2021: Disney – Ephemera – Final Page

As you know, the final page in any album can only be one 12×12 page. In a vacation album this is usually where I put ephemera that didn’t fit on any other page, and this is its use in this Disney 2021 album.

For this page I used background paper that I had purchased for a Na’vi River Journey attraction spread. However, none of my pictures from this ride turned out well so I decided to use it here. The right border was created using a jagged edge tearing tool. You will see two cutouts on the left-hand side – these were left over from other cuts that you saw earlier in this album.

My favorite part of this is the Pull feature which you can see in the series of photos below:

The dark blue envelope was from our Welcome Packet that we received in the mail after booking our vacation. The Gold Mickey Mouse stick that is on the Front Title page of the album could be seen through the plastic transparent Mickey Mouse shaped window. I attached left over cut out of the death star from one of the earlier pages onto the outside of plastic sheet.

I used Cricut Design Studio to create the “Pull” cut out, which I then used to create a folder (you can see how in the video below) and put the Disney brochure from the envelope inside of it. This was the viewer can pull out this brochure from the envelope without have to fully take the page out of the plastic page protector.

Currently, for most of my scrapbook creations I have also created videos that show me putting them together and talking about the experiences as well as the techniques that I am using. So please enjoy watching this spread being created and assembled:

Categories: Disney Vacation 2021, Vacations

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