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Main Street, USA

12X12 layout Basic Grey Michelle Unruh PB&J Kit

Happy Hump Day! I am back to share another project I made with the PB & J kit. Today, I have another Disney themed page to share with you. Main Street, USA, be it in Disney Land or Disney World is like stepping back in time. It is very quaint and old fashioned feeling. The buildings have a Victorian era/vintage feel to them. I wanted to play up that vintage feeling on my page.


When I received my kit and was going through photos, these photos that I had already printed in b/w grabbed me. Last week, when the Basic Grey sketch went up, I knew I had to use it. It was perfect for my photos. I immediately went to work. I knew I wanted to use them with the blue floral paper. I wanted to stick pretty much with the teal and navy colors. I took the blue floral paper and cut the center out of it, flipped it over and used the tiny wave/chevron side. I matted that on navy cardstock and attached it back onto the floral. Taking the two different teal papers and punching them with a lace punch really helped add to the feeling of my page. 


Since I was going for a totally different feeling than what the paper line's feel is, I rummaged through my stash looking for all kinds of teal flowers and anything that would help with my page. The die cut flower from the kit worked perfectly. I backed it onto a paper flower, adding a rosebud and a few other flowers from my stash, as well as a couple of punched leave/stems. The doily really added to my Victorian theme. I also cut the borders off some of the die cuts to layer up around my page.


For my title, I used one of the tags included in the kit (with a strip cut off of another to layer. A few more flowers and punched pieces finish it off.

I finished off my title with the canvass banners that I toned down a bit by spritzing with some white Mr. Huey from a past kit. I added the white thickers from my stash... they work so good with the theme here. I anchored them with some twine and buttons.

I love how this came together. Just goes to show, you don't need Disney themed products to have a great Disney page. :)

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