Easy Disney Parks Guidemap Serving Tray
Have some extra Disney Parks Guidemaps from your visit to Walt Disney World? Serve up some fun memories (and some drinks) with this Easy Disney Parks Guidemap Serving Tray.
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I can guarantee one thing each time we visit Walt Disney World. I will come home with a ridiculous number of Disney Parks Guidemaps. My most recent trip to Walt Disney World was in May to attend the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration. I drove the kids nuts every time I walked into one of the parks and grabbed some guidemaps. Lots of eyes rolling ensued. It’s an obsession of sorts. I know, it’s sounds odd but I do have a habit of racking up a lot of guidemaps while visiting. My reasoning? Well, I like to look at them and think about my most recent trip to Walt Disney World. And….I like to make fun projects with them so I can always remember the most magical place on earth (not that I would ever forget it, but you know…).
Aside from my love of all things Disney, I have been on a Mod Podge kick lately. Yep, I have been Mod Podging the heck out of things because it’s fun! So naturally, a Mod Podge project centered around these gazillion Disney Parks guidemaps that I have accumulated was in order. This Disney Parks Guidemap Serving Tray is so simple to make. Here are the supplies you need!
- Disney Parks Guidemaps
- Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge
- White Acrylic Serving Tray
- Craft Scissors
- Large Square Punch
- Large Round Punch
This is where your creativity can shine. Cut or punch out pieces of the different maps. I tried to highlight the areas of each park in some way. I also used both sides of each map so it is helpful if you have extra copies.
Now you can grab your Mod Podge and have some fun! Apply a layer of Mod Podge to the base of the tray and then arrange the pieces how you want. I used the Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge for this project because I thought it would be able to withstand the watermarks and moisture from the glasses. Do not wash the tray in the dishwasher.
I applied three coats of the Mod Podge. Let it cure according to the package directions.
This is such a fun project. It’s the perfect way to remember all the Disney magic that happened while visiting Walt Disney World.
I love this idea and may need to try it with our maps! I gave this post a nod in my Disney map magnet DIY post! https://www.flipflopweekend.com/disney-world-maps-magnets/