12x12 Layout Share // 6094 - Cruise Layout

May 23, 2017

Hello crafty people! I have been so super busy this past weekend. In case you missed it, my last post summed up why I was so busy. My brother, my boyfriend, and I all had graduation ceremonies this past weekend which lead to some exhausting, but fantastic days. Then, I had to move back home to prep for my new job. While my unpacking of my scrap room isn't completely finished, I'm getting there. I hope to film a new scrap room tour and a ton more process videos for you! However, for today's post, since I haven't had a chance to create, I dug through my project archives. I searched for something that I hadn't yet shared and stumbled upon this layout that I made last summer. 

This layout is very unique because it is from our first Disney Cruise, but it's also the only layout I have done for this trip. I have a lot (and I mean a lot) of travel albums to get through, but slowly and surely I'm working on them here and there. I started with this fun blue background paper which is so thin and flimsy that I must've purchased it in my early scrapbooking days. Can you tell I'm a hoarder ;). I matted both of my photos of my dad and myself on some white cardstock to add some contrast.

I used a piece of Prima paper from their 6x6 paper pad Retrospective to add a strip across the background. I paired this with a strip of Freckled Fawn washi tape with a fun grid pattern. I created a small cluster to the left of the photo using an Elle's Studio die cut piece. Then, to add more red, I added some Pretty Little Studio star stickers.

Since this is a Disney page, I used some of the Simple Stories Say Cheese die cut pieces. I put one on foam to add dimension and paired it with a Tim Holtz tiny word sticker. You can also see a couple more of the stars I included on this side of the photo cluster. 

Lastly, at the bottom side of my photo cluster I layered a Teresa Collins cut out and a doily to add more organic shapes to the layout. On top of that I included the simple title of 6094 which was our stateroom number. I hope you enjoyed this throwback layout! Thanks for stopping by!

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