Quick page I put together last night using a couple of the photos I took during the Festival of the Lion King show at Animal Kingdom. Supplies: The Paper Company mulberry paper; KI Memories patterned papers; corner rounder punch; staples; fiber from 7gypsies album; Pier 1 lion clip; Making Memories brad. Inspired by Oct 22nd […]
Still working on my Disney album. 😉 I took quite a few photos of the carvings in the Tree of Life and wanted to work many of them into a page. I lifted Mickey Mouse by nerdgirl at Two Peas for the design. Supplies: Limeade paper from Tropical Popsicle kit at Peppermint Creative; 2ps font […]
I’ve been trying to decide how to scrapbook about the many restaurants we ate at while in Walt Disney World last fall. The sketch used for July 21st in dw2008 gave me just the inspiration I needed to capture them all (well, the table dining restaurants at least) in one page: Here’s where Friday’s Stickle […]
Trent standing in front of the Mission: SPACE ride at Epcot: Supplies: Archiver’s cardstock; Creative Imaginations patterned paper; Studio G stamps; black stamp ink; BasicGrey chipboard; Making Memories noteworthy paper; Times New Roman & Arial fonts. Inspired by June 7/8 of dw2008.
A hybrid layout using a map & photos of the resort we stayed at during our Disney trip. Supplies: Soft Green patterned paper from Anne Langpap’s Free June kit at Two Peas; Photo Edge frame from Rhonna Farrer’s Office Supply Tool kit at Two Peas; Edwardian Script font; Heidi Swapp journaling spot & tape; Micron […]
Happy NSD! I’ve spent a bit of the day scrapping and enjoying some of the festivities at Two Peas. Here are two pages I’ve completed today for my Disney album: Supplies: Deja Views patterned paper; Karen Foster patterned paper; Making Memories chipboard brackets & rub-on corner; QuicKutz studio classic font; Li’l Davis Designs chipboard letters. […]
Before our trip to Disney last November, Trent & I both did a little “research.” We had fun reading up on various little trivia facts about Walt Disney World. One interesting tidbit I came across was to visit Cinderella’s water fountain in the Magic Kingdom; “kneel” before her; and look up to see a crown […]
The Test Track at Epcot is a very fun ride. Basically, you hop in a car and ride through a series of “tests.” These include brake checks, 65 mile per hour turns, and “crashing” into a wall. The photo is taken right before you crash. And, even though we’d ridden this in the past, I […]