What’s not to love about this month’s “Incredi-Sketch” designed by our very own Kristin?

I’m seeing those narrow strips and envisioning rows of pretty patterned papers, fun washi, lovely ribbons…the possibilities are endless! Spots for 4 photos AND journaling? Yes please. 🙂

February “Incredi-Sketch” by Kristin Fougeron: 

Of course, the Incredi-Sketch was easily tackled by our “Incredi-TEAM”! Check out the Design Team’s amazing job interpreting this sketch and making it their own.

“Curiouser” by Lacey Robin:

Lacey’s colorful background made from strips of patterned paper and washi is simply fabulous! We love that it does not compete with her photos, but rather, it compliments them beautifully. Having a clean white border around her black & white photos, along with the large black and pink flowers tucked underneath, ensures the photos do not get lost amidst the fun patters and colors of the background.

“Curiouser” by Lacey Robin- close-up:

The turquoise polka dot washi, black floral washi and orange floral washi from Scraps & Ink Crafts are a fun element to use and match her patterned papers perfectly. Bits of gold paint splatter give her page a lovely touch of shimmer!

“Tale As Old As Time” by Natalie Strand:

Natalie went with a soft and dreamy look for this beautiful page after being inspired to turn the sketch on its side.

“Tale As Old As Time” by Natalie Strand- close-up 1:

We can’t help but fall in love with her details and layers of pretty embellishments. That pink felt and pearl Mickey-inspired paperclip is just perfect! Like Lacey, Natalie also incorporated strips of washi from Scraps & Ink Crafts with her patterned paper and decorative-edged cardstock strips. The different lengths mimic towers of a castle straight out of a fairytale!

“Tale As Old As Time” by Natalie Strand- close-up 2:

Speaking of fairytale, we are enchanted with Natalie’s story behind the photo of she and her prince tucked behind her photo. The tiny pink Mickey head is from the Scraps & Ink Crafts “Dream” facets collection and adds just a touch of sparkle and shine.

“Make Some Magic” by Michelle Sinclair”

Michelle created this lovely page with her amazing photos of the castle illuminated during the fireworks celebration for the 50th Anniversary of Magic Kingdom! Like Natalie, Michelle’s page captures a magical moment straight out of a fairytale! Sparkly pink washi from Scraps & Ink Crafts is a beautiful touch.

Who doesn’t love a fairytale! Of course, a fairytale isn’t complete without a princess!

“Princess” by Kristin Fougeron: 

Kristin created alternating pink and blue strips for her page about her family meeting the Princesses. Cinderella washi was a perfect choice of embellishment for this page!

“Princess” by Kristin Fougeron- close-up: 

Kristin also used a lovely pink facet for just a bit of sparkle on her page, along with a resin “candy” Minnie.

Love This Ride! by Vicki Von Richter:

How cute is that Mr. Potato Head? Vicki’s use of this cut file is impressive and oh-so-adorable! We agree with Vicki’s son and LOVE that ride too!

“Let’s Dance” by Jackie Ashton:

It’s not often that so many princesses are together, so we just love these photos that Jackie captured in Disneyland, Paris.

“Let’s Dance” by Jackie Ashton- close-up:

Jackie added these beautiful and sparkly appliques to her page and we think they are the perfect finishing touch!

“Go Wild” by Emily Adams:

Emily created her entire background using only washi from the Animal Kingdom set found at Scraps & Ink Crafts.

The glittery leaves add a bit of sparkle, while the wooden mouse head adds a natural element to the page.

“Spirit of America” by Heather Ribble:

We love Heather’s crisp clean strips of patterned paper that perfectly conveys the precision of the Fife & Drum Corps that perform at the American Adventure Pavilion in EPCOT.

Now it’s your turn to play along for your chance to win authentic Disney merchandise.

Use the sketch to create something truly magical and “Disney-inspired.” Participants will have until the end of the month to complete the challenge and upload it to the gallery and forum to receive one entry into the monthly drawing.

As always, even though we are a “tad” partial to scrapbooking, we also love to see a variety of craft projects, so sky’s the limit on what you can create for this challenge!

For more detailed instructions on how to participate visit the FORUM.

Deadline to enter is Friday, March 4th 11:59 PM (MDT).

Good luck and have a magical day!