Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Disney 2010

 

Working on my 2010 photobook.... I'm up to December, so it won't be long before this photobook will be complete! Yeah!
I incorporated the MDS Monday Challenge (MDSM009 - Subway Art) into these pages, and stretched the sketch to fit into a two-page spread.  You may view the challenge and all the pages created with it here: MDS Monday Challenge - MDSM009 Subway Art

Here is the sketch I stretched: 

Thanks for looking!

Supplies:
Background Paper - Textured Cardstock (Real Red)
Embellishments - Brads (Daffodil Delight), Grosgrain Ribbon (Daffodil Delight)
Punches - Square (filled w/ Basic Black DSP - Large Polka Dots and Basic Black), Circle (filled w/ Whisper White and Basic Black -- to make the Mickey heads), Dotted Scallop Ribbon (filled w/Whisper White)
Font - Respective, Walt Disney Script, Tango, Subway, Studio, Duchess, Ravie, Socket, Script 92, Pickwick, Shell, Market, Loosie Script, Sherwood, Opera, Poster, Sliver, Rockwell (Whisper White), Walt Disney Script (Basic Black)

10 comments:

  1. Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.....what a fabulous spread. Love the little "mickey" stripe through the middle. Your subway art is awesome too with all the character's names! Thanks for playing along with us at MDS Monday.
    ps that strip of "gold" across your banner makes me smile every time I come to your blog! :)

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    1. Thanks Joan! I really had so much fun with these two pages.
      Glad you like my March blog header too! =)

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  2. Love the two coordinating pages with the Mickey Mouse colors and little ears across the center! Adorable!! Thanks for joining MDS Monday this week.

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  3. Love your page and that subway art too; the colors, layout and ALWAYS the photographs! Love it all; TFS!

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  4. Love your layout, Diane. Your chalkboard art is so fun with all the Disney character names. And, you fit in a lot of great photos on two pages!

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  5. Love your pages, Diane--a wonderful interpretation of the sketch! (and I'm very partial to Disney photos, too!
    Good luck with the PanCan fundraising efforts and God bless your Mom in her fight!

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  6. Oh, this page is just SO much fun! What a great spread. The way you've arrange the background papers just make it feel so "Disney"! I love the names in the panel, too. Thanks for sharing with us at MDS Monday!

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  7. Love your Subway Art...you caught my favorite things about Disney and love the delicious details...like the small but so cute Mickey Head Border...thinking of your mom at this time...God Bless you and your family...xoxox

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    1. Thank you so very much for your thoughts and prayers for my Mom! HUGS!

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