DIY|Disneyland Autograph Books

More Disney fun-

So I made my three older kids autograph books to take to Disneyland. I used the Cricut Cartridge Disney- “Mickey and Friends” to cut out everything I needed. So today lets talke DIY|Disneyland Autograph Books. IΒ found the clasp rings at Office Max, and I got the tops and the bottoms of the autograph books laminated. I thought adding Mickey’s hand/glove to the cover was cute because they are after all, autograph books. I then cut out each kids initial from the Cricut Cartridge Platinum Schoolbook to add on top of the hand/gloves. This project was pretty darn easy.

I used my top cover as a guide to mark the other pages, to whole punch them in the right spot.

… and these are the backs of them. I made Ryker’s (middle) smaller with less paper. He is 3 and I am not sure he will care that much, will see.

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  1. Well you know Mr. Mouse is very special at our house since he employs my youngest. We love all things Disney and these are darling! I love that ribbon, so cute!

  2. Adorable! Those autograph books that they sell at DL are SO expensive. Making them before hand is a great idea! πŸ™‚

  3. I just found these on Pinterest – I love them! We’re headed to Disney next month, so I definitely need to put something like these together for my kids! πŸ™‚

  4. These are so cute!

  5. These are ADORABLE!!! Any kid would be lucky to have one to get characters autographs!

    Great job!

  6. They turned out super cute! You guys are going to have SO MUCH FUN!

  7. Such fun Disney projects you’ve been working on!!!! Great memories!

  8. Super cute idea. These are so much cuter than the autograph books you pay and arm and leg for at the park too. Hope the kiddos get them filled up too.

  9. Once again…adding these to my Disney board on Pinterest…LOVE all these great another poster said, they charge a small FORTUNE for autograph book at Disney…this is a great idea to make and bring ahead of time πŸ™‚

  10. Awesome! We are going to Disney for the first time as a family this May! Much deserved- celebrating 13 years! Thanks for sharing can’t wait to make these! The kids will love them – o & me!!!

  11. You are simply genius. These are so fun and so cute!! Thanks for your inspiration. Always looking forward to reading your posts πŸ™‚

    I featured your Autograph Books on my blog, feel free to come check it out:

  12. These autograph books are SO adorable! Did you find that the characters were easily able to sign them? I worry that they are a little small…

  13.' Anonymous says:

    I totally fell in love when I saw these! I made one for my son for our trip to Disneyland. After showing my friends, they, too, fell in love with it. After May, I will have already made 8 autographs books altogether. I’ve been getting a lot of requests =) A little twist I did was I added Minnie’s bow for the girls.

  14. We’re getting ready to go this Christmas. Did your 3 year old get into the autographs?

    • Hi Loraine,

      How fun, what a special time of year to go. You know, my kids I think got 3-4 autographs total, we were having to much fun and it all spaced our minds. GAH! Guess we need to go again. Thanks, jen

  15. I have the Cricut Mickey and Friends but can not figure out how to make the Mickey hands.
    Can you email me with instructions?

    Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.

    • Kathi,

      Its just his hand cut out from the cricut and glued onto the circle. Really no instructions, if you have the cartridge. Good luck. Thanks, jen

  16. Do you know what size you used on the dial. I have the old school cricut and it will only cut to a size 5. I am worried that these may be too small for the characters to sign.

    • Hi Sarah,

      I used the old school Cricut too. I don’t remember the size, but they were much bigger then all my kids hands. I’m guessing 6 inch by maybe 6 inch maybe a bit bigger. They were perfect for autographs. Good luck. jen

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