So now that the week has come to an end I finally had the chance to catch my breath and have some fun, so I grabbed the opportunity with both hands and did something a little different. I scrapped the photo from our first visit to the '50's Prime Time Cafe' at Disney Studios in Florida. It didn't end up at all how I had planned but I LOVE the final result. There is no natural light at 11pm at night so the colours in the photo are a little washed out but I just couldn't wait to share :-) (have updated photo to one a little better)
|Papers are HOTP and Rusty Pickle. Stickers are from the park.|
To embellish the journaling block I used a Dusty Attic 'doily' laser cut chipboard shape inked in 'Weathered Wood' and sprayed with the two sprays, going heavier on the blue. While at the park I picked up a box of 'Vintage Disney' stickers. I couldn't resist using them on this page and that is where the title came from and the Thumper embellishment. They were very white and I inked them with 'Tea Dye'. I am just hoping that the ink eventually dries!
I am in love with the Dusty Attic chipboard hinges and I loved that I could use one on here. This was inked with 'Tea Dye' and sprayed with the two sprays going heavier on the 'Walnut Gold'. But I found it was too brown and at the very end I painted on extra 'Bell Bottom Jeans' along the edges.
This is a wonderful place to visit and if you are ever heading to Disney Studios in Florida I would recommend booking a lunch at the '50's Prime Time Cafe'. We loved it so much that we went back a second time. Now that visit has a longer story that is well worth telling. I am still trying to find the right papers for those photos as I really want to do them in the pink and blue of the cafe. Hopefully soon I will find just the right paper and tell you the rest of the story.
I hope you had a great weekend,
P.S. if you have been reading about by recipe album project, I received my FIRST recipe via email today from my Great Aunt! Very, very excited!