Article Courtesy Scrapjazz.com: by Denise Gormish
Everyone loves a vacation to Disneyland or Disney World. It is a fun time filled with memories of characters, family, rides and attractions. But when you come back you have tons of photographs to scrap. It can take some inspiration to get all the photographs done. One source of inspiration is scrapbookers who have been in your same shoes. They have visited the parks and have tackled their photographs. Inspiration can be found right here at Scrapjazz. I spent a day searching the Scrapjazz gallery for my 10 favorite Disney-themed layouts created by artists like you.
- Disney World 2008 by Andrea Steed. An overview of your Disney trip makes a good way to introduce the trip. Often it is a great way to put a lot of photographs on one layout. In this layout Andrea arranges lots of photographs but still has room for a title and a nice strip of journaling.
- Disney Magic and Page 2 by: Csundy. Disney's iconic buildings make great subjects for your pages. These two pages feature a large title and a beautifully decorated background that highlights the castle.
- Tea Cups by Mrs. O. A favorite or interesting Disney ride makes a great page. Feature the ride with photographs and tell the story. I love the homemade teacup and title for this page. The journaling gives you a real feel for the ride.
- Disneyland 2000 by Loaner. Character greetings are an important part of the Disney experience for kids so include pages about that. Consider how the child reacted and which character the child enjoyed the most. This page includes dotted paper and colors that are fun while highlighting the children with Goofy.
- Sweet Treats by Sunnyone0107. Food at Disney parks is noteworthy so remember to do a page or two about the food there. I love the overlapping title and the subtitle "Oh Boy!" that has a very Disney feel to it.
- Mission Space by Daisymeh. Don't forget the rides and events at the other Disney parks. I love the colors and repetition of stars in this layout.
- December in Disneyland by Polly. The look and feel of the Disney parks change with the seasons. Record what is different about the time that you visit. This layout features bright colors and a repetition of the snowman - not a usual Disney character.
- Jedi Training Academy by Sno Fairy. This layout features one of the shows at Disneyland. The two-page design leaves room for a nice sequence of events. The title placed on the circle draws your eye to it.
- 12 again by Marilou64. Don't forget to get yourself in your scrapbook pages. I love the whimsical feel of this page, the fun colors and the inclusion of the scrapbooker.
- Disney 2004 - Wishes by DenaP71. This layout shows one beautiful way to highlight various fireworks photographs. I love that each photograph is kept separate by the blue matting around them.
All these fabulous pages should inspire you to tackle your photos for your Disney scrapbook pages.