As I mentioned in a previous post, I started a Project Disney album in order to document our 2011 and 2012 trips to Disney world. Since I am currently working on Project Life 2012, I started the Disney album with our 2012 vacation. I plan to go back and do 2011. Backwards, eh? Oh well, as long as the pictures get put into an album, I am happy.
Disney Title Page
I needed some general Disney pictures for this title page, but all I had was the topiaries of Mickey and Minnie. Lucky for me, the Internet is full of Disney pics. I am so glad that I can go online and find pictures of things we saw and did but that I didn't or couldn't catch a photo of. It's all about the memories not the photography for me.
For this page, I used Simple Stories 24/7 paper and stickers and this cute Mickey Mouse paper that I got at Michael's. The colors were perfect together. The Simple Stories line came in my June kit from The ScrapRoom.
Here's another Project Life sketch that I made. When I find a layout that works, I tend to repeat them over and over. This one really worked for me, so I made a sketch for my notebook. I thought I'd share with you.
I love this Mickey chipboard piece. I bought a set of them at Michael's and they are all a great size for the Project Life divided page protectors. I also plan to include Mickey heads throughout my Disney album. Sort of like the hidden Mickeys at the park. Here, I added a Mickey head button on top of the Lily Bee flair that came in my June ScrapRoom kit. It's pretty bulky, so I put it on the outside of the sheet protector. That seems to work pretty well.
I am loving working on my Disney pictures in Project Life style. There is no way that I would scrap all of the photos traditionally. There's just too many pics, 423 from 2012 alone. But this method is so fast and easy for me! See you soon.