29th January, 2009 - Posted by admin - 2 Comments
A Disney Scrapbook reader Ask for some help.
Quote “I need Desperate help! My family and I went on a Disney trip the years of 2000, 2004, 2005, and 2007. Now we were not into scrapbooking but got the essentials just in case. But for some very very odd reason we did not get a Scrapbook for 2005 Walt Disney World Florida. Now, I am getting to be really mad because every weekend my daughter and I do quality time and look back at the memories of the years, but we have scrapbook pages and no scrapbook itself. The reason why I am mad is because when ever I look it up everything that comes up is 2005 Disney Scrapbooking Kits which I already have! Absolutely nothing comes up for a scrapbook you can buy! Now if anyone has a spare or can help me find a website that would be just amazing. Thank you so much, please help me,pleaseeee!”
My advice would be to keep an eye on good ol’ Ebay and see what comes up on there, some people buy things and then never get around to using them and they end up on ebay. Another thing you could think about doing is just using a Disney themed album, not neccessarily a Florida one, but perhaps just a nice Mickey Mouse album would look just as nice
Feel free to add some more ideas of suggestions in the comments section, I’m sure it will be appreciated.
22nd January, 2009 - Posted by admin - 1 Comment
A Disney Scrapbook is probably one of the most exciting and fun scrapbook albums you will ever put together. You will have so much fun creating it and the embellishments and the life that these wonderful characters can bring to your Disney scrapbook will totally amaze and delight you. Whether it be an actual trip to Disneyland that you are going to scrapbook or just a Disney themed scrapbook, either way the results will be outstanding.
Scrapbooking has come so far in the last 10 years, gone are the days of trying to cut out little shapes and patterns, nowadays nearly every kind of embellishment you can think of is commercially produced which makes things so much easier and quicker for creating the perfect Disney Scrapbook.
Disney have created so many wonderful characters over the years, so just remember that a Disney scrapbook need not just be one with the Mickey Mouse and Friends characters. Other characters or themes to consider are, Cars, Tigger and Pooh, Wall-e, Lilo and Stitch, Toy Story, Bolt, Hannah Montana, High School Musical, Tinker Bell, Kim Possible and the Disney Princesses like The Little Mermaid, just to name a few. There are just so many wonderful characters and themes to choose from.
Creating your own Disney scrapbook really is one of the most fun albums you can do. And on e of the great things about doing a Disney themed scrapbook album, is it doesn’t matter if you are doing it as an adults album or a child’s album, they will both look absolutely fantastic and it will be thoroughly enjoyed by anyone who picks it up and browses through it.
Here you are going to be able to find heaps of ideas and tips for creating your very own Disney scrapbook and lots of links to finding some great Disney materials for your album.
16th January, 2009 - Posted by admin - 4 Comments
A reader asks :
Quote “I just came back from Walt Disney World and my mom wanted to make a a scrapbook !! This is not my first time, but the first time I just made one page !! So I don’t know what to do !! The lack of paper isn’t a problem, it’s just that my mom thinks that It will look better if we make “another” page on the back of the first one !!! Is it a good idea to have one scrapbook page and try to make another on the same page? Please …………….. NEED HELP !!! :)”
My advice would be that there are no rules to these things, so you can do it which ever way you like, but personally I never use the back side of a page, I also use two separate pages and insert them into a pocket together. The reason why I do this, is because should you wish to change the order of your pages in your album later, you can. This comes in handy if you realize you left out a page or layout, and want to add it later on, you can just move the pages all over a pocket and put the extra page or layout in. I hope this helps