I am still working through this pile!
But again, they get the job done and memories are documented, which is my main goal.
This layout is based on Sketch Savvy Sketch #47 . I turned it into a two-pager and used Cosmo Cricket Material Girl paper. I think the colors are perfect for the very bright and colorful Winnie the Pooh ride in Disneyland's Critter Country. The title is what Pooh is saying during his dream in the ride.
I sewed on the page with some fun variegated thread. If you look closely you can see the change in color.
Of course, a Hidden Mickey!!
This page is some very old K & Company. I used my Tink and Friends cartridge to cut the Fawn title, but it took so much work that I didn't have the fortitude to cut another one for Silvermist. LOL! These pictures were taken on the first day that Pixie Hollow was open back in October of 2008. I actually believe this was a soft opening day. We waited in line ForEVer! Fawn and Silvermist loved my pumpkin ears.
This two-pager uses K & Company paper too. I guess I was on a K & Company thing back then. I thought this paper went so well with a series of Matterhorn pictures that I took with a friend once. It was fun wandering around the different sides of the mountain and trying to get pictures of it with the flowers and trees in front.
The fonts I used for the title are Lifestyle Crafts (formerly known as QuicKutz) dies as are the fern leaves.
I added some Distress Stickles to the paper to add some interest and texture to the paper. I love it!
You guessed it, more K & Company paper! I added some corduroy covered brads from Bazzill in brown and red for some very simple embellishments. I didn't want anything more for this layout. Title is again three different alpha dies from Lifestyle Crafts.
This layout documents my first day ever alone in the park. Mr. Diva was working in Anaheim for a couple of days and I decided to join him. We stayed across the street from Disneyland, so I decided to go into the parks by myself during the day and he would join me in the evenings.
This may be difficult for some of you to believe, but I actually had a severe case of characterphobia up to the this point. I had only take ONE picture with a character, Tigger, and that was a sacrifice so my sister could have her picture with Eeyore. Tigger was being a camera hog and I was there to distract him. It was frightening.