Papercrafting in all of its many forms! Scrapbooking, planners, pocket pages, mini-albums notebooks, art journals, tags and cards…oh my!

making a splash by kristin fougeron

As you can tell by most of my pages, I usually never cut a straight line and this page is no different!! The kids love to see how wet mom gets from this ride. They think that is what Splash Mountain at Disneyland is all about!! I pulled out some of my western paper and some papers that matched the pictures and I usually like to find a piece that has all the colors in the pictures. I used some old October Afternoon paper and embellishments, different alphabets, made a banner out of a bandana, and used some modeling

bus stop selfie by kristin fougeron

This is a selfie that we always take while waiting for the bus to go to the different parks. These pictures were taken right before going to Epcot for the Flower and Garden Festival. I tried to add some paper that reminded me of the Epcot ball and some fun flowers scattered all over the page. I love to layer embellishments- be it fussy cut flowers, stickers, cut files, chipboard, enamel dots and flair- I am so in! Here are some close-ups of my page: Hope you have a magical day!!

say cheese by niki rowland

We’re loving this fun and vibrant page that Niki created for us using fantastic dies cuts from Scraps & Ink Crafts. Niki used three large Mickey head cutting dies to create distinct “quadrants” for her other elements to cluster in, each one bursting with magical touches! Her top left Mickey showcases a variety of fun elements including a bright blue paperclip Mickey and a glittery sequin padded appliqué- both by Scraps & Ink Crafts. Niki went beyond the basic die cut silhouette of a suitcase-toting Mickey that she used here and created layers for her travel, mouse.

dreams come true by morag cutts

Morag has completely blown us away with this adorable page! The overall design with the classic Disney colors on a white background is perfect, but just LOOK at those amazing acrylic embellishments by Bramble Fox! We love how she used both white and black stitching on her large paper elements in the background. This really gives each piece more definition. Those embellishments tho! Besides using a variety of fun acrylic pieces, Morag also tucked a lovely lux pearl Mickey paper clip behind the top of her photo for a bit of softness and femininity. What true princess can resist

beautiful view by nancy burke

Hi everyone! When creating this page, I wanted to keep the focus on this gorgeous photo with the bright pink flowers in the foreground. I felt like I needed to keep the number of colors minimal using only blues pulled from the blue skies and pinks from the flowers. The wood-grain paper along the top and bottom reminds me of walking along the boardwalk and serves as a visual stopping point to redirect the eye back to the photo with the vertically running slats. After using my electronic cutter (Silhouette Cameo) to cut the title, I wanted it

sugar rush by youngmi an

It is a known, scientific fact that food tastes even better when it is Mickey shaped. I wanted it to look as if sprinkles were falling down my layout. I started with drops of shimmery colorful mist, stamped tiny stars, and then added those adorable Mickey treats die cuts. The teeny Mickeys that get punched from the cup and Dole Whip dies make the perfect sprinkles so be sure to save those! I used Scraps & Ink Crafts’ Mickey tag die to make a little journaling tag. By the way, the Mickey & Minnie cupcake paperclips

howdy by michelle sinclair

What’s not to love about this bright, happy page by Michelle? We love how she created the cluster in the center with lots of fun layers and shapes without overwhelming her photo. This style- using a wide variety of papers and embellishments in one large cluster- might be overwhelming with multiple photos because the eye would not know where to rest, but by using one singular photo that is not visually busy, it creates the perfect balance and keeps the focus on the photo. Michelle does an excellent job highlighting the photo even further by using the cork letters

dream by youngmi an

We are just so in love with this beautiful layout by Youngmi!! Could the photos of her adorable niece be any cuter?! A light and airy page with gentle colors creates a magical, ethereal effect to showcase her photos of a perfect little princess. The glitter “Dream” title piece and delicate white and vellum snowflake dies by Scrap & Ink Crafts makes us swoon! We’re thankful to Youngmi for sharing such a lovely, “dreamy” page.

big smiles by niki rowland

Bright and fun, this page perfectly captures a visit to Chef Mickey’s by using a variety of our favorite products by Scraps & Ink Crafts and Bramble Fox. We just LOVE Niki’s style and ability to combine different manufacturers and products into one cohesive look! By cutting out the center of her page in this large Mickey shape, Niki creates a perfect framed area to tuck her adorable photo in with some fun layered elements. So many fun details and embellishments are included on this page! The acrylic frame and view-master reel are perfect for this photo

stay sweet by nancy burke

This page was inspired by everyone’s (well, almost everyone’s) favorite tropical treat. I think my daughters are missing the chromosome that makes people love Dole Whips so much! At least I know I’ll always get to finish theirs. I wanted to add lots of texture to this page with leaf die cuts and floral accents. Some of the leaves were cut from mulberry paper that I lightly attached to cardstock with adhesive spray to make them rigid and easier to handle when die cutting. Other leaves were cut from a leaf patterned paper using a cutting die as

make a wish by morag cutts

This page by Morag for Bramble Fox is so adorable! She has done it again with her amazingly detailed acrylic pieces. I think we are going to need those for all of our future Disney projects The white space of the page is perfectly balanced by Morag’s use of three distinct clusters, creating a visual triangle. This is a tried-and-true technique that keeps the eye circling back around for a closer look! With those amazing details and embellishments, you will definitely want to take a closer look! We are totally swooning over this detailed acrylic piece designed

love by niki rowland

What a magical page Niki has created! Sticking with a traditional Disney color scheme always works with pictures of Mickey and Minnie. Love the LOVE silhouette cut backed with fun patterned paper! How many Mickey shapes can you find on this page? There are oodles and each one is cuter than the last! We think it’s just so clever that Niki added her photos behind the silhouette cut Mickey head that replaces the letter “O” in the word LOVE. Speaking of LOVE- we love those cupcake paperclips! Those mouse head padded appliqués add even more fun

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