Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Studio Backlot Tour

This attraction is one of our favorite at Disney's Hollywood Studios in Orlando. (See, guys, I said it correctly!) This was our first trip back to WDW since the name change and old habits are pretty hard to break. I quite often referred to the place as MGM by accident, and got reprimanded from the kids every time.
We love this ride so much that we had to experience it twice, and each time I snapped dozens of photos. Not only are there lots to see and experience, but it ends with a relaxing tram ride...once you pass Catastrophe Canyon...and that's my favorite part. Whenever you are given the chance to sit in one place and be entertained at WDW, I'm all for it. Here are three of our crew ready to check out the Studio Backlot Tour for the second time.


I have been longing for a "real" blue for quite a while and one of the blue diamonds and a skinny line in the plaid of this newest paper collection from October Afternoon, are pretty close. It also nice when older paper scraps can be mixed in with the new. In this case, I was able to work in some O. A. Boarding Pass, Rocket Age and Road Trip. My title is a mix of chipboard letters (a T. J. Maxx find), rub-ons, and a negative cut paper backed with cardstock. 


Next I need to pull out some of my photos from this "tour" and scrap them as well. It should be a lot of fun to work with those pictures. :)


7 comments:

Mary Pat Siehl said...

all your layers are just amazing! great job

soapHOUSEmama said...

love your use of patterns!!!

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Super, super cute layers! :)

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Great mix of papers! I'm going to be scrapping pics from our recent Disney trip real soon so thank you for the inspiration. :)

Laura said...

Great layout. That is a great tour. It's been awhile but I still say MGM too

Pam said...

I love this layout! Great use of embellishments. Love the colors!

Sue Althouse said...

I would like that tour, too! Great page, love the layers. I am always on the lookout for a good shade of blue,and these are great! Thanks for stopping by my blog.