Still More Disneyland Signage

I've been crafting up a storm and today completed the last three land signs for Disneyland. This has been a fun project as I look for fonts and cutting files that match the iconic signage through out Walt's Park.

First up is Frontierland. For this one I just cut the title from kraft cardstock with Becker Wood Type and then inked the edges slightly. For the base I cut two long rectangles from brown cards stock and then ran the pieces through the Cuttlebug with a woodgrain embossing folder. To eliminate the seams showing where the embossing folder overlapped I used this technique.

Next is Mickey's Toontown. The lettering in red is a font called Minnies. For the base of the sign I used the Ashley Crawford font in yellow and then a blackout shadow in blue. I also made the first and last letters slightly larger than the rest of the word. Once I adhere this to a page I might used pop dots to add even more dimension to the title.

Last but not least is Main Street. I've seen a premade diecut online and thought that was a good inspiration for my title. I used the Algerian Becker Basic font in yellow and cut a second title from grey and adhered the letters slightly askew to create the slight shadow. For the vintage clock I used the Memory Keepers Cut It set from Lettering Delights.

Next up will be the land signage for California Adventure. I also have some ideas for different iconic attractions. If you have any favorites you'd like me to try and create please leave a comment and I'll give it my best shot.

Stephanie is an avid paper crafter, scrapbooker, and lover of all things Disney. She also enjoys playing with geeky toys to create her paper creations! When not creating scrapbook pages about her husband and son, she can be found at HainingMade.com making handmade paper crafts for parties and events.

  • Becky @ Come Home to Disney

    Oh my goodness, I love these! I’ll have to go back and see what other ones you’ve done too.

  • Gabrielle McCann

    So so cool! I don’t have a Silhouette but looking at the Frontierland sign it looks pretty close to the Storybook font for Cricut!
    Thanks!