Saturday, October 31, 2009

Wild thing I think I love you --DisneyWorld animal kingdom


This layout is from our DisneyWorld trip in sept,2007.This is my son at MGM
(hollywood studios).
It was so cute he pretended to groom,pick bugs from my sons hair
 a true sign of love LOL...
We had a great time....The characters sure stay "in character".....
I used bazzil paper,Cricut's animal kingdom cartridge for the gorilla
K&Co chipboard pieces(wild saffron),george and basic shapes cartridge for title.
Thanks for looking.

Friday, October 30, 2009

A perfect pair


Another basic layout of my dear hubby who fell alsleep with our fur-baby Neo
( meaning new,also named for the guy from the matrix movie which was big at the time),
after a long day at work.
Neo is so spoiled by all of us especialy my hubby.he is always found next to one of us
curled up and happy.
Thanks for looking.
Have a great day everyone

6Teen layout


This is a basic layout of my sweet boy at 6teen...the ribbon reads im amazed by you.He is now 17 works 2 jobs while going to high school.Has never given me any grief or worry .He has a great group of friends and a darling girlfriend..I am soooo BLESSED....thanks for looking...

Monday, October 26, 2009

I love you card




Hi guys,


just wanted to share a few cards I made with the help
 of my cricut..

I hope you like them.I had fun making them..
I was thinking ahead to valentines day:)

Title of card—I love you
Size 6x6 inches
Items used;
Circuits accent essentials cartridge for scallop’s
pg 37,

Cut at 2 ¾ and 3 inches (black, cream cardstock);
inkadinkadoo clear stamp for circle
Making memories rubber stamp- i love you
Cream ribbon;
Cream cardstock;

Making memories Sabrina paper pkg;
Martha Stewart lace border punch;
Circuit's storybook cartridge for butterfly at
1 inch in cream cardstock;
then second card is in the next post:)
thanks for looking...

Beloved card


Hi here is the second card i mentioned in the previous post:)


Title-Beloved
Card size 5 ¼ x 5 ¼ inches
Card made using;
White bazzil paper;
Indie art cricut cartridge butterfly @ 1 ½ inches
(base and black out)

White cardstock paper and poka dot MM Sabrina paper;
MM (making memories) Sabrina patterned appear pkg;
White card stock (4 ¼ x 4 ¼ inches);
Black cardstock (1 ¼ x 1 1/4iches);
Beloved clear stamp by inkadinkado;
Fuchsia ink by craft smart;
circuits storybook cartridge tall border butterfly
( tail used) (1 and 2 inches)..
thanks for looking...Have a great day...




A bun in the oven





Hi guys,

This is just a very basic baby layout I did with a friend in mind who is pregnant...
A bun in the oven...
I used my Cricut and the new Arrival cartridge,
some glitter paper ,basic cardstock and my computer
to print out the cute poem....thanks for looking...



Thursday, October 22, 2009

Pretty Frame

                    I made this layout using cricut’s storybook and
graphically speaking Cartridges...It’s kind of a scrap lift...
I saw online (not sure where) something Similar....
so most of the credit goes to that person whoever
they are :)...
Picture that fits would be 5x7
This is my take on it....


Our year of a million dreams - Disney

Our year of a million dreams was during our September 2007 trip to Disney world in Florida.


We won several prizes; an exclusive tinker bell pin, a VIP seat on Sorin
 (we had been waiting 45 mins);
an MGM dream fast pass(get on without being inline);
 at animal kingdom we won exclusive year of a million dream
 Mickey ears and we OPENED the park(while everyone
waited behind the ropes) we had a Private Safari ride and
personal guide (the driver,the guide and us 3,stoping and
chatting at every animal spot)with a golden fast pass for the
 rest of that day (go back as many times as we wished and
get in front of the line)...It was a dream come true for real..
Simply amazing (we don’t usually win things)...

This is the shadow box I made to keep our souvenirs’.....

        We are going again (just me, my son and his girlfriend this time
...hubby is  not going--this time),It's her first visit and our fourth.It'll be fun
showing her around..And it'll be great getting out of the cold to mid 20's weather instead of
below zero+++ and snow storms....

In 38 days Nov 27th- Dec 5...can’t wait.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

new keurig coffee machine

       Hey guys,its been a busy week between working my 4 12hr night shifts , dentists appt ,and
 graduation photos for my one and only son (kleenex please) and errands.I've had no time to scrap.
I did manage to treat myself to this fab new coffee machine by keurig..it makes a steaming hot
cup of coffee in 30 secs..one cup at a time so each cup is perfect..ahhhh..perfect for the non
 morning person:)..Have a great day all...

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Disney Dining plan (part 2)

                   I wanted to let everyone know the Disney restuarants that we have
 tried and what we thought of each,,now each persons taste is different but I
thought i'd let you know if you haven't been what we thought of them....
here it goes....

Animal kingdoms
-Asia—



Yak &yeti restaurant-Asian food located by
 Mount Everest...we found the food very good.







Discovery islands—
Flame tree bbq...bbq chicken and ribs in large portions...very good as well...




Disney’s Hollywood studios (mgm)
—streets of America& commissary lane—
ABC commissary—cafeteria style food, fish and chips, burgers...
we found the food fair....








Back lot express—fast food with a fair amt of choices...
food was good for fast food...

       Sci-fi dines –in theatre—you eat in classic convertible cars in the dark and
watch old movies and cartoons like at the drive- in...Food was fair...better for
 younger kids, my 14 yr old thought it was “lame”...I like seeing the old movies
 but we haven’t gone back in our trips since..

Hollywood blvd & echo lake area...

50’s prime time diner......home cooking like in the 50’s meat loaf, big Sundays etc...
but don’t forget your manners or you won’t get any dessert....(my husband didn’t
realize the theming and when the waitress asked if he had washed his hands he was
 quiet insulted..I had to quickly explain what was happening...oops...so plan ahead
and let the adults in on it)...food is yummy and lots of it and its just plain fun even
my teenage wants to go again and again..Maybe it’s the huge brownie sundaes???








Epcot....
Garden grill—character meal with chip, Dale, Mickey and Pluto dressed up
 like farmers...the restaurant rotates while you eat...(farm house/field/etc)..It’s
served family style (platters) all you can eat...and it’s good food...we have
 great character pics from here...great for young and old...

Boulanger patisserie—French pastry—need I say more...yum and yum...a must do!!











Les chef des France—traditional French foods...
cheese plate, French wines, French pasteries..
.need I say more...



                     Coral reef ---fine dining and they say every table has a clear
view of the aquarium.....Well we were seated on the top row as far away
 from it as you could get and couldn’t see much.. As for the food..It was
 good but not at those prices...it would be better near the tank because
they had huge sea Turtles, sharks and fish (we had to walk down to
the tank to see any of this).....we haven’t gone back.




               San Angel inn...Mexican food by a volcano, outdoor bistro setting
(inside Mexico building) in the dark....I don’t know if it was just us /travelers
sickness but on our first trip my son and I ate here, the last night of our trip
thank God, because we were up all night throwing up and had diarrhea,
 the two of us...enough said...the atmosphere was really nice on the positive
side...














Restaurant Marrakesh...Moroccan food with a belly dancer
 that my son and hubby thought was cool...we didn’t care for
 the food except dessert was good...




• Magic kingdom....

Fantasyland

         Cinderella’s royal table...character meal....we had the lunch and got
 a free picture package with the dining plan and saw many of the princesses
 inside (Cinderella is only seen outside for the picture but the others come to
each table for pics)...food was pricy but pretty good...




Frontier land..

Liberty tree tavern...New England foods served family style platters)
it used to be a character meal...we love it...foods good...theming is fun...











The crystal palace...character meal with Winnie the pooh and friends...
buffet with a good selection...we went with a teen...best for younger kids...
we still had fun getting pics...










Tomorrow land—

        Cosmic rays cafe—“live’ entertainment...a lounge singer..(Mechanical character)
 ..lots of food choices like chicken and ribs, burgers etc,,,,lots of food per serving
could easily share a plate between kids if on a budget...we weren’t so lucky with
 a teen with a hollow leg ...we go back every time we are there...











 Resorts----

All star resorts

(We’ve been to movies, music) they are basically the same...nothing fancy but good food
...chicken meals, salads, pizza, burgers, steak ,breakfast foods...a good value but basic
foods...we had no problem finding something for everyone the choices are many..



Contemporary...

             The California grill...fine dining—dress code...takes 2 dining meal credits,
best with older kids...if you time it 30-40 mins prior to the wishes fireworks at the
castle like we did ..
It’s all worth the cost...stunning views from the roof top fully glassed restaurant
...you can also go out on the roof for a view of the fireworks...all the sounds from the
 magic kingdom fireworks are piped into the restaurant ,it’s like being at the castle...
food is pricy but amazing..Yum...and we were on the dining plan and got a seat right
by the window. It was perfect but any seat will give a great view...




Chef Mickey’s—a must.. for young and old...buffet with loads of choices and
great foods...a character meal geared to little ones..A bit noisy but even with
a teen we have fun and we go back every year we love it so much...




Coronado springs ---
               Pepper market...basically it’s a fancier food court...a lot of stations were you pick you
 food and they stamp your card( a bit confusing at first) lots of choices great steak ,and desserts...
etc.. We really likes it...ate there more than once...


Downtown Disney—

               Planet Hollywood—very fun theming...noisy, crowded but servers
 work hard to make the wait reasonable...food is great...
We go back every year...love it...

Monday, October 12, 2009

Fall layout


Well ,since fall is my favourite season
I had to do a layout from pics I took last fall
 in a park near my house.


I used a patterned paper pack from me and my
big ideas
( harvest);
gold title stickers by k and
company;
3d leaves and amazing title by Soft
Spoken by Me and My Big ideas; gold paper
(the paper co);
cardstock by Brazil in burgundy;
brown cardstock by The Paper Company;
 chipboard circle for journaling ;
Cricut’s
Jasmine cartridge for the photo corners...

The park is so pretty at this time of year.
Sadly we had alot of rain last week and alot of leaves have fallen already:(
The squirel posed for me for several shots..
He was very cute..




Why I love WDW

Why I love WDW
Animal Kingdom

4th of July

4th of July
Magic kingdom

Cinderella's Castle

Cinderella's Castle
Magic kingdom

Epcot

Epcot
France (my hubby)

Hollywood studios(MGM)

Hollywood studios(MGM)
Rockin Rollercoaster

Hollywood Studios(MGM)

Hollywood Studios(MGM)
backstage tour

Chef Mickey's

Chef Mickey's
My three favorite boys

Meeting PLUTO

Meeting PLUTO
a kid again :)

A Royal Kiss

A Royal Kiss
Sleeping Beauty's "Gift" to my son Chris

What a bunch of Characters

disney women making silly faces
disney comments and graphics

My fur baby

My fur baby
Neo

(I am published in/may+july 2010) In A scrap ezine

making cards mag-UK

making cards mag-UK
I am published in dec 2009

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see you again real soon

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