Saturday, April 26, 2014

Frozen 76, 77, and 78

Still frozen after six months. It is pretty sad that I can scrap from my stash for six months and not need to shop for anything except adhesive.

This is James and his mini-me, Xander.
 I used up some really old rub-ons on this layout.
 I love the Martha Stewart border punches - they are my favorites.

 Sean was so happy to be on the boat ride at the PCC. He is such a happy child.
 Patterned paper makes good embellishements along with a couple of stickers and rhinestones.

 Bellows has the best sand for building castles and dams. Sean, Matt, and Aliese love to be there.
 Patterned paper to the rescue again for part of the embellishments.
 The tags came from our scrap stash swap.
 An odd little dragonfly along with a Martha Stewart border punch.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

3/4 of the way there - Frozen 73, 74, & 75

I'm nearly there! 25 more layouts to go. I've finished 75 and used up 247 sheets of paper and an whole lot of other stuff.

I've been scrapping more of one of our Disney trips.

Matt insisted on waiting for 45 minutes to meet the fairies.

The flowers are snowflakes, but I figure they work with Periwinkle.

I always put a Mickey head on every page - I added a little castle on this one as well.
 Tinkerbell came from a tag that was one something we bought from Disneyland. She has random glitter around her.
The background paper on this one came from our stash swap last month.
 The enamel dots are melted beads.
 Both of the tags are from clothing. I save everything that might look good on a scrapbook.

I made the banner. The big Mickey head is the insert from the giant jaw breaker suckers from Disneyland.
The newspaper article is from a greeting card.

The title is Cricut Graphically Speaking as are the arrow things. I found the Hudson Hornet stickers at a yard sale.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Frozen 71 & 72 and one from Matt

Matt created with me this week, and I've posted his layout at the end of this blog post.

This is myself and Matt at Pirate's Lair on Tom Sawyer Island in Disneyland. I love this place - it is so much fun.
I found a tutorial online about using a corner punch to make fancy circles. It worked.
 The gold coin is from a birthday card Matt got several years ago. The chipboard stickers are from Dollar Tree. I added the Mickey ears to the pirate scull.
 The title is Cricut, Jasmin.

 Halloween paper comes in handy when scrapping pirate stuff.
 Another coin from the birthday card. The anchor is an old earring. The title is Cricut George - but it is the negative space.

 Matt created this next layout. He used enamel dots we made from melting beads.