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Disney Album Journal Page

Disney layout
Do you journal on your layouts? I try to journal on pretty much every page. I scrapbook to tell a story - one I hope my kids will be interested in reading someday. Because they sure as hell aren't interested right now I can tell you. But I digress. Anyway,,, I normally have a couple of pages where I don't have photos in a mini album- and I like to use that space to add some thoughts that are separate from photos. For instance this page- my DD1, her husband, and my sweet princess all left a day earlier than my husband and I. I was so sad to see them go!

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This month the Rinea® design team is collaborating with Poppystamps. Y'all, they have some uber cute stamps and dies. I choose to work with the 2002 Double Stitch Scalloped Rectangle Frame set. Since I make waaaayyyy more traditional layouts than cards I wanted something that I could use there too. These make great photo frames!

Rinea Foiled Paper
Rinea® Foiled Papers is launching a new color this month; Arctic/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper. It is a crisp white and I love it. I have used it here as a border and I punched it with an older Martha Stewart punch. I added a thin strip Ruby/Gold Glossy Foiled Paper on top of the Arctic.  I also added an outline around the punched shape with a thin line black pen. (Stabilo is my favorite!) I do this a lot on small embellishments; it helps them stand out from the page and adds some visual weight.

Rub on embellishments

 OK - I keep embellishments forever. Like I almost won't throw them away. I will toss scrap paper right in the trash, but embellishments are here to stay. These Disney themed rub-ons are from Creative Imaginations. From like 2005? Seriously, it's been a minute.

Die cut frame
 I used the second to smallest die from the set to cut this cute little frame. It is the perfect size to go with a die cut embellishment I wanted to use. I inked both the frame and the die cut using VersaMagic Brick Red ink and adhered to the page.

Mickey ears

Look how cute this little chipboard piece is!! I picked this up at a scrapbook show a couple of years ago; it is a set from Melissa Frances. It was perfect to go around another rub-on and I love how it peeks from the top of the page when the album is closed.

Be sure to check out Rinea® and Poppystamps 
websites for some great ideas. 

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