Saturday, October 16, 2010

{Disney Class "WHAT A BUNCH OF CHARACTERS" Scrapbook Pages}

So, I have finally gotten around to taking photos of my next Disney Class's pages. I don't know why, but that part always slows me down. :(

The entire spread

Left Page

Right Page

Donald, Daisy, Mickey and Pluto make up most of the title.

Up close to each of them. I didn't want to have to layer and glue down more words that we needed to (especially since we have 5 characters to put together PLUS part of the title) so I printed these on cardstock, inked the edges and layered them on black cardstock.

The rest of the title. Cut letters, layered on a white shadow and popped up from the page with 3D pop dots.

Here's Goofy. I just love him! :) The circle can be used for journaling. I thought it might be fun to go around the edges and then fill in the middle, too.

This spot if perfect for smaller photos. The 4 white circles can be used for anything. I am going to use mine for the year.

The others got a close up. Goofy should have one, too! :)

So there you have it. What do you think? It really is a colorful page, and I love it! Excited about the class coming up. See you all then!


D'On Marx said...

Love it! Can't wait to do it! Yay!

Melissa Dunsmoor said...

I'm loving the pages! Can't wait for Thursday!

The Avid Scrapper said...

I was so sick of black, red and yellow! It was fun to work with all the color. Happy you like it. It really is cuter in person. See ya both on Thursday!

4kids4 said...

Colorful, fun pages...perfect for Disney. Love the filmstrip! TFS!

~Sharon C.

Carrie Bouchard said...

These pages are truly incredible, Carla! What a cute cute cute idea. The film strip, the caption, the colors... just precious. How original and eye-catching!

Luv-To-Scrap said...

So cute, I go to Disneyland all the time with my grand-
daughters. Luv your LO. I am a grandmother of 4
girls, so I'm making a scrapbooks for them.

Michele said...

Wow... you do beautfiul work!! And I so agree with all you have said about the "Time and energy" put into scrapbooking. Love your blurb on the right side of your blog about people wanting custom work. They really don't know all the time and effort that goes into it unless they attempt themselves. Glad I found your blog!!

creativeprincess said...

I have just discovered your blog and am now a follower! I love just the small sampling of your work I saw today! Can't wait to get lots of future inspiration from you!

The Avid Scrapper said...

Sharon, thanks so much for your comments. I wasn't sure about the red film strip, but it really did turn out better than I planned. °Ü° I have an idea for another page with a film strip now.

Carrie, thanks so much! You are always so sweet with your comments. :D

Luv-To-Scrap, What a wonderful grandmother you are! My parents used to take my kids to Disneyland and they love remembering all the fun times there with them. You are giving your grand-daughters priceless memories! Enjoy your trips and scrappin' those fantastic memories!

Michelle, Thank you so much for backing me up! I sometimes get a bit of backlash for that. Scrappin' is fun, but it is WORK! I really appreciate your stoppin' by and dropping me a line! Hope to hear from you again. °Ü°

Tara, Thanks so much for following me! Hopefully, I won't disappoint. Thanks for your kind words, they mean a lot to me.

Lesley said...

Thank you for the inspiration. We are heading to DL in 4 weeks and I want to get a bit of a headstart on my album (since I haven't yet finished the one from *ahem* 5 years ago). I am going to "pin" your Disney layouts in Pinterest so that I can find them at a simple click...again, thanks for sharing!

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