The Fairytale Club presents "The Wonderful World of Disney" Papercrafting Party

Hello everyone!  Today I am pleased to announce the next papercrafting event hosted by The Fairytale Club and held in beautiful Downtown Disney in Anaheim, CA.

Tickets for the event will be going up for sale tomorrow morning, but in the meantime you can visit the events page for more information.  This magical, papercrafting party will be held Sunday, June 3rd, so if you live in southern California, or feel like doing a bit of traveling, mark your calendars for the event and get your ticket tomorrow morning.  Don't wait, because spots are very limited!  Hope to see you there!

"Hello Beautiful!" Sneak Peek

Hello everyone! It is Andrea here and today I want to share with you a fun sneak peek of our newest and next collection, "Hello Beautiful!" It is so, so lovely and I am super excited for you to see it!

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The collection is filled with gorgeous springtime patterns and imagery. It has tons of pretty florals and adorable animals. And, as you may notice, it is inspired by my favorite fairytale -- Snow White! All of our kits/collections are inspired, as you know, by fairytales...but as usual, we have created for you a collection which can be used for many different things -- like, for example, springtime, a celebration, the outdoors, someone you love, reading, the everyday magic of our lives....etc. However, I find that this collection is perfect not just to use for those themes, and so many more, but also particularly ideal to use for documenting yourself! I love that there are so many inspirational items in this collection which are all about recognizing the beauty of who you are! I think this is something which I myself struggle with, and which many of us have a hard time with. It is so important for us each to feel beautiful! And I think "Hello Beautiful!" reminds us that we are each special because of our individual traits and likes, our actions and personalities...all the good things inside us which make us truly beautiful -- things like kindness, bravery, and inteligence! So make sure to watch for the full reveal of "Hello Beautiful!"...coming soon! And get yours as soon as you can! It will definitely remind you of what a beautiful person you are!!! Hugs!!! xoxo -- Andrea

Memory Keeping Picture Overlay with Kim

Hello, it's Kim!  After a recent trip to Arizona I had a bunch of memory keeping brainstorming ideas on how to use my pictures. One of them was a picture overlay on to pattern paper!

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What I mean is that I've taken some of the beautiful pattern paper from the 'Sweet' collection and cut it to size for my travelers notebook. Then I printed out one of my pictures and a couple of digital files, the "pretty" word and the hearts with the arrow through them, on clear sticker paper and placed it on top of the pattern paper. It leaves the picture as a fantastic focal point but the script words add just the right punch.

On the opposite page , I used some packaging from the collection and on top a small vignette of paper from the kit.  The cut-a-part lady is so west coast chill!

The quick layering highlighted by a date stamp is the perfect thing to off set the other page.  Let's not forget the puffy alphas!  They did come with the kit but you can grab a set yourself from the past collections for only $5.00!! She was very smart to include double vowels and popular consonants. That way you can use them for many different projects.  

Thanks for joining me today for this quick project!



Adeline's Spring Planner Week Layout

Hi my fairy friends,

It’s Adeline, and today I will share with you my week layout in my Hobby Lobby planner.

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For this layout I have mixed many pieces of stationery from the “Happy Day” kit, such as the project life cards, ephemera, gold foil stickers, flair buttons, washi tapes, and pieces of paper.

I created a cute little pocket with two personal size inserts, so easy to do!  You just have to cut one of the two inserts and glue it to the other insert, then punch your pocket to include it in your planner.  You can slip in important papers or just a little decoration.

I hope that you have enjoyed my post! See you soon for another planner time.

Kiss from France,

Spring Candy Basket with Carrie

Hello everybody! It's Carrie here with a cheerful Spring themed candy basket using the Happy Day kit.

As a general rule I like to have chocolate in my house at all times lol!  So when I saw this adorable basket/purse in the Silhouette Design Store I thought it might be the perfect place to store a piece or two while still looking cute on my kitchen counter.  Plus, I have a fair few birthdays coming up and think it would be fun for holding a gift as well. The basket design ID is #63379 by Lori Whitlock. I started out by enlarging my basket to as big as it would fit on a 12 by 12 sheet of paper using my Silhouette software. Then I used a white piece of textured cardstock and ran it through my Silhouette Cameo to cut out the base. Next I took one of the planner inserts that had a blue background with polka dots and cut out a piece to layer over the front of my basket. Again, I used my Silhouette Cameo for this. The strips on the sides are from the same sheet of paper, and I measured what size they should be with a ruler and cut them down to size with my paper trimmer.  Then, I used red-line tape on the inside flaps and finished the assembly of my base.

Now that my base is complete I decided to find some flowers from the Silhouette Design Store to add to the front of my basket.  I ended up choosing design ID #198967 by Carina Gardner. It came with quite a few flowers as well as a couple different types of leaves.  Again I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut everything out. For all the leaves I chose the planner insert with a super fun pink writing paper design. The backside is a light purple and blue background with a cute kitty, so most of the leaves are pink but three of them I turned around using the purple or blue.  For the center of each of the flowers I used the same white textured cardstock for consistency.

I knew I wanted to use lots of color and patterns for the actual flowers to make them pop, so one is cut from a planner insert with a pink background and retro blue graphic design that reminds me of an eye. The other two are cut from 12 x 12 papers. I chose the ticket design, and and the design cut into a bunch of pieces and colors. All are super colorful and fun! Now that all my pieces are cut out it's time to assemble the flowers and decide where to place everything on the front of my basket. I love this part because I get to be creative :-) First I attached the flowers, next the fern-like leaves, and lastly the large and small leaves of the same shape. To finish decorating I decided to add iridescent Swarovski crystals to the center of each of the flowers, and tied the handles at the top together with a pink ribbon.  Now my project is all done and ready to be used!

Thanks for taking a look at my project, and I'll see you next time!
Cheers!! Carrie

"Hello Spring" Printable

Hello everyone! It's Andrea here today, and I wanted to give you this fun free printable to wish you a happy Spring!  I hope you all had a wonderful Easter-time and that you are enjoying the new season!  The printable comes in 6x8 and 4x6!  Just left-click the graphic, and then right-click and select "Save Image As..." to download it in the size you want.  Hugs, and remember to live your life as a fairytale!!!  :)



Little Paper Clips with Henny

Hello 👋🏻 and happy Monday lovelies... it’s Henny again and today I wanted to share with you these little paper clips I made for first time using various materials of papers and elements from this kit.

So what I basically do is just trim two different double sided (patterned) pieces of paper and cut them into strips in bigger and smaller sizes and pictured below.


The bigger one measures approximately 5”x1.5” and the small one measures just slightly smaller than the bigger strip of paper. Trim a triangle shape from the ends of both strips to make banners as shown above.

Then fold each strip in half, but crease lightly at the top, leaving some room as you’ll need to slip the paperclip on later. Then fold the other smaller strip over top of the first banner. Remember, it doesn’t have to be perfect.

Slide banners over the paperclip, and then you can crease them tightly if you wish to. Next all you need to do is decorate your clips however you like!

 The cute little paper clips are so adorable, they certainly will make such cute additions in Planners, bibles, books, tags, as gifts to your crafty friends or anything you can come up with.

 I hope you have enjoyed a look inside my little project today and it gives you lots of inspiration for your own.

Until next time,

Adeline's Faithful Life TN

Hi my Fairy friends,
It’s Adeline today for the Fairytale Club’s blog, I have not yet given you all the secrets contained in my traveler notebook!!!!! I think it might inspire you for yours.

So let me introduce you to my faithful life traveler notebook, I chose Julie Nutting from My Prima Planner’s journal for this purpose.


I love decorating my traveler’s cover with some charms and die cuts, so I cut a project life card from “Happy Days” kit, in love with this cherry heart design and I slipped it into the elastic and finally, I added cute die cuts, it’s very springy, don’t you think?



I think it adds a little cheerful to my cover, I find it so much prettier than not putting anything.



Every month I do the Faithful Life Challenge from The Reset Girl, a challenge based on the study of the Bible.

Each month a different theme and each week some verses to study. I love this challenge because it allows linking spirituality and creativity.


So this week, I highlighted the verse of Esaie with the kit with its beautiful huge flowers and the others cute element of “Happy Days” kit.


First I made my title by combining some different piece of the kit and mine.

My gold paper napkin in order to add light that I cut, on it I stuck a label and strips of washi and I finished with the little cat and bow die cuts.


For the second part of my page, I cut a 12x12 paper with the flowers pattern, these flowers are so beautiful can’t resist to add them in my notebook.


I cut the outline of the flowers, I love this oversize side of these flowers that makes us feel like Alice in Wonderland!!! Tiny !!!!

And finally, I added some gold foil transparent stickers, my favorites!!! which remind the gold paper napkin and some little die cuts.


I hope you have appreciated my post, see you later for other fairy project and have a good Easter time with your family and friends, enjoy!!!!

With love,