How'd I miss that?? More Disney Scrapbooking Pages

 I was cleaning my craft room the other day and came across a few scrapbook pages from our trip to Disney from two years ago.  I decided to put the pages in their album; only to discover I had no Disney album from that trip!  I have no idea how that happened but after a quick visit to Shutterfly and a few weeks waiting for my photos to come in I am now scrapping Disney like crazy!

I put the pictures from this year's trip on hold and am trying to focus on these older pictures.  I ordered several 8x10 photographs, a bunch of 5x7's and a lot of 4x6's as well.  I started wherever inspiration struck.

For this Nuts about Chip and Dale page I used some acorn paper I had gotten in a fall scrapbooking paper pack, some plain brown paper and a few leftover Chip and Dale stickers.  I used my Cricut to cut out the letters and though you can't see them well in the photograph I do love how it came out. Cute and whimsical!  

I used my Cricut for this entire page.  Using the Dreams Come True cartridge I cut out the Jasmine frame in a size 7 and it ended up being perfect for my photo.  I then cut out Jasmine and Aladdin in a size 6 (using all the layers and details in the cartridge).

 For this photo I bought a New Orleans sticker pack by Jolee's and combined those with some varying shades of green paper.  I took the little packet included in our room brochure (along with the map of our hotel) and attached it to the corner of the page.  I'm always looking for ways to include our park and hotel maps since I think it's such a great thing to look back on. Disney's always changing and it's nice to freeze frame those moments in time. 

Using my Disney paper pack I turned the paper sideways, mounted the pictures on coordinating cardstock and used my Cricut to cut out the title using the Mickey and Friends cartridge.  I adhered a little sticker of Pluto and his dog house to the corner and added a few paw prints too.

Linking Up With:  Arsty Fartsy, 


  1. looks like you will have memories forever what a wonderful trip
    come see us at


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