Disney Parks Blog Presents Disney Paper Parks Designed by Walt Disney Imagineering, Part 2

Today, you can complete your Disney Paper Parks of Main Street, U.S.A. and the “Magic Happens” parade with the release of part two of Disney Paper Parks. Once completed, know that we have more printable, 3D activity sheets on the way, and in the meantime, enjoy moving the floats down your parade route at home as pieces of moving art!

When Imagineers Stephanie Jazmines and Amy Young designed Disney Paper Parks for the Disney Parks Blog, they wanted to remind guests how big of an opportunity a blank sheet of paper can be. If that sounds familiar, it was a mantra of Disney Legend and Imagineer Marty Sklar.

Stephanie said, “With today’s increasing emphasis on the digital, it’s always rewarding to step back and remember what you’re capable of making with some imagination and your own two hands.”

As a reminder, the activity sheets require the use of scissors, glue and folding along dotted lines in specific directions. For best results, we recommend printing the sheets at their actual size, not scaling them to fit the page. For those with little ones, we also recommend adult participation or supervision.

“It’s amazing what you can create with a single piece of paper,” Amy said. “So, grab your art supplies, pack your patience and take your time to create your very own paper park. We are so excited to see Disney fans bring these pages to life!”

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