Hi guys, today is Disney day! I'm working through my Disney album in Project Life style, using Sahlin Studios and the Honey and Midnight Core Kits from Becky Higgins. Today is Layout 09, with another great photo of the Castle. Have a look at my process here:
Here is the layout with photos and the journaling cards in place:
This is the layout completed:
I started with this simple title card from Sahlin Studios and added very simple embellishments:
The last ride we took for the day was the Carousel, and while I wasn't able to get any photos from a distance, I did get several close-ups of the kids' expressions. We are all exhausted, but still taking it all in. These photos sum up the day for me.
I used the 3x4 cards in the center to journal about the end of the day and my overall feelings about our day.
Even though I could not remember where we are for breakfast or dinner (!!) I still wanted to include eating at Pinocchio's Village Haus. We liked it there and would definitely go back!
Just a few embellishments from Shimelle's Starshine collection here. The ticket seemed apropos for the Carousel.
This guy doesn't ride carousels any more, so I am happy to look back on this photo and remember the days he still did. Such awesome memories.
The other side of the layout is an enlarged photo of the Castle at night. Now, I know this photo is not entirely in focus, and in some ways I hate that because the lights truly are amazing. For a long time I avoided this project precisely because I thought my photos were so imperfect, and I am working to get past that. I am working to stop waiting for photos to be perfect, just take them and scrap what you take. I'm really happy I made this layout, and especially happy I am making this album right now.
I left the photo completely unadorned, but did add three journal cards as a border to this layout.
Another opportunity here to write about how I felt about seeing the Castle and how much I love it. It's so good to get those thoughts down!
Just one more tiny embellishment cluster at the bottom.
That is all for today, friends. See you tomorrow for Throwback Thursday!