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Realfoodie 01-08-2013 02:20 PM

What is "Scrapbooking Party" on Disney Cruise
Hi all!

I was looking at the Personal Navigator that someone posted for their cruise and on day 3 there was a "Scrapbooking Party" in Animator's Palate. Anyone know what that is? I love to scrapbook but wouldn't normally in this setting. But I do digital so all I need is my laptop. So, do ppl show up for 90 min with their supplies? Just curious cuz I can't find anything on it in a search. Thanks!


Takia 01-08-2013 03:06 PM

We attended on our last 3 night Dream cruise. They actually supplied some 12x12 papers (I do believe they were sponsored by DVC) and some random embellishments so you could make a few pages to take home with you.

The embellishments were foam letters, some non-Disney stickers, etc. Nothing stuff that was "wowing" or DCL specific. HOWEVER, they did allow us to take the paper with us so we could scrap at home. The papers are cute, but pretty basic. I will try and post some pictures of them when I get home.

Well worth at least stopping in for the paper!

kcashner 01-08-2013 04:16 PM

When we did it, we got a 12 x 12 sheet from the future cruise desk (along with a sales pitch). The "project" was plain paper and cardboard covers tied with string and decorated with markers and foam letters--a kid project.

Kimosabe 01-08-2013 05:29 PM

We have not attended that specific event, but have purchased scrapbooking supplies on the ship that are very much DCL-focused...Castaway Cay even has its own kit (pages, stickers, etc.) available on the island. That doesn't necessarily help if you are doing something digital, but our kids have thoroughly enjoyed commemorating our cruise(s) with this type of project.

EeyoreIsMyName 01-08-2013 07:51 PM

I have attended the scrapbook events twice. They do supply a couple of 12 x 12 sheets of DCL paper to you. However, most of the adhesives weren't suitable for scrapbooking IMHO. The second time I went, I just collected the paper and brought it home to scrapbook in leisure. I purchased a scrapbook kit on board and just stuck the DCL scrapbook sheets from this event in with the rest of the kit.

canadakath 01-08-2013 10:39 PM


Originally Posted by EeyoreIsMyName (Post 47127184)
However, most of the adhesives weren't suitable for scrapbooking IMHO.

I second this. Forgive me for being a craft snob but glue sticks? Eek! :scared1: But I used one of the free pages in my finished album.

Realfoodie 01-09-2013 09:51 AM

Thanks for all the info! You don't sound like a scrapbooking sound like someone who values lasting scrapbooks...and for how much work (and money!) we put into them that is a wise choice!!

I was thinking maybe I could scan the paper and use it in my digital scrapbook!!

Happy scrapbooking!


DahliaRW 01-10-2013 07:50 PM

So glad to hear they sell scrapbooks papers on board. I hope they are better then the ones they sell at DL! I love picking up paper to scrap with once I get home!

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