DIY Disney Autograph Book
Who doesn’t love a DIY Disney Autograph Book?! Well, are you feeling stressed about all the expensive-ness that comes with visiting Disney parks? Fear not, fret not! Instead of hitting the Disney store once you’re at the theme park, DIY a few items before you head off. Start by making your very own Disney Autograph book. Trust me! You’ll love making these with your kids and putting together your Autograph Book and free printables in order of your favorite Disney characters. Then when you’re on your Disney vacation, you and the kids can get character autographs – Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Snow White – you name it, all of the character signatures!
You don’t need much to make this Disney Autograph Book. Plus, your kiddos will be so excited to use something they made themselves. Today I’m going to show you just how I used chipboard to create a Disney 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.
DIY Disney Autograph Book with Free Prints
What you’ll need:
To start, I printed out my FREE PRINTABLE AUTOGRAPH BOOK. Then, I used my paper cutter to cut it up. They are 5×7 blank 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 cardstock 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) :). When you’re on your Disney world trip – don’t forget a sharpie for signatures!
After that, you just assemble your pages accordingly and hole punch the pages. I laminated the front and back cover 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 the Disney store. Plus, you can customize this official autograph book however you may choose. I’ve seen some people make a photo album, while others made it into a scrapbook as their very own personalized Disney keepsake.
So does anyone else see a Disney autograph book in their near future? Forget Etsy and Amazon when you can do it yourself! Seriously, this is the perfect DIY photo book/autograph book. Especially if you’re wanting to get all of the cast members’ signatures. Don’t forget the cast of Star Wars and Toy Story too! 🙂