Like it a lot. Would make great gifts for those who don't scrapbook. Can't wait to try it. Thanks
Too cute---thanks for sharing!!!
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Oh how cute and clever! Thanks so much for sharing<img border='0' src='/graphics/mbicons/smilies_v2/grin.gif'>
Yes I used a little thicker chipboard for the front coverand back cover(I do plan on doing a back cover the same as the front , maybe a little different but it will be the Mickey head just to tie it all together).I used a real thinner chipboard to stablize the inner pages, you can use the multi cut to cut your chipboard with the reg. blade.After a couple of chipboards I would take the blade out and clean around it though.
Also the pages are all at 7 1/2 except the feet which are at 5". I tried the feet at 7 1/2 and they were so big, they were out of porportion to the rest of the body. Hope thishelps anyone and if you need anymore instructions, just asked,,,,Carol
Project - Mickey Body Parts Book
posted 07/16/09 at 10:38 AM
I created this Mickey Book by using Cricut E and the Mickey and Friends cart. I thought I would use it for my Christmas pictures from last Christmas to Disney World. but I wanted to post it before i do the pictures.I suppose it also could be used as an autograph book,,,tfl,,,,Carol
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