Unofficial Disneyland Activity & Autograph Book
Unofficial Disneyland Activity & Autograph BookUnofficial Disneyland Activity & Autograph BookHi everyone – I’m Danielle from Busy Mom’s Helper, and I’m so thrilled to be sharing on Carlie’s blog today! I have some really happy news – our printed book HERE is finally done, and I can’t wait to hear what y’all think of it!
After a lot of hard work, little sleep and more Dr. Pepper than I should admit, I’m loving the outcome and look forward to using this with my own kids on our next vacation! Since I’ve been working so much, I’m going to need Carlie’s 5 Time Management Tips for Moms to help me get back on track.
This book was made for Disneyland and California Adventure because this is where we have taken our many Disney trips to. I wanted to give kids something fun to do while waiting in line for rides, relaxing at the hotel after a busy day in the parks, or resting before the big Paint the Night Parade and fireworks show. Instead of hearing ‘how much longer’, they’ll be happily entertained to give you a few moments of quiet – or work on it together for even more happy memories!
We included plenty of games, mazes, jokes, even connect the dots and design your own Super Hero outfit inside. Keep track of what rides you’ve done, and which are left, with our handy ride checklists – divided by the ‘lands’ and complete with height requirements.
We even tossed in some pages to help you keep your vacation memories – such as spots to write funny moments or favorite rides from the trip, and even a place to trace their handprint.
Over 20 of the pages are creatively designed autograph pages that put those old boring, blank ones to shame! Themed after favorite characters, from classics like Pluto and Ariel, to Darth Vader, Avengers and more.
Because you already have plenty to carry around the park, especially with kids, we wanted to keep the size completely reasonable – that’s why we chose to keep it 6×9 in size, with 66 total pages of neat activities and autograph spots! That means the pages are large enough for even little kids to draw and fill out, but small enough you can fit it into most bags you’ll have with you – or light enough the kids can hold on to them, which is what ours insisted on doing because they were so fun!
Whether you’re planning a vacation soon for Spring Break, or are waiting for the holiday celebrations, you can nab your book today and start getting excited (or MORE excited!). To appeal to everyone, we have it as a PDF you can download, print and bind yourself (a great choice if you have many children) or if you want to skip that hassle there’s a professionally printed book, perfectly bound with shiny cover.
Whichever you choose, your kids will have a magical time with this keepsake book – and your whole vacation will be a bit saner without the boring lines!
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