Hello everyone and welcome back to our Disney 2020 Album series! Today we are exploring Epcot and I will be documenting the 3 Short Films feature. I am loving our Disney 2020 Album series and am hearing so many lovely things from you all as well, thank you for following along with us! If you’d like to see all of the layouts and videos in this series, check out this link here: Larkindesign Disney 2020 Album. Let’s check out my process today.
Today’s layout was created using the Featured Kit over at Sahlin Studio for this month, which is the Project Mouse Movies Bundle! This collection is so very versatile and was featured this month because so many of us are enjoying a bit of movie time with our families. Even if you have never been to Disney, this collection will be an easy favorite as you document favorite movies and TV shows.
Creating a fun embellishment:
I had a little bit of fun with this collection, so let me share. My title card was created using one of the patterned papers in the kit as the base. I placed that patterned paper into my 4×6 canvas and shrunk it down more to an 8×8 scale, and then I layered many of the Word Strips on top right in Photoshop. First print just the patterned paper Layer, then print the Word Strips Layers. Then cut them out and adhere them to the 4×6 patterned paper to create a fun embellishment. I also added my title using Simple Stories SNAP! alphabet stickers.
Even though the 3 Short Films is an indoor attraction, in the dark, you can still take a few photos to document that this was one of your activities for the day. I took a few photos of the sign outside, and then cropped it to 3×4. I also snapped a quick selfie of myself and my husband, Alan, with our 3D glasses on. So fun!
The other 4×6 card was created again using a patterned paper sized down to 8×8, and the movie marquee layered on top. I stamped a sentiment from Pinkfresh Studio and added a few tiny enamel dots, to tie this card in with the rest of the page. The word art card above also repeats those same colors and provides a graphic representation here.
One more photo at the top, as we were walking into the theater. Alan’s hat frames this image, and you can make out the sign that highlights this fun little area at Epcot. I have actually used this photo twice, in two different ways. This photo actually focuses on Journey Into Imagination With Figment, but with a bit of clever cropping I made it fit into this layout as well. How cool is that!
I added my journaling to the journaling card in the center, and this layout is complete! This is a one-page layout, and I will share soon what will be on the opposite side with you. The best part about working with Project Mouse is that you can blend most of the kits together and it will be fun to see what happens. See you again soon!