My dad has always been one to do this, where we'll be eating lunch somewhere at Disney and he'll just leave with like a pocketful of napkins. I'm pretty sure we have like an entire array of different napkins from all over the years. They do make great little souvenirs, until you find random folded up ones from like 10 years ago in some box and you just end up spending an hour and a half trying to figure out what year they actually were from.
I don't know, but there are a lot of little things like that you can take home with you as like a free souvenir. Napkins are obviously one of them, as are park maps and times guides. Anything like that. Even those brochures you can pick up from at the resorts work. The stuff your resort gives you when you arrive, the stuff in the bathroom of your hotel room that's the little free samples. All that kind of stuff. I don't know, maybe when I go in a few weeks I'll have to go around looking for little free things that you can bring home to help remember your Disney trip.
Here's today's Disney History: 2012: The second phase of Disney's Art of Animation Resort opens at Walt Disney World. The wing dedicated to the popular film Cars is themed after the Cozy Cone Motel. Taking on a notably different tone than the vibrant Finding Nemo wing (which opened May 31), the new Cars area embodies the feeling of the sleepy little town of Radiator Springs. Disney's Art of Animation Cars wing is WDW's 26th resort.
Have a magical day!