Use Disney Paper Parks to Craft Your Own Cinderella Castle Shadowbox

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There are so many ways to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort both onsite at the theme parks and resorts and right from home! Today, the Disney Parks Blog shared a new way Guests can get in on the fun during “The Most Magical Celebration on Earth,” right from home with Disney Paper Parks crafts.

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Disney Paper Parks is offering Guests the opportunity to create their own decorative shadow box featuring Cinderella Castle right from the comfort of home. (And if you do make it down to Walt Disney World during “The Most Magical Celebration on Earth,” this shadow box would be a great place to keep some small souvenirs and keepsakes from your trip!)

The shadow box can be crafted from home using 3D paper activity sheets that come complete with artwork of Cinderella Castle with all of its 50th anniversary enhancements and decor and the newly refurbished Partners Statue of Walt Disney and Mickey.

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Once you download Disney Paper Parks and get started on the project, you’ll be able to add color and lighting to the shadow box and give your own personalized spin to the design of Cinderella Castle.

Disney Paper Parks was created by Imagineers Stephanie Jazmines and Amy Young, so Guests of all ages can spend some time at home creating their own DIY versions of classic attractions, lands, characters, and more from Disney Parks with easy to read step-by-step instructions.

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You’ll find all the materials you need for each project listed on Disney Paper Parks (for this one you’ll need scissors and glue) and many of the tools are crafting items you likely already have if you have little ones at home. Of course, adult participation is recommended so kids can be supervised while doing the activities.

Ready to get started? Click here to print the activity sheets and find complete instructions to make your own Cinderella Castle shadowbox!

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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