Wednesday, June 27, 2012

More Scrap Camp Magic

I have so much more to share with you about Scrap Camp that I don't know where to begin.  I think that the best place to start is where I left off on my last post and that is at the Fab Five Diner.  There were WONDERFUL treats at Scrap Camp's Fab Five Diner!  We had a GIANT Mickey Mouse Rice Krispie treat that was straight from Walt Disney World.  I was lucky enough to get an ear!

Straight from Disney World!

Myself and my friend Candy.  We each got an ear!  YUMMY!

Delicious Disney styled cupcakes made by Scrapeteer Delma.

More treats at the Diner!

Even our refrigerator at the Diner was decorated Disney style.

Needless to say the food was an important part of our Scrap Camp weekend! ha-ha  We also had lots of other treats that the gals brought.  Those treats just happened to have been eaten before I could get a picture of them.

Just so you don't think that all I did was hang out at the Diner while I was at camp here's a picture of one of the cards that I made.

I used the Cricut cartridge Disney Dreams Come True.  I cut the adorable Mrs. Potts at 5 1/2 inches.  This is a shaped card (see next picture)

This is the inside of the card.  With the help of my friend Peggy & my Gypsy I welded Mrs. Potts so that she is a shaped card.  The sentiment is from Rubbernecker.

I will be back soon to share more about the fun I had at scrap camp.  Thanks for stopping by and have a magical filled day!

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  1. O M G how super from a true and dire Mickey Mouse FAN... and that teapot card is amazing too bad I do not have that cartridge... hmmm I sure would like to have a couple of those cards hint hint : )

  2. No gathering would be complete without food! yum. Go you on getting an ear. Yep, I can see Soni drooling over every single item. That Mickey Napkin holder is a must for any collector ;-)


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