I'm in the spotlight this week!
My layout 'New Scarf ' is being featured on Disc Talk Radio's Dishin' the Digi - Coast 2 Coast.
Very exciting! (for me anyway, lol) The show will be available from 1/23 - 1/29 at Disc Talk Radio.
Oh my gosh! Elizabeth just walked in the room... she's home with the flu. She has one of my earing boxes in her hand and says, 'hey I just found one of my teeth!' Uh oh. I told her the Tooth Fairy let me save her first tooth. LOL
Now, everybody loves to scrap about Disneyland, right? LOL
We've been to Disneyland twice since our oldest daughter was born, she's seven years old. I have scrapped a total of two Disney pages... well, now four, lol. I finally decided that I needed to get on the ball and scrap some of those photos before our next trip to the happiest place on earth!
So here we are, my first two digi pages, the other two are paper pages and are not that good. But I'm not going to rescrap them, who has time? LOL
Disneyland was a regular part of our lives when we lived in California. But after we moved away we didn’t make much of an effort to get back. Until you were born, that is. In January 2004 we took you to Disneyland and California Adventure, which was new to us as well.
Upon arriving we discovered that California Adventure offered a theater experience, the musical Aladdin. And since you loved seeing Lion King in New York, we thought this would be a perfect way to spend some of our time at the park.
We watched the show three times during our visit… and we probably would have seen it more if we hadn’t waited until our third day at the park to see it. Each time we saw the show you were absolutely captivated. Especially during our first viewing, when Aladdin rode right past you and looked directly at you and waved.
Aladdin was definitely a big hit with us during our 2004 adventure to Disneyland.
Jessica Sprague: Echoes of Asia kit.
Corina Nielsen: Folded ribbon, solid.
Linda GB: Messy stitches.
Nancie Rowe Janitz: Paint strokes, inking.
Anna Aspnes: Hipster plumes.
Jackie Eckles: Metro alpha.
Nancy Comelab: Curled frames, wide and skinny.
Amy Martin: Stitched sequins.
Michele Coleman: Tag.
Lisa Whitney: Ric rac.
Playhouse Disney (2004)
I love these photos of Elizabeth in those Minnie Mouse sunglasses, lol.
(More puffy hearts in this page, I love those stickers!)
Corina Nielsen: background paper from ‘little lady holiday’ paper pack. Ribbon heart from ‘I heart ribbon’ pack. Heart stickers from ‘puffy hearts’ pack. Stitches from ‘arsenal’ kit. Hair clips from ‘cute clippys’ pack.
Nancy Comelab: curled frame cluster. Katie Pertiet: ledger brush. Anna Aspnes: Hipster plumes. Nancie Rowe Janitz: brush stokes. Tracey Monette: paint splatters. Catrine: journaling paper. Michelle Coleman: stamped alpha.