Friday, December 31, 2010

Project Thirty-seven

Good Morning Everyone!
Happy Friday to all!

So I planned this project at the beginning of the week because I picked up the girls Thursday ....
and they are here till Sunday afternoon. We are hoping to have full custody at the end of this month.

OK so this is a really cute card I made using my Gypsy. You could use Design Studio also!!
This is for one of our adopted "nieces". We have been friends with their parents for many years, so we got the honorary titles of Aunt and Uncle. She is having her 12th Birthday next week.

The recipe is below the pictures. But I want to explain I used Cri-Kits for the sentiment on the inside of the card. I took pictures of the Cri-Kits so everyone can see what they are and how they work.
I will add the link to where you buy your own Cri-Kits they are so much fun!!

This is the card

This is the inside of the card........This is Gypsy Font using my Cri-Kits and Gypsy
This is the Cri-Kits The purple metal part is the actual part that goes in the Cricut.

A close up of the pen in the holder.

This is what it looks like in the Cricut


Cartridge: Disney Happily Ever After and the font I used was Gypsy Wondering
The dress is actually two icons welded together. to for the base of the card
page 44
1. the shadow base/icon with the shift key
    at 4 inches
2. copy that image, mirror it, then flip it then move the image so the edges of the top of the dress are touching. Weld the two pieces together.

OK so I opened another page in my Gypsy with layer 1 being able to been seen so  then used Gypsy Font to write Happy Birthday Cari , I was able to see the outline of the dress so I knew where to put the words.

OK so the dress part of the front of the card is Page  44
The base of the dress is the Icon key cut at 4 inches
the paper is from DCWV 8x8 Sweet Stack

The top of the dress is the Icon with the Shift key
the paper is Stampin Up Regal Rose
I then glittered the top
then put Glossy on top using two coats.

I cut the images on layer 1 Then I did not unload the mat
I went to layer two on my Gypsy. Then I took out my blade housing and put in the Cri-kit And "cut" the second layer. The second layer never really cut on the dress I used the pen to write.

If you have any questions please feel free to ask ... oh yeah here is the link to Cri-Kits

Thanks for looking everyone!

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Project Thirty-six

Welcome back to Disney Scrapping.
OK so the last project was my oldest daughter's sign for her door,
so here is my youngest daughter's sign.

Her room is all about Disney Princess! So I made her sign using Cinderella and some bling!
Recipe is below!!


Pattern paper is from a stack by DCWV
cut down to 8.5 x 11

Cartridge: Disney Pooh Font
The name was cut at 2.5 inches
the word room was cut at 2.25 inches

Cartridge: Happily Ever After
page: 29
Cut at 6.25 inches
paper was all stampin up
I added all the bling to make my little one happy
I added Stickles to the eyes and to the mouth for extra sparkle.
The lace was just a scrap I had in my box.

Thanks for Looking

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Project Thirty-five

I hope you all had a wonderful and crafty Christmas!
Hubby and I decided that we would order our own gifts this year. This year was our first year as playing "Santa" and having to get parent gifts. We had a great time!

OK so most of you know my hubby and I are adopting two beautiful girls age 7 and 9. Well this is the first time they have had their own separate bedrooms, which they are very happy about. So I made signs for each girls door. One room was themed around Tinkerbell and the other room is Disney Princess.
This is the sign I made for my oldest daughter's room.

The full sign

Close up of Tinkerbell

Paper is regular 8.5 x 11
some pink I had laying around
The purple pattern paper I had as a scrap of something

Cartridge: Tinkerbell and Friends
page 34
cut at 6.5 inches

Cartridge: Hello Kitty Font
I fused the words together using my Gypsy
cut at 2.5 inches

Then I finished it by adding Stickles to Tinkerbell wings and to the bottom of the page

Thanks for looking

Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Cristmas and Happy Holidays!

I want to thank you all for visiting my blog this year. I wish everyone a Happy Holidays for those who do not celebrate Christmas .... and a Merry Christmas to all who do. The blog is taking off really well. I am on a LONG list to have VK Designs do the graphics so the blog had a more organized feel to it.

OK so we are one 91 followers .. If we make it to 100 you know I have to do a give away. I have changed how I am doing those. I have had so many issues with the mail here I have been doing gift certificates from online shops. The last one we did was from Custom Crops. Maybe will pick a different store next time.

Have a Great Holiday..

Look for a new project Sunday ....

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Happy Sunday

I hope everyone is having a great Sunday. We picked up the girls this morning and have them till Wednesday. We are going to celebrate Christmas together on Monday since we will not be together on Christmas. We are going to have some fun together. We have craft time planned for Tuesday, so I am hoping we can do something for the blog. But I also have some really cute door signs I made for each girls room. They wanted them to say "STAY OUT" but I kept that off to keep them simple. I wish you all a great Sunday!

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Project Thirty - four

OK so I love Robyn over at My Pink Stamper and she is doing a 12 days tills Christmas event on her blog. Well a few days ago she was doing a color challenge. The challenge was to use 2 shades of pink, 2 shades of blue and black. I think the prize is one of her awesome stamp sets. Which I am hoping my hubby has taken the written hint that I have left him for my Christmas presents LOL

OK so for the challenge I made a tag to attach to a batch of cookies I am giving as a gift to my hubby's co-workers. Each one get a tin of cookies so I thought since I hadn't made the tags yet I might as well make one to go with the challenge. I turned out so cute....I making them all look like this. So here is my entry for Robyn's challenge. Recipe is below!

This is the whole tag

A close up of "me" and my cookies!
Sorry about the glare!


Paper is from DCWV Winter  8x8 stacks
Cartridge is Tags, Bags, Boxes and More
OK so I got this cartridge as part of the Gypsy free ones so I don't have a page number
     so it is the main image PLUS the shift key and one your gypsy or plastic layover is the top row ninth
     from the left.
Cut at 6 inches ...I cut both images six inches.
Blue paper I ran through my cuddlebug using a Embossing folder Stampin Up Northern
Pattern Paper I just used 2.5 inches of the bottom
**I wanted to stamp Merry Christmas some where but realized I don't own one**

Face for my doll is from Peachy Keen PK 490 Everyday Character Face Assortment
I then used my White Signo Pen to color the eyes. I lover their stamps.

Paper Doll
Cartridge: EDPD
Cut at 3.75
Body is page 28 with the blackout feature
Hair is page 61 with headwear feature
Dress is page 73 main image paper is DCWV Sweet Stacks
Apron is page 73 main feature with Shift key
     OK so then in my Gypsy I fused a mickey head from Mickey Font at .25 so when the apron cut a mickey head would be on.
Shoes is page page 44 I added the white dots with my signo pen
Spoon and Spatula is page 73 with the Accessories 2 and shift button
     I added details with the Signo pen

OK so for the cookies
The tray is a rectangle from Plantin Schoolbook
cut at like 1 inch
The cookies are my favorite shape in the world
Cartridge Mickey font
Page 133 cut each at .5 inches
I then brushed the edges with Stampin Up Chocolate Chip Ink

Thanks for looking!!

Friday, December 17, 2010

Hello Thursday New Disney Cartridges!!

OK so many of us have asked for these two new up and coming cartridges. We keep asking for more Disney and guess what ..... They keep giving us new Disney Cartridges!!

OK so I swiped the images from a Hello Thursday Blog Obsessed with Scrapbooking
so stop by and see the other Hello Thursday cartridges!! But here are the new Disney ones!! YEAH!!

Are you all EXCITED as I am!! This is awesome!!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Project Thirty-Three

OK so I am sorry I meant to post this a few days ago. I am so trying to get used to work, hubby and 2 beautiful girls. Plus finding time to craft. I am so lucky that this past weekend was the girls first over night visit. Well to my happiness the girls wanted to craft!! We made cards for their foster mom. They got to pick out the image and colors for their cards. Then they decorated them and write nice things to her. I couldn't have been prouder! We used Create a Critter with them, because the cuts are so easy for little ones.

OK so on to today's project. The last project I showed was for my oldest child's life book. And the pictures I used were the first photo hubby and I were given ans the second picture on the page was from the day we first meet. So I keep the same style for my little ones. My older daughter's room is all Tinkerbell while my little one is all Disney Princess.

So I made a 12x12 Layout for her two photos using Disney Happily Ever After Cartridge. So here are the pictures with recipe below! I made these using my Gypsy. Man I am so in love with that little machine!!

This is the main page
Close up on the Tiara
Close Up on the Phrase
Better view of the castle

Background paper is Sandy Lion Cinderella Purple
Frames are a basic pink cut at 4.75 squares
I layered Prima Flowers and added a pink brad to the middle

Cartridge: Happily Ever After
page 42
Cut at 7.34 inches
I used the Shadow feature in pale pink
The main image is black
Flesh Layer is green
Flesh Layer with Shift Yellow
Outfit Layer is purple
Outfit layer with shift is blue

Cartridge: Happily Ever After
page 45
Shadow with shift is Dark Pink
Icon is yellow
Icon with Shift is pale pink
I then added some yellow stickles to the yellow line

Cartridge: Gypsy Font
cut at 1.67 inches
I then scooted the letters closer to each other then welded them
so to cut one phrase
I then took the word and ran it through my xyron sticker machine then covered in pink glitter from Micheal's dollar bin

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Project Thirty-Two

So I have got my mojo back and I thinks it's running away with me!

OK so for today's project, I have made a layout.
Many of you know my husband and I are adopting two beautiful girls. So I am starting their life books.
I have chosen themes for their rooms and have kept the themes for their life books.
One child is Tinkerbell while the other and younger one is Disney Princess.
So the pages I am creating first are the first page in their life books.

I am doing the Tinkerbell page today ... can you guess what my next project will be LOL
OK so I did a Tinkerbell Layout.
I have left room for 2 photos. The first photo is for the photo I got when I first was chosen to be their mom. The second photo is the first family snap shot we took this weekend.

So here is the first page
This is a close up of the tiny mushroom and Tinkerbell

This is a close up of the word Believe!
Which means so so much to us...

OK so here is the recipe

Background Paper: EK Success Pixie Dust
Picture Frames: Stampin Up So Saffron cut at 4.75 x 4.75 inches
then I added some ribbon I think this is from Target

Tree Info
Cartridge: Tinkerbell and Friends
Page 68
all cut at 8 inches
Shadow in Stampin up Basic Black
Tree is Stampin Up Chocolate Chip
The leaves are Stampin Up Green Galore

Mushroom Info
Cartridge: Tinkerbell and Friends
Page 69
cut at 2.25 inches
Shadow in Black
Main Image in Chocolate Chip
Flesh layer is Stampin Up Crumb Cake
Flesh layer with shift is Stampin Up Real Red
OK so here was my fun part
I tried to cut the tiny flowers to go at the base but at this size it was not working
If anyone knows the proper settings to cut at this tiny size please SHARE THEM!!!
So what I did do was use Aqua Glue and some blue Flocking powder to make little blue flowers
Then I used Stampin up Bright Brads to be the centers

Word Believe
cartridge: Tinkerbell and Friends
page 29
Filigree layer
cut at 2.25
Once cut I placed the image face down
in my 5 inch Xyron Sticker maker
then I sprinkled LaJolle Ice Crystals Glitter all of the top

she is from Sandy Lion
a group of stickers I have.
I wanted to use my cricut but sometimes cutting at this tiny size is not easy
with the tiny cuts.

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Sorry I have been soooo MIA

I am so sorry. I was sooo sick and I lost my mojo for awhile but it is coming I am starting to craft big we just had our first visit with the girls it looks like my angels will be here for Christmas. So look soon for a post with Disney stuff!! Thank you all for you awesome wishes and congratulations the adoption is going sooooo great!!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Happy Day!!

Hubby went to Micheal's and bought me a GYPSY!!!
I was going to work on a project this afternoon but will get to it tonight...

I am having issues with Vista and the Gypsy Sync installing but hubby
says he will fix it when he gets here in an hour until then I am linking my so excited I get the extra cartridges with the November 1st update!!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Project Thirty-One

Happy Sunday!!

I am hoping to make this a fast post due to trying to help my dear hubby get the third bedroom ready for the girls.

OK so this project was made for 3 different reasons.
First is a tag I made for KinderStampO October tag swap...yes Halloween was our theme.
Second it works into My Creative Time with Emma Thursday Challenge to use animals.
And Third it fits into a challenge over at My Pink Stamper for a Halloween project.

Normally I try to create an item for each individual challenge. But trying to get my house ready for two little girls is CRAZY right now. So let me get this out and linked so I can get to picking out colors LOL

OK so as you all know I turn everything into a I have this Mickey Bat on a shirt I wear every Halloween.

Basics Tag Info

Chipboard Square
inside for strength
Cartridge: Mickey Font
page 134
with the charm button hit
4 x 5 inches

TagPattern Paper Front is Bo Bunny (I think)
Black Card Stock Back
Cartridge: Mickey Font
page 134
with the charm button hit
4.659 x 5.345
both sides

Orange Square
paper: Stampin Up Pumpkin Spice
Cartridge: Mickey Font
Page 134
4.097 x 3.831 inches

Mickey Bat
formed in Design Studio
Cartridge for bat: Paper Doll Dress Up
Page 53
<frnbrd>with Shift button AND Accessories 2 Button
4.894 x 1.933 inches

Then I added 2 circles
Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
.396 x .396
and welded them to the bat for Mickey's Ears
I also took Stampin Up Classic Black ink and brushed the edges

OK so the finally part
Brads are from Stampin Up Bright Brads
Sentiment Stamp is Northwoods Rubber Stamp
Ink is Stampin Up Classic Black Ink
Ribbon is from Micheal's Basic Green

Thanks for Looking

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Project Thirty

Hello Everyone!
So for today's project it is another challenge over at My Pink Stamper
Today's challenge was to create a gift to gift to give to someone else.
These are cute little gifts I am giving to my stamp club this week.
I created these bags and I am going to put some yummy treats in them.
I have a few members of the club who do not celebrate Halloween so I made the bags Fall related.
So here is the project

Ok so here is the info
First off I did create this is Design Studio

Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
page 80
I stretched the box to fit the whole page
11.259 x 11.253
I used a 12x12 Orange Card stock

White card stock for the first background
Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
page 74 with shift key
3.579 x 6.55
I took a stencil brush and brushed the edges with
Stampin Up Chocolate Chip Classic Ink
added a basic fall ribbon I got at AC Moore

Orange Gingham Patter Paper is Bo Bunny
Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
page 74 with shift key
2.918 x 5.646

Pattern paper is from
Cartridge: Plantin Schoolbook
page 69
2.898 x 1.775

Brown scrap paper I had
Cartridge: Paper Doll Dress Up
with Accessories 3 button hit
2.939 x 1.415
I then lightly brushed Stampin Up Chocolate Chip on the fence to bring out
the fences cut details

Cartridge: Paper Doll Dress Up
Page 52
this is with the shift key and Accessories 1

I cut the pumpkins twice. One in orange and then in an olive green color.
I then cut off the stem the the tiny vines on the orange pumpkins
then pop dotted them on top of the green pumpkins
Then I took light green stickles to the stems and vines

Large one
2.9 x 2.9 inches
I also welded two circle from Plantin Schoolbook OK each pumpkin sizes 1x1 inches
to look like Mickey Mouse Pumpkins
I then used the D'Vine Swirl Cutlebug Folder on the big pumpkin

Middle Size
1.7 x 1.7 inches

Small One
1.2 x 1.2 inches

I had so much fun making this now I have 10 more to finish by this Thursday! Wish me luck!!

Thanks for looking

Friday, October 15, 2010

Project Twenty-Nine

 Welcome to today's project. I am doing this card to get myself prepared for the Holiday Season. This is for a Saturday Challenge over at My Pink Stamper. We were to create something "Wintry". OK this was hard for me because I so so love my Halloween....and it was like putting Halloween away to early. But had so much fun creating this card. Gave me some great ideas to start working on soon. So here is my card and the recipe is below


Card Basics
card size 4 1/4 by 5 1/2 inches
Paper by Brazzill
Pattern paper is from DCWV Winter 8x8 stack
all other papers were just scraps I had

The bottom of the card is 2 x 4 inches
I just tore one size to give it that edge
I took Green Galore Stampin Up Classic Ink to the edge
I used the same ink for the saying Happy Holidays

The circles were just cut and glues together. I did not us DS or Gypsy
Cartridge : Plantin Schoolbook
page 72
2 1/4 , 1 3/4 , 1 1/4  and 1/2 for ears.
I glued the circles together then used my Xyron Sticker Machine and made the front a sticker
Once a sticker I coated the entire Snowman with LaJolle Icy Glitter

OK for snowman details
Cartridge: Joys to the Season
page 48
cut at 5 inches
I cut the cut three times
once in black, green and orange

Thanks for looking

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Project Twenty-Eight

First off I need to explain why I have not been crafting lately. My house hold is going up side down. My husband and I have been going through the adoption process for just under two years. Well last Friday we were told we had been chosen to be the parents to two beautiful girls age 7 and 9. Well we had one bedroom prepared but not two. So we have been transforming our spare room into a Disney Princess bedroom. Well that room was my craft I had to relocate my crafts our dinning room...until we can find a bigger house. So I know have my craft area under control and its time to CRAFT....yeah...

OK so today's project is for Peachy Keen Challenge. The challenge was to create something in an October theme...but no cards. So I created a scrapbook page for our very soon trip to Walt Disney World's NSSHP. We are going as Pirates so we are really excited. We wish we could take the girls but not yet...maybe for the Very Merry Christmas Party!

OK so here is my layout

Ok Recipe
Pattern Paper is DCWV Halloween Stack
Basic Green and Purple
Stampin Up Pumpkin Spice
and Some Shiny Green Paper I had in scraps

Cartridge: Martha Stewart's All Occasion Cake Art
page 36
5 1/2 inches

Cartridge: Paper Doll Dress Up
page 44
<pirtby-s> Shift button hit and Accessories 3 inches

Hubby Pirate
Cartridge: PDDU
page 44
<pirtby> 4 1/2 inches
His clothes were from DCWV Linen 4x6 stack
I added the mickey ears

Me Pirate
Cartridge: PDDU
page 45
<pirtgl>  4 inches
My clothes were from DCWV Rockstar 4x6 stack

The background paper was very busy so I used a lot of basic colors to tone the busy paper down!

Thanks for looking!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Project Twent-Seven

So I hope you all saw the Facebook giveaway post right below this one!
If not ....take a minute to read a fun and easy way to win at gift certificate to custom crops!

For tonight's project it is also being entered in Got Scraps First Monday of the Month's challenge.
So for this card it is going to have two purpose's. The first which I am showing is a Happy Halloween card
but then I am going to take out the Halloween stuff to make it a Happy Fall card for a few friends who don't celebrate.
So this cute little pumpkin of course had to have some Mickey's ears welding on!! Tell me what you think!


Paper is 11 by 4 1/4 inches folded in half its just a purple paper I have
Pattern Paper is from DCWV Halloween stack cut at 5 1/4 x 4 inches
The green paper is cut to 2 x 4 inches
     The sentiment Happy Halloween was printed on my computer.
The black Ribbon is from Micheal's.

Cartridge: PDDU page 52
<frnksn> Accessories 1 button and Shift buttons selected
I used Design Studio's Hide Contour feature to hide the eyes.
I cut two of each pumpkin one in green and the other in Stampin Up Pumpkin Spice
     then with the Orange cut I used my scissors and cut off the vines on the bottom and the stem
I then ran the Orange pumpkin through my cuddlebug using the D'Vine Swirl Folder    
then glue the orange pumpkin on top of the green pumpkin...this way the green vines and stem were seen.

I then used light green stickles to accent the stems and vines

Circles for Pumpkin
Cartridge:Plantin Schoolbook page 72
And I welded them to the top of the pumpkin to be Mickey Ears.

Thanks for looking

Facebook Giveaway

Ok so my Facebook page for Disney Scrapping reached 200 followers yesterday. So I am having a giveaway at my Facebook site. So head over to the Facebook page located here
Disney Scrapping Facebook Page
All you have to do is leave a comment under the contest post
What are we giving away you about a
$25.00 to Custom Crops how about that!
See you all over at the Facebook Site!


Sunday, October 3, 2010

Project Twenty-Six

Hi Everyone. I hope you all had a great Sunday. I made this cute little card last night, My hubby and I are working on our video skills and hope to have our first video out this week.

So here is my cute little Ghost card...but even in my ghosts are
Mickey Ghost.

OK so I did use my Design Studio to weld the ears to the ghost. So if you have DS or your gypsy it will make the welding easy. So what do you do if you don't have either...cut out your ghost and two circle and glue them on...there you go LOL very here is my card for tonight.


Card Basics
Card is 5 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches
Pumpkin Spice by Stampin Up
Pattern Paper is Stampin Up Wicked Fun Designer's Series cut at 5 1/4 x 4
Purple strip is cut at 3 x 4
The black strip is pattern on the back of the pattern paper cut at 1 x 4 inches

Boo To You
Stamp is from Studio G Micheal's dollar bin
Stampin Up's Craft Ink White

Cartridges for ghost
Paper Doll Dress Up page 49
<cstume> cut at 3.11 x 3.672
<cstume> with Black out button Selected for 3.11 x 3.672

Circles for Ears
Cartridge Plantin Schoolbook page 72
cut at .866 x .866
Two of the above circles.

Now place the circles on top of the ghosts head and weld them together.
There is your Mickey Ghost

OK now I ran my ghost through my 5 inch Xyron Sticker Machine
To make the front of the ghost all sticky
Then cover Ghost in Icy Color Glitter
I used glitter from
Stamp LaJolla color Icy
Now you don't have to use a sticker machine...I just use my for a quick and fast coat for glitter.
You can use plain glue and glitter.
Now also I added a touch of Glossy for the eyes.

And there is my Ghost Halloween Card!

Thanks for looking
Happy Halloween

See ya Later