Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Alice in Wonderland Mini (free printables)

I've been a zombie for the last three weeks. Why? I've recently started using my scrapbook software I purchased over a year ago. Not very good yet, but someday I'll get there. Anyway, I am quite impressed with myself (yes bragging). I have done something I didn't think I would ever do.  I just needed some inspiration from other digital scrapbookers. I think that's what you call them- now me.

As I was saying, zombie. Every chance I had- I worked on an Alice in Wonderland digital Mini. I'm a very slow crafter and slightly anal about certain things. Perfect pictures, perfect colors, so on... Of course, you would never know that cause my crafts are NEVER perfect.  I also take forever to finish any project I start.

Because I am new at this. I don't have a lot of digital backgrounds or images that I can use. So, I googled pretty much everything. I am a Google FREAK.  I believe you can find anything by googling. And you all know, as searching and googling goes.  I tend to find many interesting things and often get sidetracked from what I was originally doing. So, there's a few more hours added to not finishing a project. Eventually, I did finish my first digital mini. And now I am going to share it. You may print it out and decorate it however you want. I will be back to show you the final product with added embellishments. I enjoyed doing this very much and can't wait to start on another one. Hope you like it.

I found tons of digital free stuff from these wonderful blogs. Visit them. They are super SWEET for sharing and creatively TALENTED in what they do.  All of the Alice in Wonderland pictures were from random websites.  Sorry, too many to list.  Like I said, I just googled everything.

* SweetlyScrapped
* Shabby Blogs
* Shery K Designs
* Starsflowerstudio
* A Cherry on Top
* Hub Pages
* Free Pretty Things For You









Cut around the full pages and fold it in half.  Put glue on the back around the edges.  Mini book size is about 8' X 5 2/8'.

As for the envelopes, cut it out.  Fold the two smaller edges to form kind of a pouch.  Put glue on those small folded edges only.

 
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21 comments:

  1. Very nice! Love free printables! Thank you so much for taking the time to visit my blog! It means a lot to me!

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  2. Thanks Michele. Love your blog!

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  3. Very Very Very cool!!!! Thank you so much for sharing... you did a beautiful job with everything! :)

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  4. I found this thru pintrest. Absolutely love it and AIW. Thank you! so very much for sharing and or creating this. :)

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    1. You're welcome Amanda. Thanks for

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  5. hi Michele,i'm totally new to scrapbooking, and have always loved the Alice theme, but not able to afford it due to financial state, and i also live in a remote tiny town in Australia, so no scrapbook supplies here. thank you so much for sharing this, it'd helped me alot, you're so kind and beutiful.....i wished you're my neighbour and buddy.

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    1. Thank you Amy! I hope you found it useful.

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  6. Thank you for sharing the printable's. Just what I was looking for. x

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  7. I absolutely love these printables. Thank you so very much

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  8. Alice in Wonderland is my very favorite story and I am thrilled to have these printables. They are lovely. Thank you for making my journal that much more "Wonder"ful :)

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  9. Thank you Reenec and Sheeri-Ann! Thanks for stopping by!

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  10. Did you ever post the finished mini book?

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  12. Thank you so much for these. I can't wait to come home and start working on this mini. :)

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  13. I was wondering what software you used to create this? I would love to making something like this. I also love that you shared this wonderful printable with us. It is so amazing. Thank you!

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  14. hi, I have seen many of the Alice themes...but yours has inspired me to print and make one ! Luv it ! Thanks so much for sharing !! I can't wait to do this ...it's awesome !

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  15. This is wonderful, thank you for sharing and being so generous with your time and skills.
    I am teaching a Alice in Wonderland workshop soon and am looking for ideas. Would you have objection to me printing some of these to use in a paid class? If I do have your agreement, is there any copyright issues I need to consider as you sourced some of your images from Google. I know the original drawings are now free to use which is wonderful! Thank you again. I will certainly be printing some of these for my personal use, clever you!

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  16. thank you so much my daughter is going to be thrilled

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  17. Is it okay to use your Alice in Wonderland images in journals that I offer for sale? Thanks

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  18. i LOVE this but...I am having a hard time getting it to print in a readable size-not sure what I am doing wrong...? Please help! Want to make this book asap for a swap I am involved in. Thanks!

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