Happy Thursday! This week a BRAND new Terrific Tuesday Challenge started on the Scrappy Moms Stamps blog. This week's challenge is to create a new project with a Disney theme! You could use any of the adorable Cricut Disney carts or any other Disney themed SVGs. (I do not have the patience this week to deal with those teeny layers...the end.) I NEED to finish up our Disney layouts - I'm soo close, and I found these shapes in the Silhouette store and they reminded me of the "It's a Small World" ride. It was one of my favorites as a little girl and it was one of Nicole's favorites as well. (Plus as a grown up I fully appreciate that there was never a line and you can sit down...for a loong time.)
I played with some of my brand new Cakewalk papers from October Afternoon. I bought a kit that came with 12 x 12 papers and TONS of embellishments. I also ended up buying the 8x8 paper because I know I will use it. I love the colors and patterns, so it's definitely a collection you will be seeing a lot of here! I used one of their little flags to stamp my sentiment. Sooo easy!
I added a few Peachy Keen faces to my little people.
I used my favorite offset function in the Silhouette Design software! I love that it can create instant word art using whatever font I like. This is the "Brady Bunch" font...it reminded me of the Small World font.
I have one more tip for you and you may already do this, but just in case...
I bought a pack of these little plastic envelopes from Michael's that hold 12 x 12 paper, and I've been using them to organize my paper collections. When I get new patterned paper, I go through my plain colored cardstock, buttons and other random embellishments looking for things that match. Once I gather everything up, I put everything in the envelope. That way - everything is all ready to go and I don't have to spend time digging through things to find the right button or brad. I also put my paper scraps in the envelope, so everything stays in ONE place. It's really helped me to use up my supplies. Oh my goodness...I LOVE this paper collection. I think I mentioned that earlier, but I really do...it makes me happy.