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This past year, my Walt Disney World Resort visits were at an all-time high, which meant that my family got some serious park time in, too. Besides the rides, restaurants, killer snacks and Jedi training, there’s another park feature that captures my son and husband’s attention… Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom is a card-collecting, spell-casting interactive game that is played in the Magic Kingdom, and is quite addictive! From finding the hidden mirrors and casting your chosen spells, each time you play, the game changes and levels up. It was easy to collect the freebie cards, but when we found ourselves with more than we could carry, a new way to play came about. I created a DIY Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Book for all our cards as well as new mini-maps inside!
This tutorial for the DIY Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Book will take you through the basic steps of making the binder, but I have a full list of supplies below! The 90 card binder I picked out was chosen after scouring the internet for a small, thin binder that had enough room for all 70 cards PLUS collectibles, was dirt-resistant and a good price. It’s a total winner!
1 Mini Maps for Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Printout (click for FREE file)
1 Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Logo Silhouette File (FREE file)
Your Own Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Cards
Frog Tape or Adhesive of your choice
1. After printing the mini-maps, use a paper cutter to trim away the excess.
2. Using rolls of frog tape, Tape one page of mini-maps into the front cover, and the other into the back cover.
3. Insert all your Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Cards into the slots, in numerical order (check the lower left-hand corner of the card for the numbers 1-70).
4. Print out and Weed the Vinyl Silhouette printout of the MSK logo. The preview in the silhouette software (and after printing) looks like this. I cleaned it up a little in order to have a cleaner printed product.
5. Place contact paper or Press N Seal over the top, and rub firmly with a credit card.
6. Peel off the Vinyl backing paper and place squarely on the 90 card binder.
7. Rub once again with the credit card, peeling the contact paper back slowly. Gently clean adhesive away, if needed.
8. Cast your cards against villains in Magic Kingdom Park on your next vacation!