2016: Pirate Adventure

2016: Pirate’s Dinner Adventure

2016: Pirate Adventure
While on Christmas vacation in 2016 in California we went to the Pirate’s Dinner Adventure, which is an exciting dinner theater built around a Pirate theme and is a great adventure for kids and adults alike.  For this event I created a six-page spread – the first two act as the intro (above) and they open up to show an additional 4 pages (below).  For the opening spread above I used one of the photographs that I took, and had it printed into a a professional scrapbook at full size and then I carefully cut the pages out to use in my own album. (How to create beautiful background pages from your own photos.)  The Pirate’s Dinner Adventure logo was carefully cut out of the professional photograph cover that we were given at the event.

2016: Pirate's Dinner Adventure

Above you can see the 4-page spread that is revealed when you open the Panoramic fold out page protectors. You may want to click on the picture to make it bigger so that you can see the detail better.

I am pretty proud of this spread for two reasons.  The first is that I figured out that I could put a flag from this event spread across the two left hand pages without having to cut it.  If you look closely, you can see a gap between these two pages, which allows for the folding of the panoramic protector, but it also created some space for the fabric flag to fold.

The second is the dragon head in the top right-hand corner.  I cut this out using my Cricut machine and I love the way that it looks.   I also attached the brochure on the 2nd from the left page to the outside of the page protector so that it could be opened and read by the viewer.

We have been to this location before and you can see the pages from those adventure here –> Pirate’s Adventure 2007

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