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How to Find Free Items at Disney World to Use in a Scrapbook

By eHow Contributor , last updated December 17, 2013 Found This Helpful How to Find Free Items at Disney World to Use in a Scrapbook thumbnail

There are plenty of ways to spend money on your vacation to Walt Disney World in Florida. So when it comes to organizing your memories, you may not want to spend a bundle on fancy scrapbook embellishments. But there are many ways to dress up your scrapbook pages for free. The hunt for these items can be fun for adults and children alike, as you use the search to make even more magical memories.

Instructions

  • 1. Start collecting documents and materials before you even leave home. Confirmation letters can be saved or used for logo cutouts. Order the free maps from the Disney website (disney.go.com) or print your own custom maps.

  • 2. Keep your airline ticket stubs, gas receipts and parking passes as you travel. Plan a scrapbook page documenting the trip to Walt Disney World.

  • 3. Save the stationary from the hotel room and the key card, if it is a personalized card. Look for theme park pamphlets that can be saved for artwork.

  • 4. Keep your Disney World Times Guides, maps, unused Fast Passes and napkins that have Mickey Mouse or other characters printed on them. If there is a special event at the park, such as the Epcot Food and Wine Festival or Star Wars Weekend, pick up extra brochures about the event happenings.

  • 5. Pose for PhotoPass pictures and save the card from the photographer. You aren't required to purchase the pictures, though you may wish to. The pictures can be viewed online. Also, ask for the image number at the end of rides that take photos. The numbers are written on cards since the system is separate from the regular PhotoPass. Each ride should have a different card design.

  • 6. Check Disney restaurants for more free additions for your book, including special plastic stirrers, sandwich picks and coasters. Ask for recipe cards at the Hollywood Brown Derby for a practical addition to your scrapbook. Eat ice cream in Animal Kingdom park and keep the little wooden spoon.

  • 7. Attend the opening or closing ceremonies at Magic Kingdom and stand up close. Gather up a handful of the confetti that is shot into the air. Look for other opportunities to collect Mickey glitter or confetti during parades or from cast members.

  • 8. Collect passport stamps in Epcot's World Showcase. Cast members in each country will stamp your paper and write a phrase in their native language. Epcot also has free paper crafts for children in the Kidcot area.

Tips & Warnings

  • Make it into a scavenger hunt with your children and it will add to the excitement of making it all the way through the park, or onto an attraction they might otherwise not want to go on.

  • These items are not going to be of archival quality. Mount them on the page with a little space between the item and your photos.

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