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1. Mickey and the Magical Map Show (check the Dashboard or use MagicSearch for Showtimes.
2. Try the new Big Thunder!
3. Captain America Meet and Greet in Innoventions
4. Radiator Springs Racers (get your Fastpasses at Park opening)
5. Fried Chicken at the newly reopened Plaza Inn!
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I made this book for holding pins, folds out 4 times(folds are offset so pins don't bang aginst each other)each section has a piece of corkboard inside, just wondering how many people would like this as a RAK. May make a few for my next trip.✌❤🐭
This is pretty cool! I'm still trying to figure out the offset part and how they don't bump into each other. Do they fold in so pins are facing pins? If so, you might want to sew a flap of just fabric that could fold up over the pins when you fold it in. Or on the edge flaps, have the fabric on one so when it folds over, it separates on section of pins and the back side of it (which might not have pins on it) will protect the other flap that folds in? Just a thought. I'm not sure how you'd do it, or if I didn't understand the folding process and you might have the pins not touching each other anyway. - cesium55 531.6 #338 9-24-12 10:31AMLikeReply