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Today I’m going to show you just how I used chipboard to create a Disney inspired autograph book for our Disney trip next week! We’re so excited and this is an easy project, thanks to the chipboard, with a FREE PRINT for all of you at the end to make your own autograph book
To start, I printed out my FREE PRINTABLE AUTOGRAPH BOOK and using my paper cutter to cut it up. They are 5×7 pages and there are 24 total.
After it was cut up, I started working on my chipboard next…I used my paper cutter to create a simple backing page for each of my 5×7 signature pages so that it looked more like a book and held up better.
Each page was designed about a half inch bigger than the autograph page, as well as with little slits in all the corners so I could slip the pages into the corners of the booklet if we wanted to. Once or IF they were signed, I figured I’d bring them home and laminate them for my son (yes, I have a laminator) 🙂
After that, you just assemble your pages accordingly, hole punch the pages, I laminated the cover and back pages, used binder clips to bing them and tada! You have a homemade autograph book…that saves you like $25 right there not having to buy one at Disney.
So does anyone else see a Disney autograph book in their near future?