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Disney 2013: Hidden Mickeys

Hidden Mickeys Digital Scrapbook Page

September 2, 2013 Sarah Coggins
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On previous trips to Walt Disney World, Trent & I have had fun hunting for hidden (and not so hidden) Mickeys. Our son was just old enough during our trip in May to play along himself. Once we showed him a couple, he got the hang of it and had fun pointing out any Mickey likeness he saw. To this day he will make a hidden Mickey any chance he gets (3 M&M’s = hidden Mickey, 3 slices of cucumber = hidden Mickey, etc). So cute.

As he also is really into the camera and getting photos of certain things, he often asked me to take photos of the hidden Mickeys he spotted. Thus, we have the page dedicated to hidden Mickeys in our trip album:

Disney 2013: Hidden Mickeys
I created a template with a simple grid outline to arrange all the photos. The larger picture of my son with the Mickey Mouse ice cream is straight from Instagram.

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  • Linda Dotterer September 2, 2013 at 8:13 am
    Dylan is so cute! I love the grid layout for all of your photos. I now feel the need to go back to Disney. :)
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