Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Toy Story and the Hundred Acre Wood

Two years ago we won tickets to preview the new Toy Story Mania ride at Disney's California Adventure Park two days before it opened to the public. We got there early and got to ride it several times in a row. What a fun ride and it's really interactive.


This layout was made using Scrap Within Reach "Carnival Ride" paper line and stickers. This layout was made using a sketch from Sketch Savvy.


I thought it was perfect because there are pennants hanging all around inside the ride.


I'm really struggling to accept the "white space" on this layout. I like a little more on my layouts and this just seems a little bland, but I am trying not to make it too busy.


The CM doing the bunny ears behind me actually remembered us when we went back that weekend to ride it again with my family.

This layout was about a day that a bunch of fellow Disney scrappers decided to go to Disneyland. Some of the girls took their kiddos with them. It was the first time at DLR for one of the little guys and since most of us were totally clueless about taking kids to DLR, we took him on Pirates of the Caribbean and it totally terrorized him. So, in order to make up for it, we took him to Critter Country to hand out with Pooh and the Gang.

For this layout I also used a sketch from Sketch Savvy. I used this sketch for the layout.


I absolutely love the tree!!


2 comments:

theelfqueen said...

Oh those are beautiful! I love the way you used the sketches and the paper choices are perfectly matched to the pics -- FANTASTIC.

Susan Stringfellow said...

These are both amazing! I really just love those banners on the first one and it took my eyes a minute to figure out that it was because they are two different shapes. So cool I want to ride Toy Story Mania so badly.

LOVE the pooh pages, you picked perfect colors and somehow you made that tree totally suit the 100 acre wood.