Hey friends and Disney fans! Today is an exciting day here as we begin accepting pre-sales for our newest class, In My Pocket Theme Parks Volume 02! To celebrate the day I decided to share a really fun process video with you that documents Star Wars at Hollywood Studios! If you’d like to see other inspiration from this album, check it out here: Disney 2020 Album. Also be sure to scroll all the way down where you will be able to sign up for the class! Follow along with my process below.
This layout came together so easily with just two elements: enlarged photos + the Project Mouse Galaxy collection! The giant photo measures 8″x12″ which was printed using a Canon Pixma wide format printer. This brings that photo to front and center, conveying the feeling you get when standing right there. It’s so real and unbelievable how they brought this area to life after seeing the movies for so many years! Also, notice how I have used sequins on this page? Can you use sequins with Star Wars? I think definitely yes. Before I printed my photo, I added a few of the digital Word Art and Artsy elements, then I layered on the tab and the sequins – stars of course – to create a bit of depth and dimension.
To help tell the story of being here, I used just a few of the journaling cards from the kit. The Galaxy’s Edge card helps establish exactly where we are, just in case anyone ever looks at my album and has no idea (hey, it might happen one day?) This area in the park was most definitely the best part of our vacation for Nick and Addison! They loved it.
I’ve used the left side of the page to document the ride itself. The When You Wish card just had to be included, isn’t that the cutest?!?? I also added sequins to it, because it’s never enough sequins. The photos from the ride were all taken by Alan, because I didn’t actually go on these rides. I’ve been on the original Star Tours – funny story that I rode it back in 2012 with my eyes closed. It was a bit much for me, as a non-fast-ride loving person. But what I DID love and remember from Star Tours was hearing the children absolutely dying laughing and enjoying themselves on that ride!
I added another enlarged photo, this time a 6×8 photo from the cockpit, and then used a 3×4 journal card from Galaxy. I layered the helmet onto the grey one. The wooden Today piece is from Ali Edwards.
I am so delighted to have this amazing memory documented and in our album! What incredible memories. You are invited to see more and to learn more in-depth about how to plan, organize, and compete YOUR Disney albums in our newest class, In My Pocket Theme Parks Volume 02. See you there!
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