Monday, July 11, 2011

On Vacation Post #2- Mickey and Friends Monday!

Hi Everybody!
I really hope you are enjoying this newest feature on my blog.  I am so excited to share the Disney and Cricut magic!  I am still on vacation, and didn't create a new project, but I wanted to share one I previously had made.

I made a Pin the Badge on Woody game! (I got this cart for Christmas and I loooooove it!) Here are my project details:

*Toy Story cartridge = Woody, both titles
*Woody and all layers cut @ 23 1/2"
*titles and all layers cut @ 3 1/2"
*cardstock from my stash for all cuts
*white gel pen
*poster board
*The stars on the side are the extra badges for the players to pin on Woody :o)

*I just wrote "PIN HERE" so that kids/people would know where they are supposed to pin the badge.

Done! This took a little time to put together, but because it was so big, it was pretty easy. 

And now for my guest Cooking With Cricut design team sister Jennifer Hudson!  She made a beautiful project:

I created this 12 x 12 scene for my 7 year old daughter using the Disney Dreams Come True cartridge. Jasmine and Aladdin will call their new home a 12 x 12 Plexiglas frame over her dresser. 


Jasmine and Aladdin are cut at 10" wide by 6 3/4" tall. "Aladdin" text is cut at 8 7/8" wide by 3" tall. The stars were drawn free-hand with a white gelly roll pen and the clouds were sponged on using a cloud mask and a white rubber stamp ink pad.

My tip for all Disney cartridges -- Keep the pieces on your mat until you are ready to glue them down! That way those itty bitty pieces won't get lost or mistakenly thrown out.

Jen @ Musings of a Crafty Mom

Wasn't that awsome??  Now don't forget to comment on every "On Vacation" post this week to be entered for the prize.  There will be TWO lucky winners!

To enter for this FANTASTIC prize:

(2) $10 Gift Certificate to Pink By Design!!
There will be TWO lucky winners!

1. Leave a comment on every post from 7/10 to 7/17 ("On Vacation" posts)
2. Join the Pink By Design Community and make a quick little post. (only need to do once)
3. Become a follower of the PBD blog.

TFL, and I will see you all when I get back!!!


  1. I love that pin the badge on Woody game!! I dread all those little pieces but doing it at this size looks like it would be a piece of cake!!

  2. Love the Woody! Enjoy your vacation.

  3. I'm a follower of the PBD blog. LOVE IT!!!

  4. Looks great. and the tip about keeping things on the true!

  5. I'm a member of the PBD community. It's a great place to get new ideas and have fun with other crafters.

  6. Jenny, I LOVE this new feature because I LOVE my Disney cartridges. Awesome job to you and your Guest designer! Hugs- Glora

  7. Love Disney carts and the idea of keeping the little pieces 'stuck' Have fun!
    jejaeb at cfl dot rr dot com

  8. OMG! How fabulous!! I always deter myself from the Disney carts unless I use my Cri-Kits pens instead of cutting. Those are just adorable!

  9. I love your project made with scraps. I am a follower and TFS.


  10. I love pin the badge on Woody! I want to make something like that for the classroom! Also loving the tip of leaving the pieces on the mat until ready to glue down. I can't tell you how many pieces I hand cut because I have lost one.

    Have a good vacation!


  11. Adorable projects. I love the idea with Woody.

  12. Super fun projects! Love Disney!
    OneCreativeMomma at yahoo dot com

  13. What a cute idea for a party! Love it! And love the Jasmine and Aladin card too!

  14. Amazing projects!! Been a follower for a long time!! And still love coming back to see all your wonderful projects!!
    ♥ Laura ♥

  15. Cute cards. The Disney carts always intimidate me. :)

  16. I love the Toy Story cart, too! Great idea for the game!

  17. wow i think i really need the Disney Cartridges.....Love it

  18. love them both... I have a ?... What Cartridge did you use for the word "Aladdin"?


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