Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Pooh Corner

For this double layout I've used my Pooh and Friends Cricut cartridge to make the embellishments on the left page. The verse is from The Stamp Barn and has been stamped and embossed. On the left page I have used some images cut from paper from Sandy Lion.

Toontown Gang

For this double Layout I have used some dimensional stickers and embellishments from my Hot Off the Press Disney booklet. Minnie's House has been computer generated using the Minnie Font, and cut out using my Spellbinder dies. "gawrsh!" is from the Mickey Font Cricut cartridge.

The Magic Continues...

This double layout is the beginning of the 2003 section of the album. I've kept the embellishments to a minimum, using a dimensional Minnie sticker and a couple of buttons from EK Success. The printed paper on the Mickey page is from Sandy Lion. The Mickey head date has been cut from my Mickey Font Cricut cartridge.


This is the final page of the 1998 section of the album. This was a very quick and easy page to create. The paper is from Sandy Lion. After attaching the photo to the page I applied Glossy Accents to the three Pooh Bears. I added three velvet flowers (Prima) to the corner and honey coloured brads were attached to the centres.

Santa Goofy

For this double page I have used Arctic Bazzill Basics paper for the background. Ive made a sleeve to keep the park program from the same. I've used my Mickey and Friends Cricut cartridge to cut "Santa Goofy." Some Christmas ribbon I got at Michael's and a couple of Prima poinsettias complete the page on the left. On the second page I've torn a piece of Ladybug Bazzill and stamped and embossed this with a lollipop stamp from Sunshine Designs. I've used Versamark and clear embossing powder. The lollipop was made from three circles and I've cut pieces out of each layer. The wording is computer generated.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Mickey & Minnie

I had alot of fun creating these pages. Once again I have used Tomato Bazzill for the background cardstock. I cut the Mickey head and letters using the Mickey Font Cricut cartridge. I've used punchouts from the Hot Off The Press booklet to embellish the page.

For the Minnie page I've used my Mickey and Friends Cricut cartridge to cut out the word Minnie. The Printed paper, oval cutout and small heart is from Christina Re. To get the words "Love That Mouse" I first printed onto regular paper and then positioned the oval over top of the writing using repositional glue. I ran the page through the printer again. The Minnie at the bottom of the page is a dimensional sticker. I've finished the page with some spotted ribbon, paper flowers with heart eyelents for centres and three white heart eyelets.


For this double layout I've used Tomato Bazzill for the background cardstock. The Mickey paper is from Sandylion. I've used another punch out "Remember the Magic" from my Hot Off The Press booklet. Toontown has been cut using my Mickey Font Cricut cartridge.
On the multi photo page I've used printed paper from kaisercraft. I've added a sticker from our visit as well as three spiral clips.
The photo looks a little distorted. The photo on the top right really is straight on the page.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Donald & Pluto

On this double layout I've used the Mickey & Friends Cricut cartridge to do the border embellishments and titles. I've also used Disney's Magic Kingdom Punch-Outs from Hot Off The Press. I found two of our old entry ticket stubs, so sprayed them with Make It Acid Free from Krylon and included these on the Donald page.

Pooh & Friends

On this next double layout I used my Pooh and Friends Cricut cartridge to create the titles and character embellishments. The fonts on the Pooh page were downloaded from the internet. The printed paper is from Sandy Lion. I've used my Spellbinders to cut the large daisy.

The Magic Begins...

This past weekend I was very busy. I managed to organize a large number of my Disney photos, preparing them to be scrapbooked and complete five pages. As I haven't scrapbooked any of my Disney photos, I decided to start with the first trip we took as a family back in 1998, as these were pre-digital camera, and work forward from there. I scanned all the photos and printed out the ones I wanted for the 1998 section of the album. I have around 12 pages to complete, so I think I made a pretty good start.
I have a very limited supply of Disney themed papers so for the first five layouts I have made use of my Cricut to make most of my embellishments.
This is the title page to Album 1, which will hold our 1998 and 2003 photos.
I've cut four images, using the Tink and Friends cartridge from JAC paper and applied amethyst glitter. The font is Storybook that I downloaded from a website. I've used my Spellbinder Classic Oval Nestabilities to cut the date.

Welcome to my blog.

I started posting my Disney vacation pages on my other blog My Creative Place but decided that after four trips to Disneyland California and one to Disney World, I probably have enough photos that I want to scrapbook, to warrant a seperate blog dedicated to my Disney themed scrapbook pages.