Monday, July 30, 2012
Scrapbook Monday-The last of the Hollywood Studio pages
I have been working away on my Disney pictures! I am dreading the bill for printing these, but it will be so nice to have both girls' albums done at once. I am amazed at how much easier MDS gets every time I use it. Through trial and error , and an awesome class from my upline, Kelly (Thanks, Kelly!!), I am learning all kinds of ways to create my pages. I'm also looking forward to the release of MDS 2, which has even more wonderful features and techniques. Stay tuned for more details!!
But on to my pages... Once again, I forgot to document the patterns of DSP and elements... Oops!
This page features pictures from our dining experience at the
Sci-Fi Drive In Theater. This was by far, the coolest place ever!
Our table was a convertible car with small tray tables and bench
seats. Add to this the giant drive in movie screen showing old
cartoons and Sci-Fi movie preview, AND a 'starlit' sky and we
had the most amazing experience! The food was yummy too!
This page is a variety of different places we visited at
Hollywood Studios. We went on the Great Movie Ride
and had a blast. Our tour guide was super fun and when
we were hijacked by a gangster, he asked our girls if they
ever robbed a bank. They giggled and replied that they had
not. Then he wanted to know why. They immediately
pointed to their Daddy the police officer! So funny!
My last page is from the Indiana Jones stunt show. We were amazed
by the skills of the stunt actors, the special effect, and actually feeling
the heat and pressure from the explosions. This is the one page that I
remember which DSP I used! It's from the Well Worn set and I thought
it went well with the adventurous theme of the pictures.
Well, that's all I have for now. It is actually Sunday night as I create this post and tomorrow morning bright and early, we are going out to eat breakfast with my nephew before he moves to Wisconsin. He recently took a position as an assistant track coach for a college, and we are so proud of him and all he has accomplished. We will really miss him, but are so thankful he found a job in his desired field! But a 7 am breakfast date will require a decent nights sleep, so off I go!
Have a great week and happy crafting!