Monday, July 12, 2010

Haunted Mansion Holiday 2009

This is the last of the layouts I finished on the weekend.

I didn't have any embellishments that really suited the theme so I created both the iron fence and the chandelier to cut using my Cricut machine and the software Sure Cuts Alot 2. The holly was cut using the Cricut cartridge Holiday Cheer. I printed the words directly onto the Bazzill cardstock.
If you would like to use the files that I created you may download them for free by clicking on the links below. Each download comes with an svg and a scut2 file.


Mickeys Trick Or Treat Party 2009

I had a very productive weekend, managing to complete a total of nine pages, six of which were Disney pages.
Last year, my daughter and I attended Mickey's Trick or Treat Party at Disneyland for the second year in a row. Here are two double layouts.

Most of the embellishments are bits and pieces that I've collected on our last two trips. The cardstock is Bazzill. I bought the Designer Paper in Canada but I'm not sure who made it.


This last photo shows the page with the souvenir map slid out of it's pocket. I backed the map onto some printed cardstock and attached it to the page with a brad in one corner.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Epcot 2007

Here is another quick layout. The circle is actually embossed using Spellbinder Impressabilities.
The font was cut on Cricut. The border is a Just The Edge from Bazzill.

Disneyland October 2008

Here is another page from our 2008 holiday. I'm not sure if I actually like this one so will most likely do another with the photo later. All the cardstock is Bazzill.

The wording is a rub on made using a font downloaded from the internet.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Zocalo Park 2008


Ok so it has been quite some time since I posted anything here. I haven't been doing alot of scrapbooking of late, mainly just those pages to meet design team requirements etc. When I started this blog I was going to work my way through our Disney photos starting with our first family trip in 1998. Well that really hasn't been working out too well so I've decided to just do the pages as I feel inspired. I think that this will be a much more productive way of getting those photos scrapped.
Anyway this weekend I managed to get a few pages done. I haven't done all the photos yet but hopefully will get to that tomorrow.
This double layout I did some time ago but never got it posted. All the paper is Bazzill and the flowers are made using my Spellbinder Die-Blossom. I've printed some info directly onto the background paper. The swirls were made using a Bazzill template with Liquid Pearls instead of diamantes. I've used some large Bazzill Brads in the centres of the flowers

Friday, January 29, 2010

Mini Album


I finished this little booklet this morning. It was created for a tutorial over on Downunder Direct. This album consists of 8 pages all with photos from our 2007 Disney World vacation. I used Bazzill cardstock and cut the pages using a Spellbinders Die. The title on the front cover was created using JustRite Stamps. The button on the front cover is one I picked up somewhere in America on one of our recent trips. Step by step instructions for this project can be found over at Downunder Direct.

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Chip & Dale


I finished this double layout this morning. To make the tree I used a combination of two Cricut cartridges. First I cut a tree using my new Seranade cartridge. I then used my Mickey & Friends cartridge to cut out the oak leaves. I replaced the original leaves on the tree with the oak leaves. The words are cut from the cartridge Mickey Font. All cardstock used is Bazzill.

Disney ATC

Well after a very long absence I am finally back. The last half of 2009 was very busy. Although I have been doing lots of paper crafting, not much has been Disney related. Alot has happened since my last post. We moved house at the end of June, and although only a relatively short move, it is always a huge job. Not long after that my DD and I made a trip to Canada where we spent 3 1/2 weeks with family. Of course we got our usual Disney fix, stopping at Disneyland for five nights on the way home. I now have five trips to scrapbook, and I am determined to get the bulk done by the end of the year. We have another trip planned at the end of this year, so if I do get caught up, there will be pleanty more Disney paper crafting to do next year.
For my first post of 2010 I thought I would share an ATC I made as part of a swap back in December. The ATC was inspired by a pin I purchased for my DD a couple of trips ago.