Make Your Own Disney Autograph Book
If you are heading to Walt Disney World or any of the Disney Parks soon, you’ll want to make this easy Disney Autograph Book your kids can use to get autographs from the characters.
One of the highlights for kids visiting any of the Disney Parks is meeting the Disney characters at the character greetings. It’s so wonderful to see the joy on your child’s face when they get to meet Mickey, Minnie or their favorite princess or villain. It’s the magic of Disney. Oh heck, meeting the characters is one of my favorite Disney Must-Do’s too! It’s fun to be a kid at heart.
Before you leave, you’ll want to make this easy Disney Autograph Book for them so they can collect the autographs of their favorite Disney Characters. While they do have autograph books readily available to purchase in the parks, save yourself some money and make your own ahead of time.
Here’s What You Need To Make Your Own Disney Autograph Book
5 x 7 Composition Book
Mickey and Friends Washi Tape
Premium Chalkboard Labels
White Liquid Chalk Marker Pen
Disney Self-Adhesive Embellishments
Begin by purchasing a composition book. They are inexpensive and since back to school sales are going on now, you can probably get one dirt cheap. I also found this really cool Disney Washi tape to use.
Simply affix Washi tape horizontally on the front around to the back.
This is a fun project for the kids to do themselves. It’s super simple and can be personalized to their taste.
I had some chalkboard labels left over from another project so I wrote “Autographs” on one with a chalk marker.
The label added the perfect finishing touch. My freehand Mickey’s didn’t turn out too bad either.
Disney Autograph Books are a wonderful keepsake for your Disney vacation. We still have the autograph books that my kids used when they were younger. You can save yourself some money and make your own Disney Autograph Book at home before you leave. I have so many cherished memories of my kids meeting the characters when they were younger. That’s the magic of Disney – viewing the world through the eyes of a child. Unless you are a kid at heart – like me….which is OK too!
Have a Disney Day!
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I made my kids Disney autograph book using a small artists’ sketch book from Hobby Lobby. The scrapbook section had plenty of Disney themed stickers for the cover and I also used stickers that I found in the clearance area of the store. To make the memories more vivid, we had characters sign so that the page above their signature was left blank with room for a 4×6 photo. It’s like having an autographed photo book. I also save the stickers that come with the Disney movie offers we receive by mail to decorate inside the autograph book.