Today Design Team Expert Linda Auclair walks you through the details of her lovely Disneyworld Epcot Center adventure. Check out the special details and great ways for incorporating ephemera in your own Designer Photo Sleeves. Linda uses the "Today's Story" collection for this event.
I can’t say enough good things about the Photo Freedom product line! It is the perfect way to simplify your scrapbooking process, and document those precious memories and photographs quickly and easily. Traditional 12" x 12" scrapbookers can also find plenty to love in the divided pages, and will find that there are plenty of ways to take the format to the next level with embellishments and clever manipulation of the pockets.
I used the 12" x 12" page protector for my introduction page to the Epcot portion of my Photo Freedom album about our family vacation to Walt Disney World. I used pieces of the park map and brochure throughout my pages; and on this page, I found it to be a great backdrop to a group photo taken by the Disney PhotoPass professionals as we entered the Epcot park.
Each of my Epcot pages uses a variety of the perfectly sized journaling cards and sentiments from the “Today’s Story” Photo Freedom collection kit mixed with stickers and embellishments from previous Echo Park Paper collections that I had in my stash. I used actual ephemera like receipts and candy wrappers from our trip in some of my pockets.
For my page about our stop in Ireland, I included the recipe for one of our favorite dishes sampled at the Food and Wine Festival. I sized my documents in Microsoft Word, and printed them directly on the patterned paper. They were a little longer than what would show in the pocket, but that’s ok. They easily slip in and out of the divided page pockets.