I just loved the 'mood board' for this collection. And, after seeing the collections, it was not hard to get inspired.
After looking through the collections and picking papers to work with I started with a sheet of white cardstock and my trusty water color set from Target by Kid Made Modern. Such a good buy and a great variety of colors. I was sort of going for an ombre effect, choosing colors from the collection.
I made the papers and my photos into a collage digitally and just them apart after printing it out. One sheet, and no waste. I like that. I think I would normally stress about using just a small rectangle of 'real' paper on a traditional layout.
After arranging all my papers I decided I liked the look better with a few left off so the watercolor could show through a bit more. Sometimes less is more? (Don't hold me to that!)
gold glitter stars (mess free glitter is always a plus) and wood veneer pieces to add texture. I used the new Studio Calico Atlantic collection for the wooden anchor and heart circle. Looking at these photos was definitely bittersweet, but I'm glad I scrapped them.
If you want more Disney scrapbooking inspiration, check out my friend Ashli Oliver. I love her latest page using up some of that darn Disney ephemera. I have a ton that I just can't part with yet rarely scrap with.
I also created a Pinterest board for Disney inspiration. I would love to get some more 'modern' Disney scrapbooking inspiration together. Leave your pinterest link or email if you would like to be added to the board!
Submitted for the ink challenge at SSS; watercolor, stamping and distress inked edges - ink is definitely a theme!