Michelle's "Hello, Beautiful!" Greeting Card

Hi there, crafty friends! I recently got inspired to make a bunch of greeting cards, and I’m happy to share this one with you using digital printables from the “Hello, Beautiful!” collection from The Fairytale Club. A friend of mine recently started graduate school and her first week was a bit rough, and I knew that a whimsical card is just what she needed

She and I have been friends for a long time, and we have a lot in common. But one of the things we differ on is a love of sparkles. As for me, I can’t get enough, but she’s not so into glitter and girly things like I am. I remembered that the “Hello, Beautiful!” kit had some black and white elements that I could layer to make a pretty card.


I wanted to keep this pretty simple, so I didn’t add too many elements or color, and I knew the “Fairytales” paper would make the perfect background. Also, I thought that vellum inside the frame would be a great way to kind of block out the text a bit, but not completely, and I love that look. Finally, I added that bit of leaf trim on the side and voila!


I love how this card turned out and I can’t wait to start another very soon!


Dianna's Weekly Planner Spread

Hey there friends! It’s Dianna, back with my weekly planner spread using the Hello Beautiful kit!

I used the pretty pastel papers to create this lovely spread! Aqua and pink are my faves so I concentrated on those shades and some black polka dots! It’s a great combo!!  To make this planner spread I cut out my paper to fit the dimensions of the boxes in my weekly planner insert. It was super easy and I just used my tape runner to add adhesive to the back of the paper and glued it in place!  I love the ledger style paper. It  worked perfectly to add some of my to-do’s. 

I also cut some of the paper into strips to look like washi tape and layered it in a couple of places.  To make the paper clips I simply hot glued the flair button and bow die cut to some gold paper clips.

A few embellishments from the die cuts and sticker sheet and all done! Oh, and I added a little layering on the edge with some ruffle lace too! 

Hope you like it! Have a beautiful weekend! 💗 

Making a Greeting Card with Michelle

Hi there, crafty people! Michelle here, back with another fun project using the “Hello Beautiful!” kit! For this project, I made a greeting card to send to a dear friend of mine.

As I wrote in my last post, I recently went on a vacation with my husband to Portland, Oregon. While we were there, we went to an Asian supermarket! The were aisles filled with different and unique kinds of snacks and beauty products that I’m sure I wouldn’t be able to find in any other store. A particularly fun section was the bookstore, with all of its pens, stationery, and books! I ended up getting quite a few things for myself and things to give as gifts to friends. And what goes better with a gift than a handmade card?

For the cover of this greeting card, I started out knowing that I wanted to use the red lined ledger paper, and a strip of the rose “Enchanted Forest” pattern. From there, it was all about adding elements that I thought went together really well! I loved the idea of using the ephemera that looks like a letter to Snow White on the front, plus some of the other ephemera bits. I really wanted the “hello” tag to stand out from the rest of the card, so I layered it on top of gold glitter paper (because who doesn’t love a touch of gold glitter?) and a mounting square, to really set it apart.

For the inside of the card, I couldn’t just leave it plain! One of the many things I love about these kits from The Fairytale Club is the little strip at the bottom of the 12x12 sheets that you can cut off and use! So I decided to do that for the left inside bottom of the card. I cut off the decorative strip that had those beautiful vines, added the bunny ephemera piece, and finished it off with “You are beautiful”, which was another of those pieces at the bottom of a 12x12 sheet.

For the opposite page, I knew that I wanted to use Snow White somehow. I fussy cut her out of a larger piece, and it fit just perfectly at the bottom of the “You are my favorite!” tag! I originally punched out a hole in the greeting card where I was going to tie the tag to the card, but I decided I liked the look of the bow at the top better, so that’s how I finished it off!

It has been so fun to bring you these projects from the “Hello Beautiful!” kit, and with the reveal of the next kit so close, I hope you are getting just as excited as I am to see what is in store! Until next time,


Adeline's Red Patent Traveler's Notebook

Hi my fairy friends!  It’s Adeline today, with my second project of the month with the "Hello Beautiful!" kit.  If you remember, last time I shared with you the set up of my ice blue planner.  Today it is time for my red patent traveler's notebook, which is just as perfect for the design of this collection.  This time I made two covers for my notebooks and some flag paper clips, which are so in fashion right now.  So let's discover my beautiful decorations inspired by the universe of Snow White.

I hope you liked this project! I'll be back soon with another post!

Kiss from France,

Laura's "True Fairytale" Layout

Hello everyone! It's Laura here, and today I am so thrilled to be back sharing my second layout this month, this time using a cut file.

I loved all the designs, but the woodsy, leafy look of this frame in particular stood out to me.  In 2014 I was lucky enough to do some traveling in Europe, and I have been using the Hello Beautiful kit to scrap some photos from my time in Germany.  In this case I used a photo of my mom and me at a castle we visited.  

I decided to cut out the frame as large as possible on a piece of 12x12 paper, and weave in some roses I cut from the patterned paper in the Hello Beautiful kit.  I used the pink ledger paper as my background and added a bit of mixed media water color to the background.  

To really make the page special I took a photo of the castle we visited and edited it in photoshop so it was a black silhouette, and made my own custom die cut to line the inside of the frame.  My goal was to make it match the black border and look like the vines were growing up and around the outline of the castle.  The mixed media helped blend it in with the frame.  

A few embellishments from the kit helped finished off this special page, and I'm happy to have another part of this trip documented in my scrapbook.

Lilly's Pen Pal Pocket Letter

Hey guys, it's Lilly! Welcome back to another blog post showing you guys one of my creations using the "Hello Beautiful!" collection.

This time around I created a pocket letter which completely brought me back to why I started crafting to begin with. There's something about pocket letters that make them so fun to create. Filling up the pockets and creating shakers is my favorite part.

So you guys can see I decided to stick with that royal blue in the collection to make the pocket letter stand out.  I added little extras like enamel dots, a pretty yellow bow, and pom poms to give it some dimension.

I love to layer, so I definitely incorporated that as well. I created a double shaker pocket with sequins to match the collection for a little hint of glitz.  Who doesn't love a good sequins mix? ;-) I also covered the fuse lines with some pretty gold trim..

The last few things I did were to cover the side with some pretty gold hearts washi and add a pretty tassel which has a variety of things on it from a tube of poms poms to some of the ephemera pieces and, of course, trim. And one one of the pockets I decided to add the flair buttons because I think it's cute to add embellishments to the front of pocket letters as well.  ;-)

Well that's it for this post you guys!  I hope it inspired you to create a pocket letter for one of your special pen pals.  See you soon!

A Traveler's Notebook Layout from Aimee

Hi there, It’s Aimee. Today I am sharing a page from my Traveler's Notebook using the “Hello Beautiful!” kit.

I’m not a huge TN gal, but tend to make pages from time to time. I do love the small scale though. It’s basically scrapping a tiny photo on a tiny page. And since I love all things tiny this is just perfect for me. I also love being able to use my toy printers to print photos.  To create this tiny layout, I used the pink ledger and a scrap from the geometric patterned paper, and I made the pink tag out of the beautiful rainbow 12x12 paper.

I just layered them altogether with a piece of washi tape. With foam adhesive “popped” up the “magic” die cut word over my photo and tag. I added some jute to finish of my tag. I also used a pink bow and some butterfly wood veneer to complete this tiny layout.

After staring at this TN, I think the only thing I’m missing is the date!  I often realize these little details long after my project is done, photographed and I’m here writing my blurb. Do you ever finish a project and add to it days later?

Shaker Pockets with Solange

Hey crafty friends! It’s Solange with another super fun project using the amazing “Hello Beautiful!" kit.

These shakers can be used to decorate a gift, to use as embellishments in your projects, to give a gift card, or to just spruce up happy mail! These are super fun and easy to make and you can use your fuse tool or your sewing machine. 

To do this project all you’ll need are plastic sleeves which you can find at your local office supply store, fuse tool or sewing machine, a fun sequins mix and your “Hello Beautiful” kit! 
Just fuse around your image, add some sequins and then close it to create these super fun shakers!

To add more character, you can also add some ephemera pieces and trim to the outside which will take your shakers to the next level! 

I fussy cut some images out of the dashboards such as the bunny and the Snow White to create one of a kind decorative shakers. 

I can’t wait to see what you guys create and the amazing shakers you’ll make! 

Free, downloadable cut files!!!

Hello everybody, it's Andrea here, and today I wanted to give you all some frame cut files from the "Hello Beautiful!" collection.  Actually, three of them are used in the collection, and the last one was designed for it but wasn't used in the end.  To download the files, left-click on the images below, then right-click and select "Save Image As...", and then choose a location on your computer.  Enjoy!