Hi there! I am seriously having so much fun crafting every day. It is something I can look forward to while I am doing the laundry and other boring chores around the house. What time of day do you get your crafty fun time? Mine is usually at night.
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Would you like to take a journey into the early nineties with me? The photo I used on my layout today is from 1993!! Yes, that is me as a little girl! We were heading aboard on my first Disney Cruise so I thought it was appropriate to scrapbook this photo with a Disney cartridge.
This layout was made using the new Disney Best of Pixar cartridge. Click on the photo to see a larger version.
- The fish was cut at 3inches using the following Stampin’ UP Cardstocks: Basic Black, Marina Mist, Daffodil Delight, Crushed Curry (retired), Baja Breeze, and Pacific Point.
- The seaweed pieces were cut at 7inches (the ones on the left) and 8 inches (the ones on the right) using the following colors: Wild Wasabi, Certainly Celery, and Pear Pizazz.
- The ground was cut at 2.75inches tall, which was the size that it picked when I used a 12X12 piece of cardstock and pressed the fit to page button. The piece ended up cutting 11.25inches long, which was perfect for my page because I wanted to have the yellow mat around the whole page.
- To make the sand, I used the Copic airbrush system from iCopic.com. I just used a lighter brown shade to accent the Kraft cardstock.
- The patterned paper is from the Echo Park Summertime collection.
- The alphas are Thickers from American Crafts (these ones happen to be available in the SP and Company store.
- The base cardstock is Stampin’ UP’s Daffodil Delight textured cardstock.