Hey everyone! Today I'm sharing an album that I made as a gift for my sweet niece and her new little bundle of joy, Jaxon. They decorated his nursery in a Disney Toy Story theme so, I thought it would be a fun to create a scrapbook with that in mind. Say hello to Jaxon's Story ...
I designed this mini with a red 6x8 Simple Stories binder and the Carta Bella Little Boy Collection. It was perfect for this project! It has great images of Tinker toys, green army men, dinosaurs, and lots of other toys.
I also found a Toy Story 4 sticker pad by SandyLion at Hobby Lobby that was filled with cute characters from the movie. The Woody head in the photo above is from the sticker book's packaging. I simply cut him out and added him to the cover!
This album would be awesome for any fan of Woody, Buzz Lightyear, or Jessie. It's also great for photos of a birthday party, Halloween, or ... just filled with fun pictures of your littles favorite moments.
The army men might be one of my favorite parts. My boys had them when they were little and they were everywhere, lol. That paper of them parachuting is so fun!
I incorporated a few bits and pieces from other collections too like this bandana paper and the cow print. They are from Doodlebug's Down on the Farm collection (links below).
I cut the blue pocket out of the backside of the bandana paper and literally, used the pocket as a pocket. Then, I added a few little cards to it for journaling. You could also use it to save memorabilia.
This album has 20 pages that include 2 fold out pages, 4 pockets, 3 flippies, and lots of room for photos. You could start this album at birth and add photos from the toddler years through elementary school!
I also added some stickers from 12x12 card stock elements sheet. These are great. So many good toy ones. Check out the cranky looking triceratops on the page below, lol! Love him!
So, what do ya think? Is the Toy Story a popular theme with someone you know? I hope this offers a little inspiration for your next scrapbook. Thanks for stopping by the blog today and happy crafting!