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Imagine, Believe, Magic

Here's a layout from TGF's newsletter challenge.  I've been staring at this challenge for at least a couple weeks now.  And here I am waiting til almost the last minute to complete the scrapbook page.  Well, while we were at Disneyland, my kids got a lot of autographs from the characters so I decided to make a page with one of them following the layout above. 

Isn't Peter Pan's autograph so humongous?!  Man, I had a hard time fitting that in some where.  I had to use my Never Ever stamp set.

I also used PTI's tab die cut to make the tabs and stamped the sentiments from the Never Ever set.  I also found some feathers (while cleaning my storage room).  It was originally pink but I colored it red with my copic pen to match Peter's.  It's attached to a small green felt circle.  I had to put felt in some where.

I did a little bit of paper piecing with the girl.  Her dress, book, hands, hair and ribbon.  Overall, I didn't quite feel the completed page.  It's okay but I think that huge autograph is bugging me.  But I'm glad I started scrapbooking the autographs.  My kids will be doing some pages on their own.  Hopefully, I can just stand back and watch them and not take over. 

Well, thanks for reading and have a great day!

Comments

Cheryl said…
I'm so impressed, you sure made a lot of stuff! What an appropriate stamp set, I don't think I've seen that one before. Your kiddo even looks like Wendy! Cute, cute, cute! I was almost going to order that scrapbook set from PTI, but I figured I better start with just one and got library ledger instead.
Sunghee said…
autographs from the characters? I didn't know that. that is so funny. hehe. What a great idea to make a scrapbook layout with that. Awesome~!

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