Echo Park Paper: Magic & Wonder Mini Autograph Album

Are you a Disney fan? So am I!!! It is one of my very favorite places to vacation with my family! This week all Disney products are on sale at Scrapbook.com, so I thought  it would be the perfect time to share a Disney Autograph album that I created for Echo Park Paper earlier this summer using the Magic & Wonder collection.

When I was young, I used to LOVE to collect the autographs of all of the Disney characters … and I know many of you enjoy doing that as well! This project is the perfect way to combine your autographs with photos of your favorite characters!

(This project was featured on a short Instagram video on Echo Park’s Instagram page while ago. Click HERE to go to their account and scroll down to find it.)

MAGIC & WONDER AUTOGRAPH ALBUM

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I decorated the front of the die cut album with a couple of the 3×4 cards, a camera cut from the Smile for the Camera paper, stickers, chipboard pieces, enamel dots, and a die cut View Master Circle (Viewfinder Die Set).

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Inside the album you will find a tag tucked inside a pocket for each autograph, as well as a place with you posing for a photo with each character. So fun!

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OTHER SUPPLIES:
White Cardstock
Black/White Baker’s Twine
White Crochet Twine
Binder Rings
Hole Punch
“4×6 Vertical Pocket Mini Album with Tags” Cut File by Lori Whitlock (Design #67734 in the Silhouette Design Store)

I hoped you enjoyed seeing this project! It would be a fun one to create for the next time you make a visit to the Magical Kingdom!

See you again soon!
JanaBold

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Simple Stories: Scrapping for the Fall Season with Old School and Spellbound

My favorite season is right around the corner and I just couldn’t wait to get cozy in my scrapbook room and do a little fall scrapping with the Simple Stories Old School and Spellbound collections.
HIGH SCHOOL
The Old School collection was absolutely PERFECT for these photos of my son on his first day of high school last year.
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I adore the variety of school supplies included on the Old School 6×12 Sticker sheet. I layered a composition notebook and pencil below a clock I cut out from the 3×4 & 4×6 Journaling Card Elements paper.
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I used the “school” script word as part of my title adding it on top of the ruler sticker from the 6×12 Sticker sheet. The title and photos are anchored to the page with several strips of the ABC 123 Paper.
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I also created a cluster of school supplies at the bottom of the page and accented them by cutting out the chalkboard doodled stars from the patterned side of the 3×4 & 4×6 Journaling Card Elements paper.
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Finally, I sprinkled a bit of mist around the page along with the star stickers accented with clear gems.
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GHOULS NIGHT OUT
Halloween happens to be my favorite holiday and the one where I take the most pictures, so of course I couldn’t wait to pull out a few snapshots from last year and play with the Spellbound collection!
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I love the ornate frame stickers in this collection. I chose to fill the openings with the damask pattern of the 3×4 & 4×6 Journaling Card Elements paper and add additional stickers around them to create two clusters on my page. The first cluster is at the top left of my page …
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… and the second is to the right of the photos. Both clusters include a frame, pumpkin, purple roses, word stickers, and a sprinkling of bats and purple gems to tie them in with one another.
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The other black and white elements in each cluster also tie them together, but add variety to each cluster at the same time.
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I added in a title created from purple cardstock and my electronic die cutting machine. I layered this on top of the photos and decorative elements in order to connect the grouping together.
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More purple gems are sprinkled around the black and white stickers below my journaling. It almost feels like the bubbles of a witch’s brew around the page! Spooky!
Have you started to think about what you want to be for Halloween this year?
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Thanks for coming by!
JanaBold

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Scrapbook Page: Capture Life

We are in the last few days of summer and the kids are trying to soak up every minute while they still can. Thankfully, we are finished with all of the school shopping, so they are spending their days hanging with friends and enjoying their last few days of freedom  and a structure-free schedule.

While they have been playing … I have been playing, too! I’ve been creating some things for design teams that I will be sharing with you soon … but I have also been doing some “catch up” projects on my own.

Today’s page features a photo that I randomly snapped SEVEN years ago. I normally would pass by a snapshot like this … but I think with time, it has become more important to me. It’s a snapshot of my daughter at a church activity when she was 12 years old. All of these girls have moved on to bigger life things … some of the older girls are even married and pregnant! … and that is why it has become more special to me. It’s a snapshot in time that proves how fleeting the days can be!

CAPTURE LIFE

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I used the new Echo Park Paper “A Perfect Autumn” collection for this one. I began by building a pieced background … kind of like a cozy quilt … with machine stitching here-and-there.

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At the top of my photo, I created my own tabs using the Stampin’ Up Circle Tab Punch and Tabs for Everything Stamp Set. The circle on the tab was punched with a 3/4″ circle punch.

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I love the words and icons included with the stamp set. Here, I chose to decorate one with a simple heart and the word “remember.” On the other tab, I placed one of the A Perfect Autumn decorative brads.

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In the upper left corner of the page, I placed a chipboard tag tied with white twine and accented with a couple of stickers and decorative brads.

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The title was cut from the Yellow/Teal Coordinating Solid Paper with my Silhouette Cameo machine and the “Capture Life – Handwritten Phrase” cut file by Kolette Hall (Design #60843 from the Silhouette Design Store).

Next, I created a cute little scene with the Element Stickers, Frames & Tags Ephemera, and Decorative Brads at the bottom. How darling is that sweet fox?! I just love his swishy tail!

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OTHER SUPPLIES:
White Cardstock
Stampin’ Up Circle Tab Punch
Stampin’ Up Tabs for Everything Stamp Set
Silhouette Cameo 3 Machine
“Capture Life – Handwritten Phrase” cut file by Kolette Hall (Design #60843 in the Silhouette Design Store)
White Crochet Twine
Sewing Machine/Brown Thread
Black Journaling Pen
Scissors/Trimmer
Adhesive/Foam Squares

While I will miss my kids when they go back to school next week, working on this page made me excited to get in my scrapbook room again and work on documenting our family memories! I’m especially wanting to spend some time filling in the “holes” in our albums by seeking out the pictures and stories I may have passed by the “first time around.”

Wishing you a wonderful day!

JanaBold

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Bella Blvd: Baseball Popcorn Box Video

*Take me out to the ballllll-game! Take me out with the crowd!!!*

Hello, Friends! I’m up on the Bella Blvd. Blog today with a process video showing you how to create a Baseball themed Popcorn Box using the brand new Bella Blvd. Baseball collection!

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I am LOVING these adorable new sports collections! I think they would be so much fun to not only document your child’s sports memories, but how cute are they for creating treat boxes for team mates or to thank that special coach?!

I love the felt pennants adhered to wooden skewers adorning the top of this project!

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Add a quick and easy tag to the top of your treat by simply layering a few Ephemera die cuts together, punching a hole in the top, and tying it to your package using a bit of twine.

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The Ephemera die cuts look so cute layered together to decorate the front of the box. I added puffy stars stickers (Bell Pepper Mix) to the centers of the star die cuts for a bit more interest. I also added twine, and used different levels of foam squares for each piece. I love the way it looks!

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Do you have a sports lover in your life that would love a gift like this? Tuck in a jersey, some baseball cards, or even a ticket to their favorite teams’ game!

See you again soon!
JanaBold

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