Hello, friends! Are you gearing up for another great weekend? I’ve been on a roll lately scrapping some family vacation memories and today I have a Disney page to share. Typically, when people think of scrapping their Disney pages they reach for the red/white/black/yellow colors that are so iconic of Mickey Mouse. This time, I took my inspiration from the bright colors of Disney cartoons, instead. So what makes this page feel “Disney” . . . how about a magical, Cricut castle cut?!
The castle cut is from theWrap It Up Cartridge anchored on an oval created with the Cake Basics Digital Cartridge. Stars act as a great supporting element to the castle cut! The felt star stickers are oldies, but goodies. I updated them a bit by adding plastic stars on top of them.
See the “Remember” tab stamp? I created that myself! Woot! Woot! Last year I bought the Teresa Collins Stampmaker from HSN.com and I had yet to try it out. Ummmm . . . LOOOOOOVE this thing!!!! I am totally addicted now! It took me a few tries to get the hang of it (didn’t quite figure out that I had to “flash” the back of the stamp first for the smaller pieces to stay put), but I can’t wait to create more stamps!
Thanks for letting me share my page with you today. I’ll be back tomorrow with another Disney page. Hope to see you then!
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I created the title by welding together the letters of the Gypsy Font(a free digital cartridge included with the Gypsy Design Device). Instead of cutting out the accompanying shadow letters, I cut the word again on gray cardstock and then slightly offset it from the white to create a shadow effect. I did the same thing with the letters of the word “Coaster” from the Disney Hannah Montana cartridge. My journal spots are ribbon slide shapes (with the ribbon slots hidden on my Gypsy device) from the Close to My Heart Art Philosophy cartridge. The ticket border edge is a Fiskars punch byJenni Bowlin, that I picked up in the Noel Mignon shop HERE.