Review | Disney Parks Scrapbook Supplies

Reported by Julie Tiu

Have you ever toted your scrapbooking tools and supplies on vacation? And while on vacation, do you find yourself scouring the local stores for supplies because you’ve run out? I vacationed in Walt Disney World this summer, and was nicely surprised at the availability of paper goods. And, if you’re wondering if they are more expensive than your local supply store – they are actually similar in price.

At almost every gift or memorabilia store, you will find a section with photo albums, scrapbooking supplies, stickers, writing tools and even scissors!

This “Four Parks, One World” WDW Deluxe Scrapbook Kit retails for $22.95 at the park shops. It contains stickers, die-cuts and themed pages. All coordinated for your convenience.

These paper edgers are also offered at stores… how about those Mickey ears? These scissors retail for approximately $9.00

And what about some rubber stamps to complete your set? The Minnie Mouse Wooden stamp set costs about $17.

I will admit that I was way too busy having fun with my kids and husband at the Disney parks. Crafting on vacation never seems to work out even though I bring along a marker set and scissors (in a checked bag – if we’re flying). But Disney does an incredible job at making sure you have absolutely everything you need to have a magical time at their locations – even for us crafty vacationers.

Have you used Disney scrapbook paper or supplies? Did you buy them while on vacation or from your local store? How did you capture your vacation moments? Let us know in the comments!

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6 Responses to Review | Disney Parks Scrapbook Supplies

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    Kathy September 16, 2011 at 2:09 pm #

    I am a Disney Vacation Club member, so we go pretty frequently. I was amazed at how LITTLE scrapbooking stuff they had until recently… is a fairly new development, I guess they realized they had an untapped market there! The stuff they are coming out with now is really cool, and you can get it online from them, too. I never scrap on vacation….I am there to GO GO GO. But I usually order my papers and embellishments for vacation online. I do get cool diecuts at CKC when I go, especially for all the National parks! And most of my Disney stuff I get from Mouse Memories or one other site that has a good selection!

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    Julie September 16, 2011 at 3:40 pm #

    We just moved to Los Angeles and are looking forward to getting annual passes. I always look for Disney scrapbooking stuff when we are there. Last time we went I did not see anything and was a little bummed. I have the mickey ear scissors, would love the Minnie mouse stamp set. That is really cute.

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    Julie September 16, 2011 at 11:06 pm #

    I had amazing success at Disney World’s Downtown Disney. The World of Disney store had a huge selection. I filled the void on products like loose papers at my local Archivers and mousememories. And another little secret: Disney’s All Star Music’s gift shop had a selection of supplies to rival Downtown Disney back in 2007 and I’d expect it’s still the same today. None of the other resorts at the higher levels seem to have any selection.

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    Lpooljim September 17, 2011 at 2:00 pm #

    I love the department store in Japan and the pop up cards and selection of unique papers. If you love Hello Kitty there’s a large selection too.

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    KathyinMN September 19, 2011 at 3:46 pm #

    I’ve made a special trip to the coffee place in the studios theme park and there is a place in downtown disney that sell pretty good Disney stuff too. Scrap on vacation? No. But buy stuff? Oh heck yeah.

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    construction_julie September 20, 2011 at 10:54 am #

    Love all your comments, readers!! Especially like the tip about checking out “Japan” (Epcot). Yes, there were a lot of paper goods (cards, origami, paper puzzles, journals) that were begging me to buy them. 🙂 You only have so much room in the luggage, hehe. Keep the comments rolling – thanks!