PB&J? Not the yummy childhood food (and my fave late nite snack), but the awesome new paper collection by Basic Grey!
I LOVE this collection so much. I have used it on soooo many pages and am excited to share. :)
This first page was featured on the BG blog for National Scrapbook Day and uses an awesome sketch by my super talented friend and fellow Disney fan, Susan Stringfellow. She has been asked by Basic Grey to be their new sketch artist, so I am excited to see what fun designs she has in store for us!
These are pics of my fam waiting at the new ride- Toy Story Mania at Disney Hollywood Studios in WDW. The wait was a mild form of torture, as the line was over an hour long. Thank goodness for air conditioning! Next time we are going off-offseason. :) Of course, I used ALL Basic Grey PB&J papers and embellies. There is even a hidden Mickey- do you see it? Clue: it is in the second photo. heee! Specific product details are on the BG blog here.
Here is Susan's sketch made exclusively for BG:
You can find more of her great sketches here: Sketch Savvy.
This next page was also featured on the BG blog for the official "now shipping" announcement. :)
THANK YOU MR. DISNEY
The photo on this page just makes me smile all over. I consider Walt Disney to be one of the greatest people to ever live. He truly has brought magic into my family's lives.
I did the next page over the weekend for the National Scrapbook Day challenge over at the Disney Scrappers site. LOVE the group over there! They are all fun, creative, and best of all, fellow Disney fans. :)
40 YRS. YOUNG
It was AWESOME to celebrate DH's 40th birthday at WDW the same time Magic Kingdom was celebrating their 40th birthday. A truly once-in-a-lifetime event. At least til they both turn 50. And you just KNOW we will be there for that!
The "40" was cut from Basic Grey with the Pazzles Inspiration electronic cutter, and the journaling block is from Jillibean Soup. I also added some papers from the Lime Twist collection by My Mind's Eye. Matches perfectly with the Basic Grey, don't you think? :) I also followed sketch #83 from Susan Stringfellow's sketch site: Sketch Savvy.
The last page is one of my faves!!! Once again, I followed one of Susan's sketches (#85), and used PB&J with a bit of Lime Twist. Doesn't that just sound snacky together? ha!!!
4 PARKS 1 WORLD
So is Basic Grey's PB&J collection just PERFECT for Disney pages, or what?!
If you agree, tell me which patterned paper in the collection is your fave by end of day Tuesday, May 15th, and you will be entered to win some BG goodies from this, as well as other collections valued at $35. :) Open to continental U.S. residents only please. :)
So that's it for now. Thanks for stopping by!