Walt Disney Imagineering Designs Disney Paper Parks Activity to Bring the Magic Home


UPDATE 07/09/20: Disney has released part two of the Disney Paper Parks series, allowing you to complete your own personal Main Street, U.S.A. and Magic Happens parade.

Be sure to see the instructions below to bring your blank pages to life.

Disney Paper Parks - Part II

Here's a sneak peek at the finished product:

Source: Disney Parks Blog


Since the Disney theme parks closed earlier this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic concerns, various divisions of the Walt Disney Company have been sharing some pretty awesome ways to continue enjoying the magic from home with their Disney Magic Moments series.

We've had the Dapper Dans serenading us from their homes and loads of new content released on Disney+ such as Zenimation and more. In fact, don't forget that Hamilton launches on Friday, July 3rd and the original Broadway cast is holding a Twitter watch party beginning at 7pm Eastern; join in using the hashtag #Hamilfilm.

Back in May, I shared details about a cute little app called Disney Yourself and discussed how it reminded me of a favorite childhood activity, and today, Disney has shared another fun at-home experience – Disney Paper Parks – that has me reminiscing again. This project was inspired by my happy place in combination with my love of paper dolls!

The Disney Parks Blog shared this morning that they'd asked two architects and designers from the Walt Disney Imagineering Design + Planning Studio to assist Disney fans with bringing a piece of the Disney parks to life in their own homes and thus, we have a 3-D version of Main Street, U.S.A. and sections of the Magic Happens parade from Disneyland.

It is recommended that you print the sheets in their actual size rather than scaling them to fit the page.

I'm excited to take out my colored pencils and get to work on this over the weekend! How about you? Do you think you'll be giving this cute little project a try? Let me know in the comments below!

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