

Elsa really is a beautiful character! 
Thank you Krafty Nook for the awesome SVG! 

Thanks for stopping by! Hope you have been inspired! Happy crafting!


  1. your cards are beautiful. You were lucky as this file is not longer available at Krafty Nook :-(

    1. Thank you Lisandre! It's no longer available at the Krafty Nook but If you have a Cricut Explore, Cricut has a digital Frozen cartridge. I believe it has a similar image.

  2. Replies
    1. I'm sorry, the Krafty Nook has taken this image off her blog and is shutting down her Facebook page due to some messages from very unfriendly crafters =(

    2. How unfortunate! How sad is this? It looked like she had some awesome SVGs and she was sharing them for free! This makes me sad...


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