My goal with these layouts was to show that you can make great layouts even with minimal embellishments. I always find paper to be a great embellishment, especially pieces that allow you to cut them apart. For this layout one of the paper pieces were rows of squares. I cut each of the squares out and used them to build dimension on my layout. In this photo (that I love of my husband and daughter) they are riding the Teacups at Magic Kingdom so I used yellow Thickers to highlight that. The solid paper is Bazzil. The rhinestone brads at the bottom are American Crafts.
I wanted my second layout to complement the first one so I cut apart another sheet of Modern Mercantile paper and used them at the bottom of the page as an accent. I used a scalloped piece of cardstock because it reminded me of the scalloped shell that Ariel was sitting in when we met her. Here is how the layouts look side by side:
After cutting the paper apart I realized I had a bit left over so I whipped up a quick card using all of my leftovers.
I love the flowers in the line and I really love how the teal and yellow look together. The bright yellow gives me a feeling of happiness and hopefulness which is why I used the Thickers to spell out Hope.
I hope these layouts give you inspiration to step outside the box when creating your next Disney scrapbook!