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Disneyland THIS WEEK! We are so excited to be attending the Disney Social Media Moms Celebration this year. The boys have been busy planning their time at the parks (P even has a “to do list” going).

DIY Disney Autograph Books

They both wanted a new autograph book and we talked about just bringing 4″x6″ cards so we could use them afterwords for artwork or to slip into my Project Life album. We decided that would be too hard to have the characters sign and keep track of so together we made these!

They are 4″x7″ so that one inch on the left can be trimmed off to a 4″x6″ size if wanted! The pictures on the front they chose from the Annual Passholder calendar from this year (sorry no downloads on those) but you can use any photo you want!

DIY Disney Autograph Books

I have the front image adhered to chipboard with scrapbook paper to the inside and on the white foam board on the back (for a more sturdy signing surface). I applied a coat or two of Mod Podge over both sides of the front and back covers.

DIY Disney Autograph Books

It’s easiest to create a template for the holes (just punch holes in a piece of cardboard or chipboard where you want them and use it to punch the rest of the holes). I trimmed out 4″x7″ cards from plain cardstock (just a pack from Target or Walmart).

DIY Disney Autograph Books

That’s it! We’ll attach a Sharpie to each one with ribbon/string on the bottom ring to hopefully prevent us from losing it. I’ll have to share it once it’s completed!


Allison Waken is the founder, writer, photographer, and content creator of All for the Memories and All for the Boys.

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