I decided it was time for an update on my Disney Project Life Album (aka Pocket Album) from our epic family vacation last year. Truthfully, I have not touched this album since November. I said I was going to work on it at the end of January, but then I got really involved with my son’s birthday. However, I refuse to put away the pile of embellishments and papers I pulled out for this album. This week, there has been a feeling of spring in the air (despite the snow STILL on the ground!). I thought pulling this out and looking through the album would inspire me to start work on it again.
I am continuing with our first day at Disney Hollywood Studios. The Great American Movie Ride gave some great photos and a nice cool break for the day.
One of the keys to a project life album is variety in how you define the spaces. For this page, I used only a half page because it worked out perfectly with my photos and embellishments. The problem with half pages is that the clear edges can be undefined. So I punched out 2 borders and glued them back to back on the outside of the half page. This gave a nice defining edge so you could see there were two sheets.
One of our top priorities was to see Disney Junior: Live on Stage. My little guy loved Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and especially Toodles. We rounded out our afternoon with the extremely fast Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster and the Tower of Terror. Ok, I sat outside with Blake during the tower cause, yeah, I am totally a scaredy cat.
We ended the evening with the amazing show Fantasmic. My Dad said this was his favorite Disney attraction of the whole trip. My camera did not capture pictures very well. So I made a collage out of photos from Google of the show’s highlights. The drawing of Maleficent is hand drawn by me and my favorite feature of this page. Adding nontraditional elements into albums is unique and adds interest to a page.
Have a great Day!