Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Hello Disney!

Alrighty, I think it's about time for another post on here.

Today I'm finally finishing up my creations from a Two Scrapbook Friends DT Kit using another awesome collection of Disney themed papares/embellies by Queen & Co.

I finished these what seems like eons ago but still seem to find myself playing catch-up when it comes to blogging!

Oh well!

Today's page is the exact opposite to my first (which you can check out here) which captured the final day of our Disney vacation.......waiting for the bus to take us to the airport to be precise!

Nope, today's photo's were taken when we very first arrived at the Magic Kingdom.....still in Ontario weather related travel clothes!

Hello Disney!

I love that I was able to pick up the Disney style font 'Waltograph', free from Dafont to create part of the title, and I cut a film strip with my Silhouette to place behind.

The viewfinder disc is another Silhouette creation, but I imported a 'Mickey' image into the slides.  'Woodies' and some Disney flair finish that corner nicely.

The background has a little texture paste added using a stencil, and I layered a couple of chevron style arrows to co-ordinate.

Finally.....some Washi tape, and a little bling dotted on to the teeny starbursts.

That's about all but I did create a Sketch of this page, so if it's of any use, I'm posting here......

Have a wonderful day and I'll see you tomorrow for Little Red Wagon,



Tracy Penney

Fun layout. I love your layout design. I think your sketches are just fabulous. What program do you create your sketches in?


ADORE! I totally love this layout - just everything about it is perfection!
Joanne xo


Jayne, I love love love this. I love everything about it. AWESOME layout! I've pinned it for future inspiration! :)


Loving this Jayne!! The black really makes everything POP!! Thanks for sharing the sketch!! I have pinned that for later.


how did you make the border on the yellow paper? I would like to create a similar layout.


The yellow background paper was cut using one of the shapes in the "9 Lori Whitlock square background shapes" cut file in the Silhouette store.

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