Article courtesy of Scrapjazz.com: by Maegan Hall

 

Being overwhelmed by my 600+ printed photographs from our Disney vacation, I searched the gallery for some scrapliftable inspiration! Not only did I get some great ideas and titles, but I was also inspired to take better photos next time.

  1. Disneyland 2007 by Noelfab - I love how she highlighted several different photos from her trip, all on one page. You could speed up the process using a square punch.

  2. http://www.scrapjazz.com/myjazz/index.php?mod=galleries&u=4412&m=view&id=393939&page=1&f=1 by Hyperstarre - This is such an innovative idea--journaling with your index prints!

  3. 1_113Meeting Mickey Mouse by Kayla R - Kayla waited several years to scrapbook her Disney photos. I love the bright letters around a book-plate-like oval. It's never too late to scrapbook your Disney vacation, especially if they're photos from when you were a kid.

  4. We're Going to Disney! by JennK - I love how the photos actually show them running to hug their dad. THIS is a memory to scrapbook. Take note: Before you announce to the kids that you're going to Disney, have the camera ready to capture their facial expressions.

  5. Confessions of a Mapaholic by Jen Miller - I love how she journaled from the boy's perspective, as if he was telling the story. Is there a special souvenir story from your trip? Be sure to include it along with a photo of the prized possession.

  6. Honk Honk by Ljpalumbo - It's as if the patterned papers were specifically designed for that photo. The textures and mixed fonts make this layout so fun. When scrapbooking your Disney pictures, don't use just Disney-themed papers.

  7. Norway WDW by JaneHollon - This layout inspires me to take more pictures of the sights of Disney, not just the events. The composition of the layout leads all attention to the photo and title.

  8. Spin by N7zug - The large circle in this composition supports the theme of the spinning teacups! Journaling alongside the circle draw our eyes into a circular motion as well.

  9. Disney Memories by Rptt60 - I love how she cut the vellum swirls and made a little mini collage of goodies around her main photo. Is your Disney-themed paper too busy? Cut out a few elements from the patterned paper and arrange them on your layout as embellishments like this artist did.

  10. Wicked by Ramona - I just love how the photo pops on this layout since it is framed with a thick solid-colored mat. The white title is so bright and noticeable.

  11. Haunted Mansion by Born2scrap - This artist created her own scene to match her photos using stickers, chalk, diecuts and handmade embellishments. Now you know what to do if you can't find a patterned paper to match your photo.

  12. 12 Again by Marilou64 - This layout proves that you don't have to be a kid to enjoy Disney. I love the swirls, textured flowers and white outlined frame. Don't forget to journal YOUR perspective of the trip, not just the kiddos.

  13. Cinderella's Castle by Nic073 - This layout is simple and clean with some trendy embellishments. When you're journaling about your Disney trip, don't forget to add which day of your trip it was.

  14. One Flirtatious Mouse by N7zug - The composition of this layout is amazing. Non-traditional paisley paper accents Minnie's polka dots. If you are traveling with a male companion, get him in the photos with the characters too.

  15. You Had Me at Hello by yazbelle - These photos are just priceless to me. You can almost see the love between my toddler and Lilo. I'm so happy to have caught this interaction on film.
 

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