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oh walt…i love you. (aka disney printables how to)

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disney is my favorite
favorite things.
favorite.
if you remember….i was cruella for halloween..
and basically the only vacation i ever took was to disneyland
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I had a whole mickey party for my daughter’s birthday last year…
i have a disney crap pinboard…
i wanted to be belle at disneyland..
i own almost every classic disney cartoon movie.
and two disney movie games.
and a princess movie game.
and i love disney.
one of me and the kiddos favorite game to play at the dinner table or in the car is to say a quote from a disney movie and guess where it came from….
like…” you broke my smolder”
or.. “flowers, chocolates, promises you don’t intend to keep.”
and “you are only in trouble if you get caught”
or how about, “fish are friends. not food.”
so this project is right up my alley.
and it’s very easy.
(and this post is about to contain the most pictures ever!!!!)
I have given a tutorial on how to create printables with picnik HERE..
and picnik is goin a bye bye..so this is kinda useless info..
but if you want to make your own…upload any phote..use the exposure to make it all white…
and since everyone can use the premium features…you can go to photo basket and drag any picture to the blank white…
so i just found the image i needed…uploaded it…dragged it to my paper…and then added text around it to make it fit.
(if you need to crop make sure you click keep proportions or you going to have an odd shaped print that doesn’t fit into any frame.
and you can always right click your mouse and bring things foward (like the text!)
(or send things to the back)
and you will want to make sure you image has a white background…
(or you will have to do something like the hunchback picture….

for the book pages ..i took old scraps of paper and just regular computer paper..

and glued it all on randomly….

then trimmed the edges….

and loaded it in the printer as usual…(you will want to make sure you get all those little edges glued down nice and smooth…

or else it will come up and print on half of it and mess it all up…

okay..so here’s all the pictures…(I also have them all HERE in a google document!)
I would either just open them up in a word document…insert them as an image and then size it how i needed it…..or in my picture file i have a print button
and i can pick the exact size i need….
(you can also upload them to staples and get large ones (or if you don’t mind them in black and white get the engineering ones that are HUGE for like 2.99.)
and print…
for the paper bag one..
i literally took a brown sack and cut it to a paper size and added it like a piece of paper..easy peasy!
you can also use the texture feature on picnik…
and here’s my disclaimer:
some don’t  enlarge very clear (i’ve resized..it’s just the image!)
and some might even be spelled wrong
and some have a faint outline around it so i can see the sizes when i’m makin it..
all stuff that i’m not going to fix (sorry…but it just ain’t happening!)
(this is the only one that turned!)
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Kimbo blogs at A girl and a glue gun--where she puts her hot glue gun to good use (as well as her vinyl cutter and sewing machine) She loves all crafts and is thrifty (the nice way to say she's cheap) So she is constantly trying to come up with fast and easy projects that won't break the bank! She lives in Idaho with her hot husband and 3 kiddos.