A Disney page – and a challenge if you’re up for it!

Of all the time I’ve been digital scrapbooking, I’ve honestly never taken time to do any organized online scrapbooking challenges — until today!

A friend of mine from high school has recently opened a blog based on digital scrapbooking (check it out here: It’s Just Meejay Designs) and has a challenge running now through June 26. The challenge is to scraplift her layout …

We're Here by Just Meejay Design

… with some Disney World photos and post it into the MouseScrappers forum (check out that link for the complete rules). As a reward, she’ll give you this super-cute Donald Duck-theme mini kit!

Ah Phooey kit by Just Meejay Designs

I absolutely love the alpha and numbers in this kit (oh, and that cool craft-colored paper…oh, and those fluffy, stitched stars…so fun!), and I’m looking forward to receiving it! So, I just finished my scraplift layout. (Remember that scraplifting just means you take something – the idea, layout, color scheme, photo themes, elements, etc., – whatever floats your boat – and apply it to a layout of your own. In this case, I loved the overall balance of the layout, the journaling on the left, title on the right, stitching around the journaling block and the cluster at the bottom right. I also love the photo!)

Disney World digital scrapbook layout

Please contribute to Jaime’s challenge! If you do, post a link to the MouseScrappers page where you posted your scraplift layout in my comments section here, and I’ll also send you a freebie (shown below)! Just don’t forget to follow the challenge rules so you can get Jaime’s kit! You want it; you know you do! And don’t forget to check out her blog, too!

Freebie for Disney challenge

Happy scrapping!


Sources for my layout:

  • Fonts: Walt Disney Script (title, date and first line of journaling); Zolano Serif (journaling)
  • All papers and elements are from my upcoming School Days kit. Stay tuned!

Sources for Jaime’s layout are found here.

Published by Corie Farnsley

I am a freelance designer, writer and photographer with a passion for telling stories, especially those that are close to my heart. I love to document those stories in a tangible way — by making albums that will leave a legacy for my children and grandchildren.

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