Disney Scrapbooking | Chef Mickey’s | Documenting Magic Series

Hey friends! I am back with another layout for my Documenting Magic Series on the Victoria Marie YouTube Channel.

Whoa! This is a major project! But it brings me so much joy to reminisce about my family’s 2018 Disney World trip. In fact, I am planning another WDW trip for 2020…I better hurry up and finish my 2018 album!

The next story in my 2018 Disney album is all about Chef Mickey’s, a character dining experience located in the beautiful Disney Contemporary Resort. Chef Mickey’s is a fantastic option for first time WDW visitors and makes for the perfect vacation kick-off meal. At Chef Mickey’s, guest get to meet Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and Pluto. The character interaction is amazing and the food is pretty tasty.

For this story, I wanted to create a layout that includes both a traditional scrapbook page and a pocket page. In doing this, I am able to include a lot of photos that capture the major highlights of this experience.

Of course, as luck would have it, my family and I were almost late to our dinner reservation due to Orlando traffic! To hear this story and to see this layout come together, click on the video below.

Also, if you are looking for fun Disney inspired scrapbooking materials, check out the links below. For my 2018 album, I am using a variety of Disney inspired materials from the Simple Stories Say Cheese I, II, III, and IV Collections and well as Echo Parks Wish Upon a Star Collection.

Look for more videos from my Documenting Magic series to come soon!

Traditional 12×12 layout – Mickey Silhouette and layout title was created using my Silhouette Cameo. I will post a separate video about how I created the silhouette and title next week.
Pocket pages are a great way to extend your story through photos and words! I like a clean and simple pocket page design! [FRONT]
The elements all come together for form a cohesive design. [BACK]

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