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

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Project Twenty-Five

Happy Saturday Everyone! I am having a relaxing day just crafting. I so hope you are having a great Saturday also!!

OK so for today's project is for Peachy Keen's Face it Friday's Challenge. Who doesn't just love Peachy Keen Stamps, I know I do. So a challenge where you get to create something and a chance to win some of their super great stamps I am there. So the challenge this week was to create something that includes your Muse.....hmmmmm.....everyone what is my Muse....DISNEY!!!

Actually it's my dear sweet hubby. He is my best friend in the whole world plus he loves Disney just as much as I put the two together and their you have my muses. So I made a scrap book page of him and some characters from a trip to Disney. The recipe is below.

OHHHHHHH Hubby has agreed to start video taping for me. No I could never figure out how all these super creative ladies are making video's. So he has agreed to help me. So we are videoing my first craft video tonight. I hope to have it edited and posted by Monday. I will keep you all updated.

So on today's project

OK So here goes

The background pattern paper is from EK Success
The shorts are from DCWV linen stack
The Tank top is from K&C Company
The rest was just scraps I had around

OK the photos are 4 x 5 and 4x4
So the white mats are 5x6 and 5x5

Mickey Heads
Cartridge: Mickey and Friends
page 78 with icon button
I cut them in different papers ranging from 1 inch to 2 inches
the mickey on the tank top was cut at 1/2 inch

Paper Doll Hubby
Cartridge: Everyday Paper Dolls
Doll was cut at 4 1/2 with all items cut same size on dial and you Paper Saver button Hit
with the blackout key selected for body page 28
<SumerB> for the shorts page 32
<SumerB-s> that's the same button as above just with the shift key selected for the tank top page 32
<SumerG> with the Accessories 1 button selected for Flip Flops page 33
with the Headwear button selected for hair page 60

For His Face I used the Peachy Keen Everyday Charecters Faces Stamps...yes these are my FAVORITES...but I still have to get the create a critter faces LOL

I used Stampin Up's Chocolate Chip Classic Ink.
I used Signo's white gel pen to color the whites of his eyes.

I added the clothes to the doll
Then added the smaller 1/2 inch Mickey Head to his Tank Top
     YES most of my hubby's shirts have Mickey on them some where...LOL
I then took a larger 2 inch Mickey head and placed it behind his head to position right for his Mickey Ears. The only thing I forgot were his glasses...oh well LOL

Thanks for Looking
See Ya Soon

Friday, October 1, 2010

Project Twenty-Four

OK so my Internet issues are not settled yet...yes I dropped my hot spot and now it's not working. So I am at work with hubby so I can upload this cute little project. Plus I normally try my hand at a few challenges here and there, so I just got a feed blitz from Robyn over at My Pink Stamper is having a "Spooky" challenge. And the prize is her brand new "Spooky Puns Stamps". If you have not been to My pink stamper stop by she is so awesome and her site is so informational. She came out with a line of stamps that are just so darn cute. So the new spooky ones are right up my alley! Plus I some how lost all my Halloween stamps and the only one I have I used in this project how sad....must have more Halloween stamps.

OK so back to my project LOL
I love love love love you get the idea that I love Halloween.
Well so of course my house it's a Disney Halloween. We go to the Mickey's Not-So-Scary-Halloween party every year. We are going the night of the 22nd this October....LOVE IT!

So my house decorations ALL have a Disney theme to theme, but so do my Halloween cards. This was probably the "hardest one I am doing this year, and by hard I mean you have to cut and paste LOL They are not that hard! So here is card #1

OK so here is how I made this card!
Yes I had to use Design Studio

Card Basics
Black was Brazzil's Basic Black 11 x 4 1/4 folded in half to make a 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches card
Pattern Paper Stampin Up Wicked Fun Designer's Series cut to 5 1/4 x 4 inches
..whole pack is super cute
Orange is Pumpkin Spice by Stampin Up cut to 5 x 3 3/4 inches
Stamp of Boo to You was a Studio G stamp and I used
Stampin Up Rich Razzleberry
Ribbon is from Micheal's Halloween Collection

Mickey the Wizard
I did use my Design Studio to make sure everything fit.

Cartridge is Mickey and Friends
Page 79 Mickey main button
with details cut at 3.299 x 4.388
Cream color paper for face cut at 1.433 x 1.336
Eyes using white cut at .581 x .89
  I did use the hide contour feature for the buttons since I was not going to be using them
Pink Paper for the tongue cut at .481 x .213

Now assemble Mickey's face...then here comes the hard part cut off Mickey's head...yes I said it LOL
I am only using Mickey's head. The rest of the wizard was Paper Doll Dress Up. It is much easy to "line" up Mickey's head to a paper doll body then it is to line up the paper doll clothes to Mickey's body.

Now for the Wizard Portion
Cartridge used Paper Doll Dress Up
Black paper for the main body page 29
   I just used the main image.
cut at 3.072 x 4.415
Now for the Wizard parts page 54
Cape was DCWV Metallic paper in Light Blue cut at 3.631 x 3.286
Robe with stars is just Blue paper cut at 2.672 x 2.521
The black out robe is yellow paper cut at 2.6 x 2.5
If you were to use the feet the shoes need to be cut at 2.189 x .713
Hat was same blue paper from robe cut at 1.184 x 1.88 PLUS rotate the image -8.854

Ok so here come the HARD parts
Trim the paper doll head side but leave the middle portion of the head.
Glue your Mickey head on to the paper doll head.
Now take your scissors and cut off the pinkie of the paper doll's hands.
Now assemble the rest of the wizards clothes to the body.
Now for the hat.
I cut it a little big so I cut the hat right above the top star. Now I cheated
for the back of the hat. All I did was cut a small piece of the yellow paper and glue it to the back of the hat. I didn't want to try hiding all the starts and such to cut a plain hat. So cheating worked.
Also for my card I cut off the doll's legs. Mainly just to make him fit to the card.
The staff
I just cut off the top of the staff and placed a Rhinestone that I bought that was already in the shape of a Mickey Head.
That's the END....Have fun and try's not as hard as it sounds.

Hubby promised to video my next card for Tomorrow....See my Mickey Ghost card!
See Ya Later