If you are looking for an activity to keep the family busy in the lead-up to Christmas, give the latest Holiday Edition of Disney Paper Parks a try. The downloadable series is specially designed by Walt Disney Imagineers and can be a lot of fun. Here’s all the information you are going to need to start your family activity.
Here’s a holiday tip: There are fully drawn themed sheets in Part 1 that can be used as wrapping paper. If you wrap a gift with them, hang a few trees from this release on it and voila – an elaborate present made with #DisneyPaperParks!
For best results, we recommend printing the activity sheets at their actual size, not scaling them to fit the page. We also recommend adult participation or supervision for those with little ones to help make this great activity even more enjoyable.
The sheets were created for the Disney Parks Blog by Imagineers Stephanie Jazmines and Amy Young, and require the use of scissors, glue and folding along dotted lines in specific directions. Imagineers Ron Lee, Emma Neal, Ashley Guzman, Keira Thompson also contributed to this release. Happy holidays!
- Disney Paper Parks: Holiday Edition, Part 4
- Disney Paper Parks: Holiday Edition, Part 3
- Disney Paper Parks: Holiday Edition, Part 2
- Disney Paper Parks: Holiday Edition, Part 1
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Zoë Wood is a travel writer from Sydney, Australia. Since her first visit to Disneyland at the age of 6, she has spent her years frequently visiting Disney Parks and traveling around the world.
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