Monday, October 17, 2011

Halloween in Disney

Good morning to you! I hope you had a great weekend! I spent the majority of it cleaning, doing laundry, and sorting clothes. I did manage to squeak in a bit of crafting here and there though. I have this habit of NOT scrapping in order.......just another part of me that is totally disorganized and chaotic! ; ) I usually scrap what I am in the mood for.....what inspires me at that moment. And since Halloween is creeping up I thought I'd pull some old photos of my kids from 5 years ago. It made me a bit nostalgic to see how little they look in these pictures. How 5 years has flown by.........

We spent our Halloween at Disney World, which we absolutely loved! The kids loved dressing up, trick or treating there, the parade, and seeing their favorite characters walking around. I used my Cricut Expression and the Happily Ever After cartridge to cut the castle at 11" I used all of the layer functions for the castle as well. The title was cut using the Mickey Font cartridge.
I love popping up smaller photos with dimensional foam circles for added depth and interest.

My castle was dressed up with rub ons, sequins, and pearls.

The title here was also popped up.....and a couple of pumpkin stickers were added. Oh! And did I mention glitter was added to the stream? ; )

I have a busy day ahead of me! Work, therapy with Cort, dinner, homework.......you know, the usual! Have a great day my friends!!!

7 comments:

Regina said...

What a great scrapbooking page. Kids do have a way of growing up fast and leaving us wondering when all this happened.

Cricut Couple said...

This is Wonderful! I just love how you used B&W pictures. It just makes the wonder of the page so much more interesting! Love it!

Carolyn/MamaC said...

Great layout! I love the idea of popping out pictures! I have never thought of that! Thanks!
Carolyn
http://cccscraproom.blogspot.com

Mel said...

The castle looks 3-D, great page. I scrap randomly too..

shellybob said...

Michelle, where did you get the "real" Disney font? The one you use for "Disney" on your page?

Michele said...

The word Disney came from the Mickey's Font cartridge. : )

Denise Marzec said...

Oh my word, how COOOL is that!!