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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Disney Reveal 8 comments  
   
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Products by Remininse and Creative Imaginations make it super easy to create Disney pages

I don't know about you, but for me some pictures are harder to scrap than others. Holidays and Disney are the two that come quickly to mind. We lived in FL for the first five years of Cole's life and have tons of pictures, but to date, I only had two layouts done. I am not sure why I find them so hard, but when it came time to chose my reveal this time around, I wanted to make sure I did pictures that were in my pile to scrap (and had been sitting there for awhile). So I decided to jump right into Disney and see what I could do.

Imagine my surprise, when this actually turned out to be one the most enjoyable reveals I have ever done. Who cannot love the mouse? :)

Creative Imaginations Magic Line and Reminisce's Real Magic line have so many wonderful Disney goodies, it was really hard  to chose from.  But I knew I wanted to do more than just layouts for this reveal,  so I first started with this adorable mini album. It was so incredibly easy and fun to do. Creative Imaginations had a wonderful idea when they made it black and white. So you can cover it with paper or you can leave it blank and just add stickers and/or embellishments. 

Click here  to see  the rest of the album.

The red, black and yellow of the Disney items stand out so well against stark white backgrounds, that I could not resist doing two layouts with the same idea. Not only are the pictures of our kiddos fun from Disney, but just the parks themselves are gorgeous. So hard to resist taking pictures everywhere.

I had purchased this adorable advent calendar from Karen Foster, but I already have so many Christmas countdown items, I knew I wanted to do something different with it. Now that we are moving back to the East Coast, I can pretty much guarantee trips to FL much more frequently and what is a trip to FL without hitting Disney :)

So I made this advent calendar to count down the days!! A little hint--I created it using magnets so this advent calendar can be changed and created into different themes using one advent calendar and just changing the tops. Look for my class during the crop :)
 

One last thing before I go. Are you wondering how I got the perfect colors of Bazzill to match my Disney items? Well, I used ACOTS coordinating cardstock tab located under the product. Absolutely wonderful tool and so easy to use! Why don't you give it a try?

 

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Posted by suslvgeo

Reader Comments ...
Kara . Howard County, Maryland or Woolford
2/19/09 2:16 pm
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cool stuff!!!

2/18/09 5:32 pm
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Awesome job! Now I want to work on my Disney layouts!

zanettac . Ohio
2/18/09 1:22 pm
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You rock!

2/18/09 1:04 pm
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I like the advent calendar! I might need one when we move to Florida. :)

ScrapGoo . Framingham, MA
2/18/09 11:40 am
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I adore your mini album!

Cimorosete . Elkton, MD
2/18/09 11:11 am
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Awesome job Sus!!!! Love it aol.

bluejeans7 . Kansas
2/18/09 9:44 am
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You rocked it Sus!!!! Great job!

2/18/09 7:39 am
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Fantastic work,Sus