Minnie Mouse Monogram Paper Artwork Project

May 12, 2020By Brother ScanNCutCards, Gifts, Projects Opinion by Paid Consultant

Create some fun Minnie Mouse Monogram Paper Artwork with your ScanNCut DX!

For the Minnie Mouse Monogram Paper Artwork you will need:
Light Pink or White Cardstock, Bright Pink Cardstock, Purple Cardstock, Yellow Cardstock, Double-Sided Foam Stickers, ScanNCut DX SDX230D, Auto Blade, Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Paper Craft Collection 1,
Minnie Mouse Monogram Paper Artwork FCM files
brightpink_cuts.fcm
yellow_cuts.fcm
purple_cuts.fcm

Steps for the Minnie Mouse Monogram Paper Artwork:


1. Download “Minnie Mouse Monogram Paper Artwork.fcm” to your machine.
2. Download “DSNp01024” from the Disney Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse Paper Craft Collection 1.
3. Load the Low-Tack mat with the bright pink cardstock.
4. Cut out “Brightpink_cuts.fcm” using the Auto Blade and set aside. This is one set of your clouds.
5. Load the Low-Tack mat with the purple cardstock.
6. Cut out “Purple_cuts.fcm” using the Auto Blade and set aside. This is the second set of your clouds.
7. Load the Low-Tack mat with the yellow cardstock.
8. Cut out “Yellow_cuts.fcm” using the Auto Blade and set aside. This is the last set of your clouds.
9. Load the Low-Tack mat with the light pink or white cardstock.
10. Cut out the Minnie Mouse Monogram using the Auto Blade and set aside.
11. Time to layer your artwork! Use the Double-Sided Foam Stickers to create depth between the layers of clouds. Here are the layers starting at the bottom or “base”:
a. Layer 0: Light pink or white base for all the clouds
b. Layer 1: Small bright pink cloud
c. Layer 2: Large yellow cloud
d. Layer 3: Purple top corner cloud and other purple cloud
e. Layer 4: Large bright pink cloud
f. Layer 5: Bottom corner yellow cloud
g. Layer 6: Light pink or white Minnie Mouse Monogram

12. Done!

Tips:
Double up the foam stickers to create a more dramatic depth.
Use paper with subtle patterns to create even more dimension.
Print additional clouds and place them halfway or just outside the frame on the wall for an extra playful look.