Hello everyone! My Sunday got complicated yesterday, so I wasn't able to post. Today, I decided to finish off DISNEY WEEK and show you the rest of the layouts in the Disney Album. So this will be a very long and PIC HEAVY post!!! But I think it will be worth it, so keep reading!
If this is your first time here at my blog, be sure to check out the other Disney Layouts by either reading the older posts below or click the Disney label on the right side (or you can simply click HERE and see all of the Disney layouts). I would love to know if you've enjoyed this themed week of layouts, so be sure to comment and let me know you were here and what your favorite layout(s) was!
Let's start with this first one, which is all made with the Mickey Font cartridge (a must-have and one that I use probably most often for fonts). I love the font, but it also has all of the basic characters and some other neat features like the tag, ticket, and license plate. Here it is with closeups...
Here are two single page layouts, one for each ride in Magic Kingdom. The first one includes the merry-go-round cut from the Carousel cartridge. The title is from Baby Steps and Cuttin Up, which are glittered.
I can't remember a lot of the details from the layout below, but the title is from Mickey Font.
I really love this layout below because I was able to take the idea in my head and create it in my gypsy. I wanted it western and with a rope, so I found Howdy pre made on Create a Critter and the badge. I then replicated the look to create "Partner" using Lyrical Letters cartridge. Now the border was quite a find! It is from Stretch Your Imagination under the Card Frame feature. It cuts in a square, but I cut it to create the continuous border across both pages. The characters are from a sticker sheet, which I put on card stock and then cut around and popped (of course, lol!).
I also added some lines to make the title look like rope, see here:
This layout is scrap lifted, but I don't remember from where and the file is on my stolen computer :(
This layout is also a cool one, I think. I distressed it some with some rippled cardboard and white paint. "Start your Engines" is from the Cars cartridge, as are the flags. I created the title by creating irregular squares (which I doodled around) and placing the letters (from Cuttin' Up) in each one. I made the large, red loop border by welding a ton of cursive l's! Here is the layout with a close up of each page...
This is the last page of the album, like a hodge podge of left over pictures. I had this great sticker sheet with a ton of banners and I wanted to use all of it, so I did as my left side border of the page. The top corner is a felt pre made border, which I cut to create the corner effect.
For the trip, I had created an Autograph Album for my kiddos with my Bind-It-All machine which they used throughout the trip. I wanted to put it in the album in a way that you could flip through it to see all of the autographs. I decided to create this on the inside of the back cover of the album. I used this pattern paper with all of the signatures (how appropriate, huh!) and then placed the autograph album on top.
Wow, that was a really long post! I hope you've enjoyed DISNEY WEEK here at ScrapSticklePop. If you've enjoyed it, please be sure to leave me a comment below and let me know what your favorite layout(s) was. You can also post or pass along a link to my blog to your other bloggy friends who might like to see it!
I'm also entering some of these layouts in the following challenges:
Crafty Chics - Disney Pixar Link Up Party
Whimsical Wednesdays - Anything Goes
Getting Scrappy Challenge @ Amanda's Crafts & More - Challenge #18 Getting Inky
Passionately Artistic - Linking Party
You Had Me at Craft - Linking Party
Thanks for stopping by!
Be sure to stop by tomorrow as I get into the Halloween spirit!