Wednesday, September 15, 2021

Mouse Shaped Mini Album with Doodlebug

Hey guys! Today, I’m excited to be sharing my latest Doodlebug Design Team Project that was posted on their blog yesterday. Since I grew up in Florida, anything theme park related makes me think of Disney World. So, when I was deciding what to create, a mini album shaped like mouse ears seemed like a no-brianer!

I used my Silhouette Cameo machine to create the mouse ears design and to cut it out of black cardstock. I made 6 double-sided pages and then had fun decorating them with Doodlebug’s, Fun At The Park collection. When I was finished with the design, I used my Cinch tool to bind it all together. (Product links below.)

I took advantage of every little space, including the ears. I mimicked the round shape with an adorable balloon die cut and a circular mat for a photo or journaling. I used a 3.5” scalloped circle and 3” circle punch for this.
Wouldn’t this make the cutest gift? You could create it for someone who’s recently visited the park or just really loves all things Disney. The size is great and the mouse shape is fun and super unique!

This album is perfect for photos of Disney’s Main Street, the castle, your favorite characters and autographs. There’s room for pictures of the rides like the roller coasters, Haunted Mansion, Pirates of the Caribbean, Peter Pan, and It’s a Small World.

Don’t forget the parade and evening light display! These fireworks die cuts are amazing and I love layering the different sizes. They’re from the new Bits and Pieces, as are most of the die cuts throughout the album.
Never underestimate the space in a mini, lol! I was able to fit 5 photo mats, a circle piece for journaling, that adorable car die cut and lots of cute embellishments on the two pages above!
For these pages, I added the cute square card, “Destination Happiness” from the 12x12 paper called Sweet Celebration and a few more die cuts (the sunshine, gingham tag, and stars) from the Bits and Pieces.

Even a little shaped album needs a cute pocket element so I added a small one for the red polka dot tag. Use this for a fun photo and tuck it away safely! And ... can you spot the tiny Polaroid shape sprinkle? Love!

Here’s what this little cutie looks like closed. I loved using iconic Disney themes for the cover - the mouse ears, the red and white polka dots and the castle. Perfect.💗
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