New Design Team Reveal Coming Soon!

Here at Disney Creative Co. we feel the saying “The more, the merrier!” could not be more true!

Whether it is Disney-inspired DIY home décor and papercrafts, amazing memories from the Disney Parks or even people we’ve become friends with through Disney Creative Co.!

As we grow and expand to make you, our guests, feel welcome and included here at DCC, it is also important that we bring you more original content by talented contributors. So with that, we are excited to share with you that we have a shiny new Design Team that we will be announcing VERY soon because…”the more, the merrier!”

We know you will be inspired even more by the talented designers that will be joining us! So stay tuned for the big reveal of our new and amazing Design Team!


We must apologize for not including some amazing work by our current Team for last week’s “Once Upon A Stash” Challenge.

Both Michelle and Natalie shared some fantastic projects for using 6×6 paper pads, so let’s take a look!

Michelle used four different sheets from her 6″ x 6″ paper pad and made four very distinct and equal quadrants on her page. This technique might have made the entire page look rather blocky if she had used an even number of photos, but because Michelle used one singular and colorful photo of Mickey Mouse as her focal point, it works beautifully to soften any “squareness” of the page. The photo overlaps the intersecting squares and draws the eye to the center so that the quadrants carry less visual “weight”. Michelle also used two adorable snowflake dies from our sister site: Scraps & Ink Crafts on Etsy.


Along with the snowflake dies, Michelle further softens the squares by using colorful washi and lots of round, layered elements in the form of the ornaments and Mickey heads on her page.

The addition of the wooden Santa and Mickey shapes tucked behind the photo really give a sense of whimsy to Michelle’s page! Love it!


Design Team Member Natalie is our resident Master of Everything Pocket Pages!

We love how she created each pocket like its own little piece of art, yet there is just enough of a tie in from one pocket to the next to create a cohesive look for the entire page.

This technique easily encourages the eye to effortlessly move around the page from one pocket to the next to take in the entire image. One pocket never feels heavier visually than the others.

Natalie used the fun “Film Strip” die by Scraps & Ink Crafts for added texture and dimension behind her photos. She created more dimension with foam mounting tape to “lift” some of her elements off the page as well.

The bits of Ariel washi and purple Mickey paperclip, both from Scraps & Ink Crafts, really add a bit of whimsy to the page and convey a sense of playfulness.

We are so thankful for Michelle and Natalie sharing their wonderful and inspiring work!

Now it’s your turn to take on this challenge for your chance to win authentic Disney merchandise!

Whether you’re a scrapbooker, card-maker, altered artist or bujo journal junkie you’re challenge is to use 6″ x 6″ papers in your project!

Don’t have 6″ x 6″ paper pads in your stash? No worries! Just trim down any larger papers to 6″ x 6″, grab your glue and get your craft on!


Deadline to enter is Friday, January 7th 11:59 PM (MDT).

Good luck and have a magical day!