Slide 8 - You are done...All that is left is to slide some money into the envelope and you can glue it shut or place a decorative sticker over the top flap to the back of the envelope. Leave it in the room for the Mousekeepers to find and who knows? You just might be left with a towel shaped into Mickey or some other fun stuff like that.
Slide 7 - Keep the smaller flap open and fold the just glued flap to the center. Apply a sliding pressure from the bottom of the envelope to the top of the flap until it is affixed to the inner flaps. This will only take a few seconds.
Slide 6 - Close the side flaps on the short ends to the center Open both flaps on the long ends. Take the glue and paste the inside of the larger flap's edge (the one with the tumb up image and it does not meet at a point). Do not paste the top center of the flap.
Slide 2 - Line your ruler up with the outer black lines of the template. Do not cut the inner rectangle. Cut from one corner to the next and repeat this process until all the outer portions of the sheet are completely cut away from the useful part of the template
Slide 1 - First off, you need the material. I used the following: - Mousekeeping templates - Box Cutter - Ruler - Glue stick - a cutting board or a flat piece of cardboard I found beautiful templates here: http://www.themainstreetmouse.com/disney-printables/mousekeeping-envelopes/
When in Disney (Any Disney) Park and you are staying at a resort, it is important to treat the Cast members well as they keep your stay as enjoyable as possible. Take Mousekeeping, for example...they make sure your room is speck and span after a long day in the Park. Here is how you brighten their day along with a tip...