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scrappinmom
09-28-2005, 04:10 PM
We're leaving in 5 days :banana: :banana: :banana: :banana: Of course I plan on spending my portion of the budget on scrap stuff...is there anything I NEED to buy at WDW that I can't get anywhere else?

stepmom3
09-28-2005, 07:35 PM
I would like to know this, too. We are leaving in 2 days!!!! :banana: :banana:

WDWAurora
09-28-2005, 09:51 PM
Mickey Mouse head eyelets-I like them better than the Mickey head balloons you can order elsewhere, and they're cheaper. Also, I like the "packs" that they put together. They are $15 for a 12x12 set that includes paper, stickers, diecuts...I got the wedding/honeymoon theme one this time and I used another one before. Cute! If you like special scissors, they have ones that cut mickey heads for a border. I got a castle punch and my grandparents brought me some of the tape with various characters on one of their trips.

It depends on what you will use!

scrappinmom
09-29-2005, 07:24 AM
It depends on what you will use!


LOL I dunno about you but my scrap purchases don't always reflect what I use...it's more like what I "gotta have" :rotfl: :rotfl:


The mm head eyelets sound fun! & I'd love a castle punch...I have the mm head punch...probably not the scissors. Thanks for the tips!

graygables
09-29-2005, 07:36 AM
HCOE paper pack, Castle charms, Mickey eyelets, 4 parks sticker pack, any other paper packs that suit your needs. I skip the scrapbooks (have a leftover fro 2004 that I've decided I'll never use) and spend more on embellishments/papers.

cobbler
09-29-2005, 08:11 AM
Mickey head eyelets and the punches of the characters like Stitch and Tink that they only have there :) :)

piratesmate
09-29-2005, 08:25 AM
They have a Tink punch?!?!? I hadn't heard that! Oh why did I open this thread?? :confused3

:rotfl2: :rotfl2:

ilovedale3
09-29-2005, 10:53 AM
I was just there last week and here's what I bought:


-a set of 20 gold castle snaps (kinda like eyelets or brads)... they are sooo cute! ($2.50 per pack)
-gold castle charms (attach with brads, eyelets, ribbon, etc.) that say "Disney Theme Parks" at the bottom ($2.50 per pack)
-a box of vintage-looking Disney stickers (many look like the old movie posters of Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Dumbo, etc) ($6.00 per pack)
- metal clips shaped like Mickey heads (can't remember the price!)


Other stuff I thought was cute:
-punches, which included the castle, Tink, Stitch, Pooh, and Tigger
-little tiny Tink stickers (really cute and over 100 in the pack!)
-a beautiful scrapbook... the front cover is made of wood and it has the logos of all four parks on the front (and at only $32.00, it was the same price as the regular vinyl scrapbooks they sell)
-scrapbooking packs (inlcuding paper, frames, stickers, etc.) featuring different themes like wedding, Halloween, Christmas, rides, etc.

Hope this helps!

reinita1002
09-29-2005, 02:28 PM
Awwwww Where did you see the tink punch?!?!? I was there last weekend also with my dad. All I bought was the classic movie stickers, mm paper clips and the scissors.

DiznEeyore
09-29-2005, 03:04 PM
Does anyone know how much the Tink punch is??

ilovedale3
09-29-2005, 08:11 PM
I saw the Tink punch at the scrapbook store at DTD and The World of Disney at DTD. I am not a real "punch" person so I didn't look at them closely, but I think the price was around $12(?). :confused3

DiznEeyore
09-29-2005, 08:48 PM
I saw the Tink punch at the scrapbook store at DTD and The World of Disney at DTD. I am not a real "punch" person so I didn't look at them closely, but I think the price was around $12(?). :confused3
Thanks! I'm going to set aside some punch-money for our trip next month. ;)

ilovedale3
09-29-2005, 08:56 PM
Thanks! I'm going to set aside some punch-money for our trip next month. ;)


You're welcome. I also went to the Character Corner outlet store in Orlando (it is in the outlet center on SR 535 that includes VF Outlet, Old Navy Outlet, etc.) and they had several Mickey punches. I got the Mickey Whale of a Punch, the medium Mickey punch, a little tiny Mickey punch from All Night Media, and a cute Mickey outline punch (he looks like he's walking!). The Whale of a Punch was $8.00, the medium was $6 (I think) and the others were about $4. They also had some other scrapping stuff, but it wasn't really "outlet" priced.

scrappinmom
09-29-2005, 09:03 PM
Thanks everyone ! I think I have a pretty well prepared list! Gotta get the eyelets, paper packs. 4 parks pack. castle punch..& a few other goodies I'm sure! I better call the LSS & reserve my post trip crop time now!!!

bamamom
09-29-2005, 09:59 PM
How much were the parks paper packs and the scissors? I leave Monday and I have $40 set aside for scrapbook supplies from Disney...may need to increase that because when I see it all...I will want it all ::yes::

WDWAurora
09-30-2005, 06:38 AM
Scissors were 6 I think, but I got mine a few years ago. The small paper packs that have 10 or so sheets plus stickers and diecuts were 15, can't remember on the larger packs of just paper.

scrappinmom
09-30-2005, 07:20 AM
How much were the parks paper packs and the scissors? I leave Monday and I have $40 set aside for scrapbook supplies from Disney...may need to increase that because when I see it all...I will want it all ::yes::


Oh gosh...just increase it now!!!! :rotfl: I put aside $100 for the scrap store & anything left over will be a bonus ! I just can't go over!

bamamom...where are you guys stayin? I see we're gonna be at the world at the same time!

kaddjr
09-30-2005, 09:13 AM
Oh my gosh, I'm gonna be in soooo much trouble on this trip! :rolleyes1 Hmmm, I suppose I could send DH and the kids for a sundae at Ghirardelli while I shop. :rolleyes: You know, kinda like Vegas- what happens at the sb store, stays at the sb store. :ssst: I could just have it shipped home... :rotfl:

GrayFal
09-30-2005, 09:33 AM
You're welcome. I also went to the Character Corner outlet store in Orlando (it is in the outlet center on SR 535 that includes VF Outlet, Old Navy Outlet, etc.) and they had several Mickey punches. I got the Mickey Whale of a Punch, the medium Mickey punch, a little tiny Mickey punch from All Night Media, and a cute Mickey outline punch (he looks like he's walking!). The Whale of a Punch was $8.00, the medium was $6 (I think) and the others were about $4. They also had some other scrapping stuff, but it wasn't really "outlet" priced.Is this the Premier outlets near hilton Grand Vacation Club and outbacks???? I think Premier was on I Drive?

bamamom
10-01-2005, 07:14 PM
bamamom...where are you guys stayin? I see we're gonna be at the world at the same time!


scrappin mom.... we are staying at Allstar Music :banana:

scrappinmom
10-01-2005, 07:38 PM
scrappin mom.... we are staying at Allstar Music :banana:


We're at POP.....Have a GREAT trip! & don't buy all the scrappin supplies ! I'm not goin to DTD till next Friday night ! :rotfl2:

Honeybehr1
10-01-2005, 08:00 PM
Mickey Mouse head eyelets-I like them better than the Mickey head balloons you can order elsewhere, and they're cheaper. Also, I like the "packs" that they put together. They are $15 for a 12x12 set that includes paper, stickers, diecuts...I got the wedding/honeymoon theme one this time and I used another one before. Cute! If you like special scissors, they have ones that cut mickey heads for a border. I got a castle punch and my grandparents brought me some of the tape with various characters on one of their trips.

It depends on what you will use!


Thanks for the heads up. I have $100 Disney Dollars to spend on scrapping stuff from my birthday. Now I have a good idea what to get. :banana:

nanajoyx2
10-01-2005, 09:55 PM
The punches were $6 in July.

DazedandConfused
10-03-2005, 03:17 PM
Silly question - I haven't been scrapbooking in a while...all my pics are stacked in boxes just waiting but... back to my question. What do you do with the mickey head eyelets? I've seen them before and can't quite figure them out. Also I bought a scrapbook for our last trip 2004 12X12 and it is postbound (unlike all my other creative memories stuff) but I can't find refill pages anywhere. Thanks for any help. Chris.

scrappinmom
10-03-2005, 03:33 PM
First of all....get out the scrappin toys sister & get movin!!!! :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl: Ok now for your original question...The eyelets could be used a zillion ways to embellish a page, a border, a journal box...etc...

You can usually get post bound album refills at any scrap store...Michaels, JoAnn's, Hobby Lobby etc...look to see who the mfgr. is. hth

piratesmate
10-03-2005, 04:29 PM
If you go to TwoPeas you can search the LOs posted by techniques & products used. People who have posted their LOs & have listed "grommets/eyelets" as something they used on their pages will have their pages show up on the list.

You'll have to look at the pages to see where they're used, but this will give you an idea of things you can do with them. BTW - I've used them to attach vellum & I've used the cute shaped ones almost like a sticker...meaning just to decorate!

I already did the search for this one: http://www.twopeasinabucket.com/pg.asp?gallery=1&cmd=tech_display&technique_id=40

And your refill pages question has been asked before unfortunately. :( Here's one about the 2005 albums: http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=924021

ETA: I found the thread about the 2004 albums...it was specifically about the ones with wood covers, but you might find some info there. I know the common theme, though, has been that the regular stores don't carry the refills you need. :( http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=728240

Hope this helps.

DazedandConfused
10-12-2005, 09:45 PM
Thanks for the info. I went to AC Moore this weekend. They had awesome Disney stuff - including a mickey head punch, great papers and awesome stickers including great tink and the princesses. I was so happy and thrilled to find stuff and on sale! I just bought so plain old refill pages. I will never buy another disneyworld album - it stinks that they don't make refill pages and now I'm stuck using cheap pages vs. my own creative memories good stuff. Oh well, live and learn. Thanks again, chris.

DVCajun
10-12-2005, 09:57 PM
They have a Tink punch?!?!? I hadn't heard that! Oh why did I open this thread?? :confused3

:rotfl2: :rotfl2:

No kidding. One more thing now that I "gotta have!!" :love: