I used some Disney paper - see Mickey peeking through the stripes? What I didn't realize was that I had 2 pieces of 12 X 12 coordinating paper. I found the piece with Mickey peeking out after I'd already cut up the coordinating piece of paper. The beauty of paper crafting.
The black background is Authentique - one of my faves.
The Tower of Terror is my favorite ride in the Disney parks. I love the drop. The first time Emily (who is 18 now and in the picture with her Dad and me) stood in line for this ride she was fine until they did the 'set up'. You know - all Disney rides have the 'set up'. They told the story of the family that disappeared in the hotel - yada yada yada. It was at that point she decided she did not want to go on this ride. She cried and repeated over and over - I don't want to ride; I don't want to ride. I'm sure the people who were sitting in the car with us were judging us for making her ride. What they didn't know was that she had done that on other rides, but after she rode she asked to ride again. Fear of the unknown. Fortunately, she rode the Tower of Terror and immediately wanted to ride again. I think the first time she rode was when she was 7.
Here Emily tried on some of the cool headbands.
The last 2 shots are close ups of the awesome Paper Wizard die cuts. I found them at Archivers. What I did not realize is that are in pieces. They are cut out, but they are not put together. That proved to be quite a challenge. A friend of mine bought the one that looks like Cinderella's Castle - I can't even image putting that one together.
Have a great day and be inspired.