After creating a page topper inspired by the Vintage Marquee at Disneyland I got to work on creating some for Disney World. This was a bit of a stretch for me — I've yet to visit Disney World. I searched the web and came across a pin that had a similar look to the Disneyland sign (I can no longer find the image online) and I used that for my inspiration. I was able to create the image using a few fonts and the basic shapes. One little secret is to cut the word “Disney” from grey cardstock in the same size as the off white and glue the pieces slightly askew to create the shadow effect.
I also created another page topper that fit with the idea of 4 Parks 1 World theme. For this I used the Mouse Tags Font. There are lots of little pieces as part of the design so I cut the backgrounds from blocks of color and then used the negative space as much as I could from the white blocks. I have learned in these projects negative space is your friend!
If there are signs or images you would like to see, leave a comment and I'll see if I can recreate it in paper. I'd love the challenge!
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.