Hello Lovelies and welcome back to our 2020 Disney Scrapbook Album series. Today we are taking in a show at Hollywood Studios, Beauty and the Beast! It is no secret that this is my favorite Disney story of all time, and this show is just amazing. I couldn’t wait to get this layout created! If you’re interested in learning more about this album, join us in our newest class, In My Pocket Theme Parks Edition! You can also see other layouts on the blog through this link: Larkindesign Disney Scrapbook Album. Let’s get started on this amazing layout below!
Using Project Mouse once again was such an easy decision. The Project Mouse (Princess) Belle collection is perfect for this show! The colors and the icons are all so classic, and tell this tale in a very magical way.
The color palette is so solid in this kit, that it made it easy to bring in just a few simple embellishments for the page. I printed cards that were yellow, blue, and a bit of pink as well as my jumping off point. The light brown cards are a great neutral touch as well!
I have used the light brown card as my title card, and added just a few gold leaves for a bit of sparkle. Those are from Maggie Holmes for Crate Paper. I also added two tiny strips of washi tape, repeating the pink and blue from the layout. This ties the card instantly to the rest of the page and draws your attention to that title.
Underneath the title card are a few 3×4 cards. Both of these are perfect just as they are! Choosing photos from this show was a bit of a challenge. I decided to select photos from each of the major scenes in the story, plus the photo of me and Alan taken right before the show started. I love capturing these details from the show! At the bottom I added a label from Studio Calico with just two tiny word strips from the Ali Edwards Tough story kit. Perfect!
More 3×4 cards: the pink one is created from a patterned paper in the kit, layered on a blank canvas. I also added the bottom part of a frame to get the lines across the center. This is an easy way to create your own journaling card! I then added the gold puffy heart and my words once it was printed. The yellow card serves as my title card here. I added just the tiniest stamp (Ali Edwards Magic stamp set).
The photo of me and Alan is so cute, but I still added a word strip and a tiny red heart. Just for fun!
On the right side are more photos from the show, of course! I repeated some of the same elements from the left side. Let’s take a look.
Remember the light brown title card? I have another brown card as well, this 3×4 one. Just as I did with the title card, I also added a gold puffy leaf and the two tiny strips of washi tape.
At the bottom, I also wanted to add another tiny word strip, but it felt like it was going to disappear against the photo. I added a bit of yellow washi from the kit, added the word strip plus a heart, and now it pops like it should!
For more journaling, I used this yellow frame card. This echoes the stained glass themes found throughout the castle. I wrote a bit about my favorite parts about this show. Above it are two more 3×4 cards, which I made into journaling cards. The yellow card is stamped by combining Ali Edwards stamps to make a bit of subway art! How fun!
One last photo at the top, and I added another label plus a stamped sentiment, plus a word strip. I love how that simple cluster points your eye directly to Lumiere!
What a fun and classic layout this turned out to be! I could watch this show every day and not get bored of it. Do you have a favorite Disney show? I hope this inspired you to document it in some way. See you again soon!
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