If your family’s spring break escape includes a sprinkling of pixie dust, a pair of glass slippers and a castle fit for a princess, then you will likely be documenting every magical moment.
No trip to a Disney theme park can take place without snapping at least a few hundred photos and collecting a mountain of memorabilia. When you return from your fantasy vacation you’ll want create a scrapbook detailing all of the fun had with Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and the rest of the crew.
Fortunately, you don’t have to spend a ton of money crafting a Disney-themed memory album. The Internet is teeming with free printables of Disney characters that are a cinch to add to a layout. For example, if your child is a fan of Winnie the Pooh, you could print out the honey-loving bear, his friend Tigger and little Piglet to spice up a page design filled with photos taken with the residents of the Hundred Acre Woods. You can find free Disney printables at DisneyClips.com, Disneysites.com, DisneyKingdom.com and FamilyShoppingBag.com.
Another affordable option is to print out a free printable coloring page from the Internet. Have your daughter color images of Cinderella, Belle, Snow White or another favorite Disney princess, and then cut them out and attach them to your layout along with some Tinker Bell clip art.
If you don’t have time or don’t feel like flexing your creative muscle to create an elaborate Disney-themed scrapbook layout, consider purchasing a kit. Numerous retailers, including A Cherry on Top, sell affordable kits that include all of the materials needed to design an adorable princess-themed layout. If your daughter is really into Cinderella, A Cherry on Top sells a themed kit filled with paper, rub-ons, stickers, stamps and gems. You can also mix-and-match elements from other kits that feature other popular Disney princesses, including Jasmine and Ariel.