As soon as I saw this die, I envisioned those adorable balloons filled with colorful confetti and glitter! It took a bit of time and patience to turn this Pooh Bear die into a “shaker” piece but soooo worth it! The frame and insert would be adorable in a child’s room decorated with primary colors, but it could be made in any number of color combinations to match any décor and be given as a special gift for a new parent. How about the Pooh Bear outline cut from a faded butter yellow wearing a light sage top?
From a galaxy not-so-far away! Whether it's to celebrate a birthday, Star Wars Day (May 4th), or just to say "I love you", this card trio is perfect for the ultimate Star Wars fan! I love using fun and interesting fonts for my card sentiments. I used several different ones for this set. A quick google search can result in thousands of free options to upload into your own Word program. Simply print, cut, and add your own sentiments to your cards and projects! Oh how I adore this R2 cutting die! He's made from four layers
Thanks to Morag, OWNER at Bramble Fox, for creating this memory Dex box and card for us! She used some of her own exclusive (and soooo cute) acrylic pieces mixed with items by Scraps & Inks Crafts for a memorable project that showcases favorite photos from a family trip to Walt Disney World. She covered her box with papers in classic black and white patterns- a perfect way to showcase her cards and photos without distracting from them. Memory Dex boxes and cards like this are a great way to have a grouping of favorite photos or memorable
I was happy to be asked to help celebrate the launch of the new website-Disney Creative Co.-by making a scrapbook layout. When I received the product that I’d be working with, I was intrigued to use the dies. Until a couple weeks ago, I didn’t own a manual die cutting machine. A neighbor handed hers down to me, so this is the first time I’ve used manual dies for a layout! I immediately thought to make this parade watching page in my Disney 2016 album. Believe it or not, this parade was the only time we saw Mickey Mouse
We just love these pocket pages that Tanya created to share her thoughts about her upcoming trip to Walt Disney World! Her method of documenting it so well is truly inspiring! Clean, crisp lines and Tanya’s choice of bright and primary colors really make the elements pop against the white background. Tanya cut the castle from grey cardstock using a metal cutting die from Scraps & Ink Crafts and backed it with ruby red glittered paper for a bit of sparkle. The chipboard yellow heart and quote is a lovely sentiment! An adorable Minnie Mouse cupcake
I love to have a stash of cards handy in case I need one at the last minute and know I won’t have time to stop at the store. This card was super easy and could work for just about anyone’s birthday! The Mickey and Minnie balloons die cut worked great to cut this red mylar paper I had on hand. I knew I needed a bold paper so that it didn’t get lost visually with that bright polka-dot background paper. I think I accomplished this rather well! I swapped out the trailing balloon “strings” with black cardstock