Introducing KtP printables!
I am excited to share this fun project I have been working on!
I love having fun little keepsakes to add to my scrapbook (more like a box) of Disney trips. I love checking things off a list. I love Epcot festivals. So, a free printable for Epcot International Festival of the Holidays is the perfect solution!
This handy little printable passport allows you to carry something around the World Showcase that reminds you of what there is to see and do during this festival.
Then, you can take it home as a reminder of what joyous fun you had eating all those cookies and meeting Santa and Mrs. Claus!
Here’s how to create yours:
Head over HERE and access and open the file.
Once you open the PDF file, you will need to print the first page. Depending on how you want to use this, a sturdy cardstock is probably best.
Then you will take that same sheet of paper and put it in your printer tray and then print the second page so that way it’s only on one sheet. Or, if you want to put it in a book you can just print both pages at once on separate sheets of paper.
Depending on your printer settings, you may have to play around with which way it faces so that both sides print the right side up, and not one side upside down or one side at the top of the page and the other at the bottom.
I tested it on my home printer, and it worked! Mine was a simple as printing, placing the paper with the image I just printed right side up facing me, and printing the second page.
Finally, just cut the image out.
You can also choose to have this printed professionally at your local office supply store or through a website like Shutterfly.
You have some options for how to use this checklist. You can laminate it and use a dry erase marker to use year after year. You can just use a pen or marker to check off boxes.
You can wear it on a lanyard or put it in a journal/book. It is a 4×6 so it is very functional for many different projects/uses.
I hope you enjoy this, and I hope to offer more of these! Please share what other types of printables you would like to see in the future – comment below or on Kenny the Pirate’s facebook page.