Unfortunately, this grassy area where we I took these photos near the Morocco Pavilion in EPCOT no longer exists. That’s okay, however, because it didn’t really offer much shade for the girls on this super-HOT day!
The title word “Sun” was cut from a gold satin finish glitter sheet because I didn’t want it to be too sparkly and wanted it to match other embellishments I was planning on using. I hand-drew the title and created a cut file from it so I could use it in layers. For the actual sun on my page, I cut and layered a circle and added elongated triangles for the “rays”. I chose these deep, burnt orange patterned papers to convey the intensity of the sun. Did I mention that it was HOT that day?!
I had this piece of heavier clear vinyl with the gold foil pattern in my stash and knew it would be perfect for this page! The foil printing is a satin finish gold like my title. Want to know a little secret? It was cut from a bag used in a Bath & Body Works gift set that was given to me years ago. I can’t even remember the scent of the products, but the bag was a keeper! I’m always keeping an eye out for interesting and non-traditional item I can use in different craft projects and scrapbook pages!
The bottom corner looked like it needed a bit of color, so I used a large satin finish flower sequin and other smaller sequins that matched the page.
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By Nancy Burke|2021-06-14T19:45:04+00:00May 27th, 2021|Comments Off on morrocan sun by nancy burke
Nancy is the owner of Disney Creative Co. and Scraps & Ink Crafts. She visits Walt Disney World several times per year with family and friends where she finds endless inspiration for all her crafty endeavors. She's been known to run with scissors and colors outside the lines. Her favorite color is glitter.