Disney Vacation Scrapbook Pages

Capture the magic of Disney in scrapbook pages devoted to kids of all ages.

Disney Girl Page

Design by Leslie Lightfoot

Trim accents from patterned paper to incorporate the theme. Leslie chose colors from her photos to help select papers and accents for her page. She turned her title on its side to make room for larger images and journaling.


SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: EK Success (Mickey Mouse), CherryArte (stripe). Font: Impact off the Internet. Stickers: EK Success. Brads: American Crafts. Punches: Stampin? Up!. Software: Adobe Photoshop CS3. Digital template: ScrapbooksEtc.com Quick Collage 112.

Disney Christmas Pages

Design by Annette Pixley

A Mickey Mouse head silhouette on one page and a Disney logo in the title on the other link the two pages of photos. Rounded corners and subtly inked edges give a little extra contrast between the background and the photo block.


SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Creative Imaginations (blue), Lily Bee (all other, journaling box). Rub-ons: Crate Paper. Ink: ColorBox by Clearsnap (fluid chalk). Pens/pencils: EK Success. Die-cutting tool: Cricut by Provo Craft. Punches: Creative Memories.

Mickey Ears Page

Design by Annette Pixley

Annette divided her page into thirds using strips of patterned paper -- one for each of her children wearing their Mickey ears. Make your focal photo stand out by matting it on black cardstock, giving it a tilt, and letting your title overlap.


SOURCES: Patterned paper: Chatterbox (yellow), KI Memories (gray), My Mind?s Eye (red). Stickers: Adornit-Carolee?s Creations (?ears?), Doodlebug Design (?make your own?). Stamp: Autumn Leaves. Ink: ColorBox by Clearsnap. Pen: Zig Writer. Die-cutting tool: Cricut by Provo Craft.

Halloween Disney Pages

Design by Nancy Damiano

Make the most of 4x6" photos by arranging them across a two-page spread. Use open spaces for accents, journaling, and a title. Take photos throughout your trip and line them up in order so they tell a story. Include closeups as well as scenery shots.


SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: My Mind?s Eye. Font: Mom?s Typewriter off the Internet. Laser-cut paper, die cuts: Jenni Bowlin Studio. Stickers: Pink Paislee. Chipboard accents: American Crafts (black letters, brackets), My Mind?s Eye (stars, arrow), Jolee?s Boutique (fence). Ribbon: Recollections by Michaels. Twine: Jillibean Soup. Brads, metal accents: American Crafts. Star pins: Making Memories.

Child's Artwork Page

Design by Tracy Kyle

Doodles give a playful look to Tracy's page about her daughter's enjoyment of Disney World.

Editor's Tip: Include Junior's original artwork. Tracy added her daughter's drawing of herself and a Disney princess next to photos from the theme park.


SOURCES: Cardstock: Prism Papers (pink), Bazzill Basics Paper (blue, green). Stamps: Hero Arts (hearts), FontWerks (letters). Rub-ons, buttons: Autumn Leaves. Pen: American Crafts. Metal-rim tag: EK Success.

Favorite Ride Pages

Design by Summer Fullerton

Summer used bright Disney-theme papers for her page about riding the Teacups.

Editor's Tip: Turn buttons into theme accents by placing three together in the shape of Mickey Mouse's head.


SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Fancy Pants Designs (title), Sandylion Sticker Designs (Disney). Font: Tasklist by Two Peas in a Bucket. Chipboard letters: Scenic Route Paper Co. Buttons: Autumn Leaves. Stickers: 7Gypsies. Floss: DMC.

Dumbo Page

Design by Heather Melzer

Heather used a large photo and simple journaling for her scrapbook page, which is part of a larger alphabet album.

Editor's Tip: Make a scrapbook album with a unified page format. Heather created each of her scrapbook pages with a large photo, a square of patterned paper, journaling, and an alphabet letter.


SOURCES: Patterned paper: K&Company. Fonts: Swiss Thin 721 (journaling) by Bitstream, Punchlabel (highlighted words) off the Internet. Metal letters: Making Memories.

Bright Disney Page

Design by Tracy Kyle

Tracy used a photo collage to pack in several pictures from the second day of her family's trip to Disney.

Editor's Tip: Find ways to subtly add in theme products. Tracy added two strips of ribbon featuring Disney-appropriate phrases to her scrapbook page.


SOURCES: Cardstock: DMD (red), Worldwin (yellow). Stickers: Doodlebug Design (mouse ears), Reminisce (journaling, date). Epoxy accent: EK Success. Ribbons: Creative Imaginations. Pen: American Crafts.

Priceless Expression Pages

Design by Carrie Owens

Carrie used three shots of her son with the Sword in the Stone on her two-page scrapbook layout.

Editor's Tip: Enlarge faraway photos and crop in for maximum impact. That way you won't lose the priceless expressions on your kids' faces as they experience Disney.


SOURCES: Patterned paper: Provo Craft. Pen: EK Success.

Disney Exhibit Page

Design by Lori Bergman

Lori paired small shots of marine life with a larger shot of her enraptured daughter.

Editor's Tip: Feel free to focus on something other than Disney. Lori's only mention of Disney World was in her journaling -- instead, she chose to design her scrapbook page around a less recognizable exhibit.


SOURCES: Patterned paper: SEI. Transparency: HammerMill. Font: Callihan by Provo Craft. Stamp: Hampton Art Stamps. Ink: Tsukineko (white), Ranger Industries (black). Embossing powder: Ranger Industries. Stained-glass spray: Grafix. Brads: Provo Craft.

Magic Kingdom Page

Design by Nikki Kreuger

Patterned paper adorned with flourishes gives an air of excitement to Nikki's page about a day in the Magic Kingdom.

Editor's Tip: A picture is worth a thousand words -- but that doesn't mean words aren't important. Include sufficient journaling on your scrapbook page to preserve memories of your trip.


SOURCES: Cardstock: SEI (yellow), Bazzill Basics Paper (white, teal, pink). Patterned paper: Tree House Designs. Patterned vellum: Paper Pizzazz for Hot Off the Press. Fonts: Cinderella (journaling) by ITC, Vincent (title) by P22. Fibers: Adornments for EK Success.

Costumed Character Page

Design by Lee Anne Russell

Lee Anne's daughter was pleasantly surprised to run into the Easter Bunny during their stay at Disney World.

Editor's Tip: When showcasing shots of kids and costumed characters, include an anecdote about the meeting in your journaling.


SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper, stickers, jump rings, twill tape: Karen Foster Design. Font: Century Gothic. Stamps: FontWerks.

Photo Strip Pages

Design by Nichol Magouirk

Nichol used a large photo to tie her two scrapbook pages together and provide an overall view of the attraction.

Editor's Tip: Add several small photos to your scrapbook page in order to make room for several shots.


SOURCES: Patterned paper: Chatterbox. Font: Another Typewriter off the Internet. Die cuts: Autumn Leaves. Chipboard letters, stickers: Making Memories. Ink: Ranger Industries. Ribbon: Making Memories (red, blue, yellow organza), SEI (green gingham, yellow sating, green), Mary Arts (maroon), Close To My Heart (orange). Filmstrip transparencies, rub-ons: Creative Imaginations.

Trip Summary Page

Design by Tracy Miller

A photo collage of the Miller family's first day at Disney World highlights important memories without overwhelming the page.

Editor's Tip: Create one page for each day of your trip as an easy way to document the highlights.


SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: KI Memories. Font: Arial. Chipboard accents, buttons: American Crafts.

Disney Magic Page

Design by Lee Anne Russell

Two beautiful nighttime photos stand out against a multicolor, textured background.

Editor's Tip: If you have two particularly stunning photos, let them shine. A simple background and unobtrusive journaling help Lee Anne's photos stand out.


SOURCES: Decorative paper: Fredrix (canvas), Floracraft (foam). Font: Century Gothic. Rub-ons: KI Memories. Stamp: FontWerks (layout). Acrylic paint: Making Memories. Spray texture: Krylon.

Scrappy Disney Pages

Design by Lori Bergmann

Brightly colored paper and plenty of photos cover this two-page scrapbook layout.

Editor's Tip: For a particularly exciting event -- like having a birthday dinner at Chef Mickey's -- include plenty of pictures both candid and posed.


SOURCES: Patterned paper: American Crafts. Font: Delightful (journaling), Walt (title) by Lettering Delights. Circle punches: McGill Inc. Circular slide mounts: Hot Off the Press. Chalk ink: Clearsnap. Circle tiles: EK Success. Clear adhesive label paper: The Vintage Workshop. Rub-ons: Making Memories.

Disney Memorabilia Page

Design by Tracy Kyle

Tracy combined photos with memorabilia from her family's trip to Disney World on her memo-board-style scrapbook page.

Editor's Tip: Add tickets and other souvenirs to a scrapbook page as you would a photo. Just make sure to spray them with an acid-neutralizing product before you add them to the page.


SOURCES: Font: Tiny Tadpole by Two Peas in a Bucket. Transparency: Creative Imaginations. Clips, circle cutter: EK Success.

Disney Map Page

Design by Nichol Magouirk

Nichol took her page in a whole new direction when she used a map of the Magic Kingdom as her background paper.

Editor's Tip: If you don't want to use the original map on your layout, scan it and resize it to fit your scrapbook page.


SOURCES: Patterned paper, stickers: Karen Foster Design. Transparency: Daisy D's Paper Co. Fonts: Fabulous 50s (title) off the Internet, Times New Roman (journaling). Chipboard letters: Making Memories (red "g", green "h"), Li'l Davis Designs ("i", yellow "g", red "h"). Rub-on letters: Me and My Big Ideas. Acrylic paint, hinges: Making Memories. Stamps: Li'l Davis Designs. Ribbon: May Arts.

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