Madera, CA (PRWEB) December 16, 2013
Travel agency Get Away Today has had a significant number of requests for the design template for its Disneyland Countdown Chain. The requests coincide with the oncoming holiday season at Disneyland.
At Get Away Today, Chuck Smith has been fielding requests for a detailed tutorial on how to create a Mickey Mouse Disneyland countdown chain. The requests began pouring in when picture of the countdown chain was posted on their popular blog just a few months back.
The chain, which is aesthetically pleasing and practical for travelers who intend on visiting Disneyland, is quite simple to make given the detailed steps outlined in the Get Away Today blog.
When asked to discuss the chain’s design at Get Away Today, Julie Smith described the reason for her clients’ desire to learn how to make the chain, saying, “It is really very simple to make when you have the proper template. The reason that we have been inundated with requests for the template is that it gives many families a visual reminder of the exciting trip they are about to embark upon. Each day bring them closer and closer to the excitement of Disneyland.”
The materials required for this chain are few: Colored paper, thin ribbon, tape, scissors, glue and, of course, the pattern. The simplicity of the design is likely responsible for its popularity.
“Certainly, the fact that it is fairly easy to make is one of the reasons that we have had the multitude of requests we have received,” said Chuck Smith. “That, combined with the excitement that a trip to Disneyland typically generates, makes it a very popular item that families can work together to produce.”
Get Away Today offers a variety of vacation packages to Disneyland, along with a number of other locations. With the holiday season fast approaching, many families are using this chain as a reminder of their holiday travel plans.
“The Disneyland Resort is a great place for families during the holidays, and we are glad that so many of our clients are using this chain to count down to their departure,” said Julie Smith.