Here is an example a Disney World Scrapbook.
I made these scrapbooks for my sons to commemorate one of our fantastic Disney World vacations.
They absolutely love to look through their books and relive all of the happy memories from that trip.
You can easily make one of these books too!
Take a moment or two to browse through the photos of the book below to get some ideas for your own project.
It was very easy, fun, and inexpensive to make.
First, I want to share an important secret…you do not need to spend a lot of money to create a book like this. Here are some tips:
Make sure you take advantage of all of the wonderful scrapbooking materials that you can get for free at Disney World.
Some of these free items are:
- Disney World Transportation Collector Cards
- Birthday Buttons
- Character Autographs
- Park Maps
- Resort Maps and Literature
- Printed Napkins
- Your admission tickets or room keys.
- Luggage tags (like the paper ones from Magical Express)
- Monorail Co-Pilot License
- Stickers that are given out by cast members.
- Unused Fastpasses
- Photos you take with your camera
Another great place to pick up inexpensive materials for a Disney World scrapbook is your local Dollar Store. They have tons of stuff – a lot of it is even Disney-themed!
Also, be sure to check out your neighborhood craft store for background papers, punches (especially a Mickey Punch, and cutters.
But I will recommend purchasing some Disney World themed stickers – they really jazz it up!
- My last tip? Use your computer! There are massive amounts of Disney clip art available on the internet, as well as Disney fonts. Check them out, experiment, and have fun!
As a last note, don’t get crazy! It doesn’t have to be perfect or look professional – it just has to be done! It is far better to have a fun-inspired casual completed Disney World scrapbook than one in the larva stage!
|The book I used had a cut-out on the front cover – great spot for an individual photo. Words were printed on the computer and the stickers were free – from a cast member.||I used solid color paper to create the layout – gotta love the Mickey Head punch! Text shows a brief trip itinerary.||A good example of using free stuff! You can see a page from the Magical Express packet as well as his Key to the World ticket card.|
|Again, free materials here include the ticket sleeve and luggage identifier.||Use those Park Maps! These are some of their favorite Disney World scrapbook pages.||This page lifts up to reveal the actual Park Map. The logo was cut from the map itself.|
|The two page layout using the Magic Kingdom map.||Highlights from the Magic Kingdom. Cute background paper! I found a whole book of Disney paper for 99 cents once!||More highlights from the Magic Kingdom.|
|Portions of the Epcot map.||This page lifts up to reveal the actual Park Map. The logo was cut from the map itself.||The two page layout using the Epcot map.|
|A pocket holding the Holidays Around the World booklet. I just cut a piece of card stock and glued only the edges to make the pocket.||Photo with La Befana in Italy. Free material: Candlelight Processional ticket.||Epcot highlights. Another free sticker of Mickey!|
|Portions of the Studios map.||This page lifts up to reveal the actual Park Map. The logo was cut from the map itself.||The two page layout using the Studios map.|
|Disney Studios highlights. Free Mickey sticker from mail offer for Highlights magazine!||More Studios highlights. Simple layout created but cutting strips of paper – easy!||Portions of the Animal Kingdom map.|
|This page lifts up to reveal the actual Park Map. The logo was cut from the map itself, and the Mickey is a free coaster from the resort room!||The two page layout using the Animal Kingdom map.||Favorite character. Another free sticker!|
|The Mickey shot! More free stickers….||The (then) seven cousins. Found a book with Disney letters for a dollar once! They are all wearing custom Disney Santa hats that I made!||The family shot!|
|Cute photo in Italy in Epcot. Another free Mickey sticker!||No Disney World scrapbook would be complete without character autographs!||I printed the word “Autographs” using the Disney script font.|
|More autographs.||If I had a sticker of the signer, I used it on the page.||We think this is better than a plain old autograph book!|
|More autographs.||This page just cracks me up! We thought he would at least write “Sarge”!||The finished products…..|