Quick and Easy Dumbo Disney pages

This weekend I worked on our Disney album.  I worked on our Dumbo pages.  

My two younger children agreed to ride Dumbo with me and we snapped some great pictures that day.  I made up three pages; one for our family album and one for each of the boy's albums.  

I had one sleeve of Dumbo themed stickers that I had bought a few years ago and I combined them with some printed papers.  

My favorite is the top layout.  

I love the contrast between the white and the dark royal blue paper and I think all the tiny boxes along the bottom are just darling.   

 I also pulled together one really quick teacup page. 

For this layout I mounted all the photos onto white paper and then backed them with a dark royal blue color.  I had enough left over to make the title strip and used my Stampin Up! phrase starters stamps and my Almost Amethyst pad to print the title.  I tied a bow around the bottom of the page and added 5 small boxes (2x2") along the bottom putting just a sticker or two or in each box from the Dumbo sticker set. 

I'm not sure why the colors came out so weird in the photo but I used the Disney scrapbook paper that was preprinted with Dumbo, Huey, Duey and Louie.  I mounted my photo on some matching cardstock and used the rest of that cardstock and my Animal Kingdom Cricut cartridge to make the title.  I embellished the title using my white marker. 

For the last Dumbo page I used some circus paper. I found some red cardboard letter stickers to make my title and mounted my photo on dark red cardstock.  I used my last few remaining Dumbo stickers to finish off the page.

I used a blue paper for my background paper and pulled in some dark rose paper that I cut into a smaller square to hold my photos.  I cut a printed light green paper to hold my journaling and added a large Alice sticker.  I cut out the Tea Party words using my Wrap It Up Cricut cartridge and then I finished off the page using two little sticker teacups that had come with the Alice image. 

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