Sunday, September 1, 2013

Watch your Head!

This is for a Challenge on Disney Scrappers forum.  I scrapped Chip and Dale's house in Toon Town.  It's a cute little tree house and fun for the kids to climb up and down the stairs, but there really isn't much to it.  I had a hard time finding things to take pictures of.

This layout is based on Sketch #8 from Sketch Savvy.
I used Happy Campers paper from We R Memory Keepers.  It is really cute!  And will go with several more pictures I have of other things around the parks.

 I made the acorns by cutting them out of chipboard and the wood grained papers and then adhering the paper to the chipboard and inking the edges.  I tied the twine around the tops to make a banner and then hand cut the leaves from the leaf paper and positioned them among the acorns and twine.

 My kitten had to get in on the action too!  He loves to help with all parts of scrapbooking including photo shoots.
 I made these by punching circle from some of the patterned paper and then layering then with pop dots and leaves.
 The branches are also a Tim Holtz die, the Bird Branch die without the bird.
 The title is chipboard and the blue wood grain paper cut from a Tim Holtz Alphabet die.
And that's all there is to that ladies and gentlemen.  Not much to it, but I like it, love the colors and the paper and the acorn banners are fun!


Laura Jean (LJ) said...

What a cute page! I think the items you chose to photograph are perfect, I've been to disney many times and would not even think to photograph something like this (and I'm looking for new stuff to photograph each time I go).

Bobbi said...

I love the Chip and Dale house, it is soooo cute and the area around it is cute too. You are right there is nothing to see, but you did a great job showing it off. Love the paper and all of the details are perfect!!

Susan Stringfellow said...

go feed that skinny boy! He is just so darn cute. Love this layout and I really like the lightness of the layout to show off your photos. LOVE the acorns and I may have to try to get my hands on these papers so I can do a page with my photo of the tree.