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Create a Scrapbook Page with a Theme

When you create a layout, do you create the page with a theme in mind? Oftentimes, a favorite paper pattern or ephemera is selected and the story is ignored. Today, I am sharing a page I created for our Disney album using elements to tell the tale.

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These two photos were taken at the tale end of our trip. After spending three days visiting parks and three days at a conference, a bit of downtime was needed. That evening we chose to take the ferry to the next location and enjoy the cool breeze at sunset.

I wanted this page to have a calming vibe with a theme park feel, so I mixed a few nautical elements from the Limitless kit with pinches of Disney ephemera from my collection.

In the background, I created the look of waves hitting the boat using acrylic paint with a dry brush, then layered circles of pattern paper over the top.

The pattern papers I chose fit the theme of the photo. One has a vintage boat pattern while the other had a world map print. That day, we were leaving Epcot’s World Showcase, so I chose to use that print as a reference to that location.

One of the circles on the page is a photo of the name of the ferry we traveled on. Turning this into a circle was an effortless way to add the to the background and create an element that looked like it was an embellishment on the page.

Throughout the page, I sprinkled nautical and theme park elements. The wooden boat icon brought in a natural element to the page matching the woodgrain behind the photo, and the bits of red brought a theme park color to the layout.

My inspiration for this page came from a PageMaps sketch. The sketch shows the title at the base of the page and the journaling in the center circle.

I chose to place my title at the top of the page and move my journaling to this pattern paper at the base of the page. I typed the story onto some vellum and stitched it in place.

If you would like to learn more ways that I created this themed page for our album, I have a short process video for you to enjoy.

Many of the layouts in my Disney album are not traditional theme park pages.  I am using similar colors, stickers, and phrases throughout the book, but each page is themed to reflect the memories we experienced. 

If this project inspired you, please let me know with a comment below or by tagging @misscarriescreations in your post.

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