Wednesday, May 22, 2013

More DISNEY Digital Scrapbooking FREEBIES!

As I mentioned the other day, I am COMPLETELY addicted to digtial scrapbooking.  In fact, I just finished my scrapbook from our January/February trip to Walt Disney World.  If you would like to check the 2 Disney Albums out that I have done you cando so by clicking on the photos below and it will take you them.  (Snapfish does require you have an account to view books.) 
2012                                              2013

Once again, I have been looking online for more DISNEY FREEBIES and have a few more great ones to share with you.  

No Reimer Reason has a page full of digital FREEBIES including this adorable Disney Kit called "Remember the Magic."  Check out her blog for a TON of ideas.  
Another blog you should check out is Seebee's Freebies she has some really cute freebies...these and more!

And if you would like some fonts that you might see around Walt Disney World, you should check out Mickey Avenue  you won't be disappointed.

I am off to search for more DISNEY magic and FREEBIES.  Be sure to follow my blog so that you are kept up to date on any new treasures I might find!

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  1. Oh my gosh! Your scrapbooks are amazing! Great job! Do you print them out? I really want to make one but I want a printed copy too.

  2. Thank you so much. I design my pages in photoshop. Then I save them as a 12x12 JPG file (r whatever size you want your book). Then i upload them to Shutterfly or Snapfish and have them printed in a hardback book. They always look great. A tip...add about .5 inch to each dimension (so my images are technically 12.5x12.5) because they do trim a lot off the edges when printing the book.

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