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Who knew primary colors could lead to such an exotic feeling layout! We are diving back into some Disney pages with today's project! We all have my Patreon Scrap Party to thank for getting me back to documenting some older Disney memories. If you are interested in checking out more Disney projects, I have a whole playlist here! Today's layout is taking us to Animal Kingdom and features the BEST ride (in my opinion!). Check out the process video below and then the up-close photos!

Starting with a kit you love is the easiest way to make a layout you love! All of these items were from my August HTKAKWS. I even managed to use some of the items that were untouched in my kit - which is a huge plus for me. Dipping into new items can seem like an easy thing to do, but can actually be overwhelming for me. However, I was ready to tackle breaking in a new stamp set today!

One of my favorite things to do on a scrapbook page is having a unique title. Sometimes it is just so easy to go with premade ones and I do that too! But something about a custom title that perfectly fits your story is even better. This title is comprised of a stamped section and some small letter stickers. Mixing and matching fonts, colors, and textures also make your title stand out.

One of the new items I got to really dive into on this project was this Concord and 9th stamp set. This versatile stamp set assisted me in bringing additional contrast to other parts of my layout. Having a dark background like this navy flower is an awesome way to give your pages a unique look. Including other notes of a similar dark color throughout your layout is important to keep your page feeling cohesive.

I have returned time and time again to this StazOn Ink! It helped me complete my title, add texture to my background, and include jungle elements on to my layout! It's the perfect navy ink for me.

Capturing Expedition Everest through these photos was important to me. Not only because it is my favorite ride at Animal Kingdom, but because this was the first time I rode it with my family in a very, very long time! Although I am very fortunate to have visited Disney several times there are always new stories to document.

Although this layout isn't my typical color scheme for capturing the beauty and wonder of Disney's Animal Kingdom, it worked out fabulously for these snaps of Expedition Everest! I especially love that I had a tiger acetate die cut in my kit this month because it works perfectly on this spread! Thanks for tuning in and stopping by!

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I am excited to work on another page in my 6x8 Favorite Things Album! This might be my favorite scrapbook spread in the album so far, but let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Tune in to the process video for my full step by step actions for this project!

When I found this photo to include in my album, I instantly thought of this old stamp I had from Unity Stamp Co! I almost stamped it in black ink, but having no black already featured on this page meant this was the perfect opportunity to stamp in color! I wanted more contrast so I opted for a deep blue, specifically StazOn Midnight Blue!

I accented this page with a ton of stickers. I adore my sticker books and have slowly been loving diving into my Dear Lizzy one! I love layering stickers together in the color schemes that match this paper pad wonderfully.

To add some more texture on this layout, I included some staples. I often forget that I have a Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher until I need it. It is perfect for attaching clear items made of acetate or vellum. Since I only used one clear element, I decided to include a second staple accent on my other page.

To finish off this page I used a Freckled Fawn block alphabet set for my title. I wanted to leave ample room on the left hand page for journaling so the small sized title worked out well. I love the layering I still managed to achieve on this smaller 6x8 sized layout!

I hope you enjoyed this double page process! I am so excited to keep adding pages to my Favorite Things album. Let me know what you think of this page in the comments below!

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If you are a pizza lover like me, then it would make perfect sense to you why I would want a full layout to document slices larger than my head! If you haven't tried Lazy Moon pizza in Orlando, try it on your next trip! This layout has a ton going on and I'm so happy I captured my process to share with you. Let's dive into the video to get the details before we check out the up-close photos.

I will always love mixing warm and cool tones. This particular layout is warm tone heavy, but the pops of blue really help balance it all out! The paper pad I picked for my August homemade scrapbook kit was a solid choice.

I also lucked out finding that while I did mix so many different shades of yellow, they all somehow worked together! I was pleasantly surprised by the color payoff of the Simon Hurley ink pad I used. I'm not a huge fan of how it stamped on this tag. You can almost tell in the up-close photos that it feathered quite a bit. I will have to do a few more tests to see if it was the paper, the stamp, or just the ink.

While I did use a lot of words embellishments on this layout, I think I did a good job of keeping them spread out. A lot of collections repeat the same phrases over and over. I included a lot of classics like "love", "yay", and "remember", but those words fit!

This stack of labels is one of my favorites parts of this layout! To dress up the set of 3 labels, I included some enamel dots, some star stickers, and an acetate geotag! If you ever went to repeat an element like this, try offsetting them slightly for a unique look as opposed to them all being aligned.

Last, but not least - the epic title cluster. I will say the flower embellishments seem like a bit of a stretch for a pizza-themed layout, but I couldn't help myself! They help fill in the extra face on the title tag without overwhelming the title or competing for color contrast from the punchline. I snuck in a few strips of Freckled Fawn washi tape beneath the title cluster.

I hope you enjoyed this fun warm and cool tone multi-photo layout! I had a lot of fun mixing and matching elements from my kit to create a cohesive look for my pizza of the story. Finishing it off with my punny title was out of the park! I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did!

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