We all take them the photos that don’t really match any other photos.  In this case I took two photos of my son sleeping that I absolutely adore.  I asked myself “how do you incorporate miscellaneous photos into a Disney album“?

I made the page below during a MouseScrappers event and this page got the most comments of all.  Everyone was amazed I had gotten these two photos into a page.  This told me something – people are afraid to add one-offs or they create a page just for that one-off.

I say rubbish to both those solutions!!!!  Just do it!!!   Don’t be afraid to add those one off photos to a page about something else.  You can make it work like I did below by loosely tying it to some resort photos I had.

Disney Scrapbook Page Layout - Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa

Fun around the Saratoga Spring Resort

Or you make them a separate section on a page.  In this case I had some Buzz Lightyear photos I wanted to use but there was no way they were good enough for their own page.  So I added them to another Magic Kingdom page.  We actually did not ride Buzz during the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Part but I found a way to make it work.

Disney Scrapbook Page Layout - Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party

Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

I hope this has inspired to use those photos you love even if they don’t quite fit in. The important thing is to share them!!!!

Mary Signature





Saratoga Scrapbook Page Credits:

  • “Life’s a Beach” Kit by Capturing Magical Memories
  • “Life’s a Beach” Paper Add On 1 by Capturing Magical Memories
  • Project 2012: July Template by Connie Prince

Christmas Party Scrapbook Page Credits:

  • I Heart Christmas by Connie Prince
  • Summer Meadow Template by Little Green Frog Designs
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