Sunday, June 28, 2009

Happily Ever After

During a recent trip to Disneyland, my 3 year old decided he wanted to go visit some princesses. Much to my husband's chagrin, we stood in line so our boys could meet them. Little did either of us know that our Jonah would be such a Prince Charming. He loved all of them so much!! Here are a couple of pictures:
PRECIOUS!! (Okay, if you don't think so, look at them again through a mother's eyes.)
Well, with 2 boys running around and another little boy on the way, I didn't know that I could justify the purchase of the Disney Princess cartridges, but my mom generously let me borrow hers so I could cut out some princesses for our Disney books. We still need to meet Snow White, but we've seen all of the others shown below. Here's the result of the Happily Ever After cartridge:

Those princesses really take a lot of patience to cut! A tip: invest in a white signo pen. Even if you could get the whites of the eyes and the teeth to cut out using the Cricut, they'd be murder to glue! Most of the full princesses are cut at 6". The busts are cut at 3 1/4". The prince and princess cuts are at 7 1/2".

Oh, and my husband is planning on taking Jonah camping. Very soon. ;)

Thanks for looking!

6 comments:

Deanna said...

You didn't share the photo of the boys with their princess cousins! :) They are so precious!! Love the little guys.

Deanna said...

Oh, good job with all the paper piecings!! I'll have to try and catch up sometime. :)

KreatesKards said...

I agree, it is an "Ahhhhhh" moment. I can understand a child being thrilled to see the Princess. The Princess represents so much happiness in Disney movies. What a great moment, thanks for sharing.

The Sauders said...

Amy,
How much fun is this!! I love the pics.

Jenny said...

Awwww how great! and Awesome job on your princesses!

~chevygirl~ said...

What a little sweetheart! I can't wait to see the layouts.