This first one is Gang Plank Falls which is the name of the ride we were starting when my sister snapped this photo. Its just a great ride and the whole park is fantastic. I used the nautical stamps that are in the Rock Lobster Stamp set and first I stamped some anchors. I wiped the stamp across a waterbased Ranger Distressed ink pad, stamped off one time and then stamped on the background for light weathered looking images. Then I stamped the "Adventure this way" stamp using mixed embossing powders to get a color that matched.
My second layout is Runoff Rapids at Blizzard Beach, not that you can really tell by the photo but I wanted a fun title so I figured out which ride it was by the tubes. LOL!
All of my Blizzard Beach pages have things like Snowflakes just for fun and I wasn't really sure where to incorporate them here so I just tucked them into the arrow shapes that I cut from patterned paper, scraped, and stitched to my page. I also added a little stamping just for fun using the "Out on the Town" Stamp set from Scraptastic Club. First I had to use the "photo op" stamp on the little tab above the photo because its a great font and perfect size for a tab. Then I added a few tiny hearts in pale pink in a few spots and if you look under the camera that I cut out and raised with foam tape, there are some green stamped images that are like a zigzag doodled design. I like the pale ink for a watercolor or white washed effect with this type of a page. Not all stamped images have to be bold so try going subtle with your stamps or layering them in the background for depth.