Character-Specific Scrapbooks

Melissa55

Mouseketeer
Joined
May 14, 2016
I’ve been trying to figure out a good place to put this and I hope I’ve picked the right one.

Does anyone else “collect” photos of themselves with characters in different outfits? I mainly focus on what I call the classic characters (the “Sensational Six” plus Chip ‘n’ Dale) since most princesses only have 1-2 costumes... Don’t get me wrong I’ve still met most of the princesses 3-4 times each they’re just not my top priorities lol!

I have a few friends who are fellow Disney fanatics but only 1 scrapbooks and she does trip-specific scrapbooks. Mine are kind of not ever “finished” because obviously I still plan to go on more trips. My friend said that would make her crazy. I’ve done a couple of trip-specific scrapbooks (like our WDW Honeymoon) but it just doesn’t appeal to me as much. My scrap books are divided into: Classic Characters, Princesses, Non-Princess Disney Movie Characters, and Miscellaneous (includes Star Wars, Pixar, TV show characters)

Does anyone else do this or am I alone in my weirdness?

For anyone interested, my current counts are:
Chip ‘n’ Dale: 5
Daisy: 7
Donald: 10
Goofy: 12
Mickey: 10
Minnie: 10
Pluto: 4
 

concertkatie

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jun 2, 2014
I do trip specific layouts, but then I have an 8x8 scrapbook where I put pics with me and celebrities in smaller layouts (5x7 photos) and yes, I count the Disney characters as celebrities.
 

Chae

DIS Veteran
Joined
Mar 17, 2014
I’ve always done a book for each trip but I really like the character idea!! I may have to “copy”!
 

Melissa55

Mouseketeer
Joined
May 14, 2016
I’ve always done a book for each trip but I really like the character idea!! I may have to “copy”!
Haha, go right ahead! I am sure I'm not the first one to do things this way. :) One thing I really like is I have found a lot of cute character-specific paper and stickers. Like for Donald I have a really pretty wave paper from Hobby Lobby, and for Minnie red paper with white polka dots from Michaels.
 


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