Craft This Year’s “Disney Paper Parks: Holiday Edition” Ornaments by Walt Disney Imagineering From Home

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The Disney Parks Blog has been sharing new Paper Parks activities created by Walt Disney Imagineering, and we cannot get enough of them! These activities allow you to celebrate the magic of Disney Parks and Resorts right from home, and best of all, they only require the most basic materials like ordinary copy paper, a printer, and scissors!

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If you have been following Disney Paper Parks for some time, you may remember last year’s holiday crafting included guides to making your own Disney Parks-inspired ornaments. This holiday version of Disney Paper Parks is an expansion upon last year’s ornament set giving you 12 new ones to add to your collection!

Inspired by Disney theme parks around the world, this year’s set of ornaments would look beautiful on your Christmas tree, a wreath, or even on the fridge or around the office. The Disney Parks Blog also recommends using these ornaments as a daily activity during the holiday season to create your own “12 days of #DisneyPaperParks” magic!

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To get started crafting your ornaments, click this link to download the printable activity sheets. For a quick tip to make the most of your ornaments, be sure to print them at their actual size, so if the option pops up do not select scaling them to fit the page. This activity requires scissors and glue to complete it, so be sure to make this a family activity and have adult supervision present for the little ones.

These activity sheets were created especially for the Disney Parks Blog by Imagineers Stephanie Jazmines, with Imagineers Claire Weiss, Bryce Schulte, Greg Ashton and Ron Lee also contributing to these crafts.

We will be back with more updates from Disney Paper Parks as we have them, in the meantime, enjoy your new ornaments celebrating Disney parks around the world, and happy holidays!

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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