I made my own autograph book for my Disney visit. I had these growing up, but for some reason can not find them. My daughter still has her book.
I cut the strips of ribbon 8" long, then trimmed them down all even once in place.
You can watch the DIY video for how I made this one.
Had a great time on this photo shoot. Jordan as Anastasia, I am Drizella - the Tremaine sisters who are famous for their cruelty and jealousy towards Cinderella. Thank you to our photographer Erica for putting up with our antics on this photo shoot.
The beautiful Venetian Carousel is from Italy!
My Disney trip is a little ways off, but that doesn't mean I'm not prepping now! I bought this amazing Loungefly backpack. It's made of durable nylon material with a Disney Princess design - old school. It has padded shoulder straps and a front zipper pocket.
( It doesn't have side pockets for water bottles though.)
It measures 11.5" wide x 17.5" tall and is 5" deep.
This bag is absolutely gorgeous and colorful. It's lined inside and a few interior pockets for smaller items. The shoulder straps are easy to adjust. Perfect size - I'm 5 foot 2 inches tall it fits great. Not to big or small. if you spray it with Scotch Guard it stays clean!
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I have been planning my next Disney trip since I went last year.
This year is Mickey's 90th birthday. I will be going late October, just before Halloween. The weather will be terrific and the crowds (somewhat) light.
My brother and I will be going for two solid days - 8am to midnight. Our plans include dividing the park into two large sections so we don't miss a thing. And we will also partake in one of the character breakfasts.
I will posting my Disney Bound preparations including DIY projects and what to pack, here on the blog as well as instagram and YouTube.
Growing up in Los Angeles in the 70s/80s we visited Disneyland on a regular basis and often after school, before "Annual Passes".