Somehow we’re (amazingly) already halfway through September! Next week we say goodbye to summer & hello to fall. This week LeNae wanted to document some of the summer fun that she had, so she headed out to the Paper Wishes warehouse to find the perfect scrapbook supplies—and I tagged along! Watch below to see what we found:
Wow! Who knew there were so many hidden treasures out there?! I can’t wait to go back for more! But in the meanwhile, here’s a peek at LeNae’s album cover and one of the layouts she created:
For the album cover, remove the posts and sheet protectors from the album. Lay it right side up and flat on a protected surface. Apply the surface of a “juicy” black ink pad directly onto the album (or you could cover with acrylic paint). Run a line of Tacky Glue along the back of the ribbon and place along the spine; let dry.
Use a pen knife to make a small cut through the ribbon where the post holes are located. Place the sheet protectors back in album and replace the posts.
To decorate the album, glue the 6”x6” Magic Kingdom Mickey banner paper onto red cardstock, leaving 3/8” borders. Glue to the album front. Glue the large die-cut ticket to the cover, and foam tape balloons and star die-cuts as shown. Write or print on the small ticket die-cuts; glue and foam tape to the lower right album corner.
Cut cardstock to 8”x8” and glue 6”x6” Magic Kingdom papers off-set as shown. Use Zots™ to secure the chipboard to the pages. Back the Dazzles™ onto white cardstock and cut out. Color Mickey Mouse Dazzles™ with markers.
Sounds easy, and what a fun look! This certainly makes me want to scrapbook some of our family’s summer adventures! If you love what LeNae’s created, you’re in luck because we’ve created a special-priced bundle just for you! Here’s what LeNae used:
It’s absolutely perfect for a trip to Disneyland or Disney World, and it’s also perfect for kids, grandkids and kids at heart! 🙂
Let us know if you liked our warehouse adventure in the comments below!
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