The first place to start with your Disney princess scrapbook is the book itself. Ask yourself, do you want a 3 ring binder with archival page protectors in it or do you want a special vintage or new archival album. Archival means that it is acid free and that the paper or plastic will not eat through your paper or document. You will want to make sure that you have acid free glue, tape, stickers and any other items you use in your Disney album should be archival or acid free.
Now, what should you put in your album? Disneyland photos with your favorite princess and dressed as she is, tickets, pins, souvenirs, and photos with princesses would be perfect for your album or binder. You can make each souvenir be part of the design to make it extra special. Sometimes even napkins, menus, autograph items and other things are fun additions for your Disney princess scrapbook pages. Many people like to type up memories
Next organize your princess items into groups. One group for each page. For example, if you want photos, pins and a placard on one page, put that in a group with your matching scrapbooking papers and other embellishments like stamps, stencils, markers and other items. Page protectors help you keep your pages organized and neat and ready for you to complete your princess pages in your own time.
- You can also make an extra copy and file it away with other heirlooms.
Great ways to display your new Disney princess scrapbook are to put it in a visible location. Scrapbooks make great coffee table books and discussion pieces, especially if it is in a beautifully decorated notebook or binder. Scrapbooks can be a good conversation starter as lots of people like to get ideas and find good places to go. Most everyone loves Disneyland and your scrapbook can help tell the story of your vacation or other event in your life. It is also fun to do scrapbooks of your kids lives, births, blessings, christenings, school years, and other themed books. Whether it is princesses or pirates, your kids and you will enjoy looking at your scrapbook for years to come. They may even be passed from generation to generation some day!