Though it was never intended for the pins featuring Disney attractions, resorts and characters to become as popular as they did, Disney Pin trading is still going strong throughout all of Walt Disney World. Many fans - avid and casual - love to see what new pins Disney will be coming out with next. Because of these pins are adorable and can be found everywhere at Disney, you may discover that you have purchased more during your vacation than you intended to. Or maybe it was your goal to collect a pin from every attraction and ride you enjoyed while at Disney.
Just like with any other hobby, it is important to keep your Disney pin collection organized. Doing so will prevent duplicates or lost pins. Disney does sell Pin Collector books at the parks and resorts for fans to keep their pins in a single location. These books are similar to three ring binders with felt pages perfect for securing your favorite pins to.
Here are some tips to help you organized your Disney pins in a book:
- Attraction: Organize them by your favorite attractions first, alphabetically, by park or by its opening date.
- Special occasions: Organize your Disney pins by special occasions, such as Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, 4th of July and Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.
- Character: Keep your pins separated by characters. You can also create a larger category, organizing characters together from the same movie.
- Traders vs. Keepers: Keep the pins you plan to never get rid of separate from those you pan to trade.
- By visit: You can also keep track of your visits to Disney World by organizing your pins based on each time you visit the parks and resorts.
As you can see, a Disney pin book is a great way to organize, protect and display your valued Disney pin collection. Check back later for more unique Disney pin display ideas.