For this page, I had a lot of fun using cards from the Simple Stories Say Cheese Collection. Although you could certainly use this collection for other things, it is just perfect to use in a Disney scrapbook. For embellishment I added a few Mickey icon punches to the cards. The Pop Century journal card is a free printable I found on Pinterest. (Be sure to follow my Project Life board as I share a lot of ideas and free printables that I come across.)
The top and bottom slots on the left are both postcards I bought at the resort. You can’t tell from the picture, but the top postcard is 3-D. I love to use postcards on my pages whenever I can as they are a great way to ensure you get beautiful pictures for your scrapbook.
I included one of our park tickets, but it will eventually be the slot where I include our room key. The key kept falling out of the slot so I put it aside so I wouldn’t lose it. Somehow in our move over the summer, I lost it anyway 🙁 So that will go there when I come across it again. Fortunately all the rest of our memorabilia was already in the album.
I did something a little bit different for the Walt Disney World arch photo. I felt a rush of excitement as we drove under that arch on to the Disney resort so I wanted to document that on my page. I used a label maker to add a caption and I really liked the effect. I added my label maker to my Project Life supplies so I can make sure to use it again. I also added a tiny heart punched shape to tie it to the heart on the Hello Magic 3×4 card.
This insert page contains the Pop Century map they gave us when we checked in and also our parking pass. The only embellishing I did on this page was to add a Mickey sticker. I think it was from a scrapbooking pack I picked up at Downtown Disney. On the back of the page is our bill from the resort. I thought it would be fun to look back and see how much we spent on our room.
For my next layout, I kept it pretty simple. I wanted to mimic the feel and the colors from the 60’s section of Pop Century. I stuck to bright colored cardstock for the background and border strip. The page protector is from We R Memory Keepers. It is the only one I have found that lets you have 4×6 vertical and horizontal pictures on a page.
I saved all the paperwork and brochures we were given at the resort and included the little Pop Century information packet on my page. I kept it with the intention of making it into a 3×4 filler card, but ended up using the whole thing.
For the border strip, I used the Mickey Font Cricut Cartridge to cut the title. The fun retro stickers are from the Icons sticker sheet from Doodlebug Design. So cute!
So that’s all for this week. Next week I will be sharing the rest of our pictures from Disney’s Pop Century resort.
I am linking this post to Project Life Tuesday over at The Mom Creative. Project Life is a wonderful scrapbooking system designed by Becky Higgins. If you would like to learn more about this style of scrapbooking, be sure to check out Becky’s website. While you are at it, be sure to check out all our Project Life Scrapbooking posts.