|Combining a premade page (left) with a solid page that |
I pulled together with the comic book paper.
|This is some of the paper I bought at WDW.|
Hi there! Since the boys are at Grandmas for a few days, I've been scrapping like a mad woman! My friend Kim asked me to meet her over at Archiver's the other day to get some pages done, and since I didn't want to take a lot of stuff with me, I decided to focus on my Disney pages since I have SO MANY PICTURES! These are definitely going to need their own album. I'm only about 1/3 of the way through them after these 18 pages, lol. I made them all pretty simple pages accented with stickers. While I LOOOOOVE fancy handmade accents, there just isn't always time for that, though I did make my own version of Epcot Center's "Spaceship Earth."
I'm not going to write a supply list on these, but most of the Disney themed stuff is EK Success, except for the Disney stuff with the actual park names on them, I bought a HUGE scrapbook kit when I was there that's actually made by Disney. If you have a question about a product or a technique, leave a comment on this post, and I will get back to you ASAP.
Hope you are having a stellar weekend! -Noelle
|Again, combining a patterned page with a solid. |
I made the accents with a CM Mickey Mouse punch.
|Fancy borders behind the title. The only Halloween Disney products I |
could find were these teeny stickers from Walgreens,
so I used them in strips, I think they look like filmstrips.
|Same event as the last 2 pg. spread. The banner stamps read "Not So Scary"|
|Epcot pages. these papers were from WDW too.|
|The Epcot landmark "Spaceship Earth" that |
I made from a dry-embossed silver circle.
|The papers, stickers and journal block are from the WDW kit. |
The letter stamps are Inkadinkadoo.
|Safari page, not much Disney on here, |
but I did add a couple Mickey Mouse buttons.
|A tiger print background paper and some fun Jolee's stickers.|