Showing posts from April, 2017

Learning at DisneyWorld

We had barely gotten into Animal Kingdom and already we were learning! We were met on the path by a wonderful cast member who told the kids all about the spider she had in her clear box. Now, being a bit of a spider hater, I kept my distance. But my scrapbook does not discriminate - so I decided to use the sketch on Let's Get Sketchy for our spider pictures.
Their Sketch:

My Take:

To Create this layout: I used a double sided pattern paper I had in my stash - I apologize I do not know what the manufacture is.  Wild Card Cricut Cartridge - spider web Designer's Calendar Cricut Cartridge - spider Type Candy Font Cricut Cartridge - title font Recollections - washi tape glitter washi tape prima flowers stickers from my stash

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Vine Lady

Walking into Animal Kingdom was such a fun experience. Right off the bat we were greeted by some great cast members who gave the kids 1st Visit badges and explained where things were. Then we meet a Vine Lady. We almost didn't see here, she was so good at what she was. She moved enough to get our attention and that was all. She was beautiful and these pictures really don't do her justice. 
I decided to use a sketch from Sketch n Scrap for these pictures and I think it all worked together very well!
The Sketch:

My Take:

To Create this Layout: Bo Bunny - Back to the Basics paper  Tie the Knot Cricut Cartridge - vine border Cavorting - downloaded font - title The Paper Studio - Frame and banner stickers chipboard stickers from my stash 7 Gypsies - Unique - tab sticker stickels

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Animal Kingdom

I've been having so much fun scrapbooking our Disney World trip and I'm only just getting started! I found a sketch on Sketch n Scrap that worked great with the two pictures I took as we were getting ready to go into Animal Kingdom. There was a small coffee stand outside the entrance and we had skipped breakfast in our excitement for our fist Disney World park day- so perfect! 
The sketch:

My Take:

To Create the Layout I used: Echo Park - Jungle Safari paper and stickers Noah's ABC's Cricut Cartridge - title font, lion, and giraffe Zooballoo Cricut Cartridge - vine The First Few Years Cricut Cartridge - monkey stickles and distressing ink

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Epcot In the Spring: Challenge 299

This week at Fantabulous Cricut Challenge Blog we are hosting a challenge about a season that we have all been waiting for with great longing! Especially after the long winter that many of us just went through!!!


Challenge #299-Spring
Make a project about Spring.
The FCCB Design Team is sponsoring a $25 gift card at
Amazon! To qualify for the prize, be sure to use at least 1 Cricut cut on your project and if it's not obvious, let us know what cartridge you used. If you use a Cricut Explore machine, at least one cut must be from the Cricut catalog of images.
If it isn't a card, you will get two entries into the drawing!
Be sure to visit FCCB  May 1 for a huge, awesome prize challenge!
And now for my springy project! My family took a trip to Walt Disney World over spring break where Epcot was hosting their annual Flower and Garden Festival. What could be a more perfect topic/theme for a spring layout?
Check out a sample of what we saw at Epcot:

To create this layout I used th…

Let's Scrap - Dinosaurs

Let's Scrap has another fabulous sketch up on the blog that you simply must check out! I loved this one. At first I was a bit intimidated by it and thought how can I make this less pictures. But, then after looking through all our Disney World pictures from our recent trip I realized I had the perfect pictures for this sketch and tackled the sketch just as it is! 
Check out the sketch: 

And now my take on it:

To create this layout I used the following supplies: Paper Echo Park: Jungle Safari pattern paper DCWV: The White Ginger paper stack DCWV: The Nantucket paper stack Cricut Cartridges Dino Play: Dinosaur title Dinosaur Tracks: T-Rex and Raptor diecuts 3 Birds on Parade: "ride" title Prehistoric Party: Pteranodon wrap, Brachiosaurus wrap, and dinosaur mask Stretch Your Imagination: Scalloped Frame The First Few Years: Pointy Border Frame Other Simple Stories: Say Cheese II stickers Recollections: washi tape

And now a closer look:

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Study and Learn

It's time for another great sketch from Let's Scrap Challenge blog! This is a fun one to play around with, so get inspired and play along!
This is sketch worked perfectly with what I wanted to do with these photos of my kids during homeschool. We did this fun experiment with a volcano using The Magic School Bus science kit that I was able to highlight using the right side of the sketch. With the left side, I didn't have good photos to put eight small photos so I made them two 4x6s instead. I think it worked out pretty good!

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So here is the incredible sketch by Mich

To Create this layout I used: 
Recess Cricut Cartridge: titles Graphically Speaking Cricut Cartridge: ABC Frame Bits and Pieces Cricut Cartridge: tag SVG free downloads from onling: teacher facts, paper clip border, and star border DCWV: The Kidlet paper stack Echo Park: Teacher Pet element stickers Fancy Pants: Off to School chipboard sticker…