Okay, back to the actual scrapbooking. I finished four more from the pile making it a grand total of 11 finished layouts and 9 to go. So let's get started.
I got this paper (no idea who the manufacturer is) at a Black Friday sale in Oakhurst, CA when we were there for Thanksgiving several years ago. I made three page kits out of it, one for me, my mom and sister. Just now getting pictures on it. You would think I would put pictures of that Thanksgiving, but seeing as I live in California, there really wasn't anything in our pictures that matched the paper. LOL!
Thankfully, Disneyland goes all out in the Fall, as evidenced in these photos.
Casey at the Bat game awhile back on a layout. This one features two more of the games. This was back in 2009, so some things may have changed a little since then.
I thought this layout was based on Sketch Savvy Sketch, but I can't find it, so it may be based on a layout by Susan Stringfellow from her Creatively Savvy blog. Either way, she does awesome work and you need to check her out! I used various October Afternoon papers for this layout.
This next layout was done for a class and I found this awesome Daisy D's paper on clearance and had to use it. I miss Daisy D's! I also used some Inque Boutique stamps designed by none other than, Susan Stringfellow! Yep, I'm a fan. I should have a tag for her on my blog like I do for Tim Holtz. ;-D
In June of 2009 we went to Disneyland for my mom's birthday. Boy did we celebrate! We started the day with the Chip and Dale breakfast at the Storyteller's Cafe, and then moved on to lunch at the Big Thunder Ranch BBQ in Disneyland. This was back when it first re-opened and it was also during the year of celebration, so they were calling it the Celebration Round-Up. When you first entered, you got pics with a character and then later on, some of the characters wandered around to tables for pictures. There are no characters at the meal now.
When you first entered the BBQ, you got a picture with a character. We got Chip and Dale. We are all cracking up in this pic because my dad had his pin on from the breakfast, so Chip and Dale said it was good to see us again, they recognized us from breakfast. LOL!
During the year of celebration, they made a big deal out of birthdays. Miss Chris saw my dad in his cowboy hat (he always stands out and people always call him Cowboy) and she came over to our table to chat with Mom and Dad. She found out it was Mom's birthday and let Mom ring the dinner bell. I have to do a separate matching single page layout of Miss Chris hugging Mom for her birthday. It is really cute!
This layout was also done for a class using K & Company paper. I had a LOT of it.