Hello Lovelies and welcome back to our Disney 2020 Scrapbook Album series! Come visit Pandora with us and get some amazing ideas how to create your Disney scrapbook layouts from Animal Kingdom! We are entering the magical world of Pandora, from the iconic Avatar movie today, and you are invited to travel with us. If you’d like to see all of the layouts I have created from this incredibly Disney 2020 album, check out the link here: Larkindesign Disney 2020 Album Project. Want to learn more about how to plan, organize, and complete your album of special memories? Join us in our newest class, In My Pocket Theme Parks Edition! I have a full process video for you, so let’s get started!
I will be completely honest and tell you all how challenging it was to select product for this page! Pandora is filled with so many elements that are purely imagination, so there are no parallels in the real world. Ha! But travel collections still work beautifully and so I chose the Studio Calico High 5 Documenter Kit. I think it turned out great!
I did something a little different this time and used the upper left corner pocket as a filler card, not a title card! I loved the colors in this kit, so I chose this mint green for this spot. I added two tiny chipboard pieces and two tiny cork asterisks to the card for a bit of visual interest and to tie this card in with the rest of the layout.
Underneath the title card, I created a simple journal card using the floral as the base, and layering the graph on top. The graph was the back side of a different card. I wrote out my thoughts, and then added a tiny little chipboard triangle right above the graph as well.
Underneath the 3×4 cards is a photo from some of the scenery around Pandora. This was one of structural supports of the walking bridge that connects the park, and I just loved this gorgeous texture.
The title card is in an unexpected place, just for fun this time! I chose the dashed pattern as the base and layered my chipboard alphabet on top to spell out Pandora. Like how I created the second A? I mentioned in the video that the white space bothered me a little, so I also stamped This is the best at the bottom (Citrus Twist).
Above that I added the scripted word card, and check out me with my giant Minnie ears! You can also see more from around the park. So many gorgeous things to take in.
Moving into the right hand side of the page, you will see I brought in that striking coral color for the top journaling card! This is unexpected but it ties in well with the rest of the layout as well. It’s ok to have a color pop, as long as that color appears in other places.
We went to the Pandora area because we had Fast Passes for the Na’vi River Journey, and boy was it fantastic! This ride was one of my new favorites, with so many beautiful colors and elements and imaginative parts. It wasn’t easy to get photos on the ride, but I chose two here to include as my documentation. They aren’t technically perfect, but I learned in these darker rides to tap on the place in your viewfinder where the most light is. Then add an Unsharp mask in Photoshop before your crop it. I’m glad I have these photos and love having them on the layout, imperfections and all!
The yellow card is also a pop of color! I originally had that on the left side, but made the last minute change and really like where it landed. I added the chipboard banner and a very simple stamped sentiment. Notice the coral color in the banner! The card next to it made a great journaling card for the Na’vi ride. I layered the white card over top of the floral card, and added a tiny chipboard piece at the bottom. So simple.
This gorgeous tree really stole the show in the Pandora area, with the cascades of water flowing down over all this texture! This gave me another opportunity to enlarge the photo and make it a focal point of the layout. I added the circle rainbow sticker at the bottom, and notice that it has the coral color.
And the infamous coral card! I used this as a journaling card and added my words across the bottom (look ma, no lines)! I added a tab that I punched from another card, along with a cork asterisk. Then I stamped Top Rated at the top just for fun.
What an amazing adventure! Thanks for traveling along with us today! See you again soon.
Want to learn more about how I have organized and planned this incredible album? Looking to find inspiration for your own albums? Join us in the classroom, In My Pocket Disney Album Edition! Click on the image below to learn more!