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A Story About Minnie and Mickey

This post is sponsored by Disney Story. To find out more about this brand-new story-creation app and how it puts the power of storytelling in your hands – click here.

You guys…there’s this new Disney app called Story and it’s pretty great. If you are someone like myself who likes the idea of scrapbooking, but actually hates to scrapbook, then Story is for you. And if you loooove  to scrapbook? Then you’re going to loooove this app.

Like most moms, you probably take a LOT of photos of your kid. Most of these moments are every day moments that might not seem “scrapbook worthy”, but that’s where the Story app is perfect. The app keeps track and organizes all of your photos for you and then you can drag and drop them together to create one cohesive story. You can add photos, video, change the colors, background, layout, captions and so much more! It’s a perfect way to keep track of all the little special moments that happen for you and your little one. The app makes even the most every day moments seem a little more magical, but it’s also great for tracking the bigger moments too.

Here’s a little story I put together of Fern meeting Mickey and Minnie during a recent trip to Disney World that I was able to capture via the Story app.

[iframe src=”http://embed.story.us/story/embed_story?o=hmrlmtHQgD5h” width=”560″ height=”400″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no”][/iframe]

Start telling your stories by Downloading the Disney Story app from iTunes for FREE right here! Stay on top of new Disney Story updates by following Disney Story Twitter and Disney Story Facebook.

 

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on TwitterFacebookPinterest and Instagram or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble. More from Lauren:

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