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October 18, 2011

Jungle Cruisin'

Hey everybody! Allison from Goody Bag Diva here with a Disney layout to share with you today. Of all my Disney layouts that I have worked on lately this one is my favorite and so I am so happy to let you all see it! One of my conundrums is how to balance my layouts with the pictures and "story" - and I think I got a nice balance here.




The details: 

The background paper is from DCWV Safari Kids and the photo mats and tabs are Recollections. For the "folders" I used the recipe cards on From My Kitchen and I don't really have specific sizes - I just unlocked the width and height  on my Gypsy and adjusted each one according to my photo sizes. I know you can't really see from the pictures but I used the CM paper distress tool to distress the edges of each and then inked the edges lightly. matted each picture with photo corners and cardstock.


For the title I used the Zoo Day font, which is one of my favorites, and I cut it at 1.30 using Green Core'dinations cardstock which I sanded a bit. The shadow is in kraft paper and I for the life of my don't know why the shadow layer didn't come out exactly perfect - I thought I was using the same size - but I was at the point where I was ready to just go with it and move on. Again hard to see but the title is pop dotted to make it stand out. 

Now that I am done with this post I realize the pictures are not really doing this layout justice so you will have to take my word for it  - much better in person. I am really looking forward to our hop this weekend - can't wait to see what the team has in store - so I will see  you then!

12 comments :

Kelly M said...

Lovely Layouts. Love the paper and the font you used x

Pam said...

Love the layout. Adorable kid. The title and the background go so well. TFS

JenL said...

Great LO and a perfect balance with your story.

amylynne said...

Wonderful layout!! Love the colors! Looks like lots of fun!

Audrey Frelx said...

Great layout, and the pictures are awesome!

mforquer said...

Ah, what a cute layout! I love the background paper with all the jungle words and phrases! The Jungle Cruise is too cute!
Hugs,
M

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Great layout and you are using one of my favorite stacks. TFS

Dayna Sabrina said...

Great layout Allison! I really do like the story you've told here.

Kymberlee said...

How fun, it looks like a fun place to visit :)

Beatriz Farquhar-Guzman said...

Very nice layout and what a fun place to visit. Thanks for sharing!

Jeannie said...

How fun! I love you pictures. The layout almost makes me want to dig out my pictures and try again! thank you so much for such inspiration.

Ohhh Snap said...

Love this layout! And it's one of my favorite rides :D.

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