Disney-Themed Personalized Birthday Cards - Toronto Teacher Mom

Disney-Themed Personalized Birthday Cards

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


I was browsing through some of my earlier card designs on my craft blog and saw these two personalized Disney-themed cards I made for a co-worker's twins five years. They were fun to make but, boy, they sure took a lot of time. You see Ariel? Each coloured area is a separate piece of paper, including her lips, the blue of her eyes and the white part, too. And McQueen was made using several printouts that I cut by hand and layered with foam dots. Clearly I had more time on my hands back then.


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  1. when my girls were in public school, we made a lot of homemade crafts and I think the same thing as I look back, how did I ever have time to do a lot of it...lol

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    1. I need to make more time to make cards with my kids. It's so easy with a Cricut machine!

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  2. Love the cards! My daughter's 13th is on Sunday and she is wanting an owl theme and I haven't started any prep.

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    1. Thank you! Do you own a Cricut machine by chance?

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  3. These cards are so nice. Great attention to detail. It is obvious! Hope you are having a great week!

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    1. Thanks, Kristi! Really wish I had the patience to make such detailed cards like I used to.

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    1. Thanks, Kristin! Really loved the photo of the dahlia in your WW post this week!

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  5. I love looking through my old posts. You did a great job making them, they turned out brilliant :-)

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    1. She required a lot of time and patience to put together. LOL

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  7. That's fun! I love that the names are on there.

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    1. Me, too! It's easy to personalize when you have Cricut machine. I also added Stickles onto the pink lettering to make it sparkle!

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  8. Oh my gosh! From just looking at the pictures, I thought they were store bought for sure! That's amazing! It's so funny that whenever I look back and think about or see things that I did years ago, I also often think, wow, I certainly had a lot more time on my hands back then...

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    1. Thanks, Victoria! I know exactly how you feel. I seriously need to re-evaluate my use of time. I miss crafting!

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  9. Very cute.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2014/02/ww-sad-news.html

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    1. Thanks, Joyce. And thanks for sharing the news, albeit it extremely saddening. I still can't believe it...

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  10. Those are super cute. Home made cards are a gift themselves!

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    1. Thank you! I like the way you think!

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  11. Wow! What a lot of hard work! Really nice cards.

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  12. Wow, that is impressive! I remember taking time to craft… It's been awhile!

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  13. Beautiful cards - well done! Happy WW :)

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  14. Beautiful cards! Love the little mermaid one :)

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  15. You are so talented! These are treasures :)

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  16. My son would LOVE the Cars card!

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  17. I love not only your cards, but the fact that you are making cards and encouraging card sending and letter writing. Always a lovely treat to receive something other than bills in the mail. I am a bit of a stationery junkie and these cards are just too sweet! Visiting via Jenny Evolution Winter wonderland wordless wednesday linkup

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  18. Love the cards; wish I was so talented!

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  19. Great idea! They look great!

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  20. The cards are very neat. Awesome job!

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  21. My son would love the Cars one!

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  22. Very inspiring! Maybe this spring I will try making some cards. As much as I like the convenience of buying cards, it's so much more thoughtful to have made them, especially when my baby girl is helping! I've already got some themes picked out, but I'm pretty sure we'll do something Disney-like the first time :)

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