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DIY: Disney Park Map Travel Mug

As I am getting ready for my trip to Walt Disney World this Fall (already under 60 days!),  I thought I should make a craft to help me get hyped for it! So today, I will be teaching you how to make a DIY travel mug out of park maps! And it only will cost you $1 to make!

**Disclaimer: This was not my idea, it is a very popular craft that can be found on many sites online.**


Walt Disney World Travel Mug Craft



-1 Walt Disney World or Disneyland park map

-1 Sharpie


-1 DIY photo travel mug 



Step 1: Twist off the top of your mug (which I bought at the dollar store) and take out the template that’s inside.

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Step 2: Choose your park map (I used one from my last trip to MNSSHP back in 2013!). 

Step 3: Trace your template onto the section of your park map that you want to show, with a sharpie.

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Step 4: Get your scissors and cut out the shape you just traced.

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Step 5: Slip the map into your cup and screw on the top. Now you’re done!

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Note that if you’d like to spend a little more money for a better quality/BPA free travel mug, you can always look on Amazon and find some. You can also print out family pictures or collages of your memories at WDW and use those instead of a map! Use your imagination, and proudly show your Disney side!


(Photos from the author’s personal collection.)


Have you ever made something like this before? What are your favorite Disney crafts to make? When is your next trip to WDW? Tell me in the comments below, I’d love to hear from you!

Thanks for reading & have a magical day! – Ruby 8:)


Ruby is a fourteen year old Disney fan, and she credits her mom with starting her early love of Disney. In addition to her enthusiasm for Disney, Ruby enjoys singing, drawing, reading, listening to music and writing. She will be reviewing Disney-related topics that are of interest to younger Disney fans—and their parents and grandparents!