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Every Fairytale Needs a Happy Ending Layout

With instructions from Rita Barakat you can make this whimsical scrapbook layout at home.  Give this page to your daughter for her birthday.  It will make her feel like a princess.



  • All papers are from Best Creations (including the glitter paper!)
  • lace ribbon Spare Parts
  • gold ribbon Offray
  • Flower gems KaiserCraft
  • Pearls ZVA Creative
  • Mist – Shimmerz and Tattered Angels
  • Gold foil stickers Craft n’ Crafting
  • Grunge board brackets & crown Tim Holtz- Ranger
  • brads Spare Parts
  • Adhesive Glue Dots ®
  • Alphas Prima & American Crafts


Here is how the castle opens up to reveal the journal inside. A close up of the journal...

Note the grungeboard brackets on the left of the castle.The castle was traced from an acrylic mini album by Clear Scraps. I cut out, misted and decorated each piece then assembled it togetherwith foam squares The rainbow, the clouds and the frog were all drawn by me, cut out and pieced together.

Added pearls around the pictures...

Added Stickles and mist to the alphas.  

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