Disney Layout #2

Hi, everyone!

Today I will be going over my second Disney layout!

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For my scrapbook, I decided to begin each section (I have about 3-4 different sections) with a full, single layout before going into the pocket page scrapbooking style.

If you read my first post (Disney Layout #1) I used the same pattern paper (Red Dot) and the “Magical Friends” chipboard sticker is from the same sticker set (Mickey Family Titles).

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The Disney characters (above) come in a 12 x 12 sheet that I got from Michael’s (Mickey and Friends by Sandylion). I simply cut off a strip of the characters, cut out each square, and then arranged them as seen. I actually got the idea from another blogger, but it was a while ago and I can’t remember where I saw it. I will definitely post the link up here once I find the source. Moreover, I got the heart shape from the Project Life dies set by Becky Higgins (available at Michael’s). I added red glitter to it and sprayed a clear coat over it to keep the glitter from falling off.

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The mickey heads on both sides of the photo were made using two circle punches. I then wrote/stamped on them to add more personal detail. The blue “friends” button was something I got at a local craft sale. The “2014” sticker is from Michael’s (clearanced out for $1 since graduation season was over). The gold, beaded alphabet stickers and the large reddish rhinestones were also on clearance.

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Tip: If your rhinestones are sharp/pointy like mine are and you are worried that they will puncture/prick your page protector (like mine did!), simply punch out a circle about the same shape and size as your rhinestones from transparency film. Punch and then use a clear adhesive (I used micro glue dots), and then stick it on top of the rhinestones. That way you can put a protective layer between the two surfaces without compromising one or the other. Of course, smaller rhinestones might be more difficult to work with (mine are about the size of a dime or so), but it should work if you be patient and careful. Tweezers will help for sure.

Keep an eye out for Disney Layout #3!

-Hally

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Disney Chipboard Stickers - Mickey Family Titles       Mickey&FriendsSandylionSheet    

Disney Layout #1

Hi, Everyone!

Today I will be discussing my first Disney Layout.

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This is the opening page of my Disney Scrapbook. I had a difficult time with this one. I wanted it to look more…decorated/embellished…but after adding the large mouse ears, everything I tried made the page feel too crowded. Therefore, I settled on keeping it simple.

To make the ears, I used my Cricut Expression 2 to cut out 3 circles (1 large and 2 smaller ones) and did a bit of estimating and cropping as I tried to make it look like Mickey ears. To me, the black and black made it difficult to distinguish the “head” from the “ears.” It looked like blobs on the page. To solve this issue, I took a white colored pencil and added highlights. This helped significantly in making it look like Mickey’s ears.

Moreover, I found the sparkly “2014” at Walmart in a pack of 3 (red, white, and green colors) that were on clearance. I believe the 2014 pack is part of their graduation party section. Goes to show you can find a lot of stuff to use on scrapbook layouts that aren’t necessarily considered a part of scrapbooking!

The large “Our Disney Adventure” 3D sticker is part of the Disney Chipboard Stickers, Mickey Family Titles pack by EK Success (Disney), which can be bought at Michael’s, Joann, Walmart, etc.

The pattern paper is by We R Memory Keepers. It is the Basics Collection – 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper. Item#: 62205-5 (Yellow Dot); 62203-1 (Red Dot).

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Coming soon, Disney layout #2!

Thanks for reading!

-Hally

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Disney Chipboard Stickers - Mickey Family Titles