Print a FREE printable Disney autograph book for your next Disney vacation! Your kids will LOVE having this book for their favorite Disney characters sign, and you’ll love the free price tag.
There’s just something about a trip to Disneyland that brings out the giddy inner child in me. Witnessing my kids meet their favorite characters in real life for the first time is such a magical moment!
I created a FREE printable Disney autograph book to make those moments even more special!
With five kiddos, a Disney trip can get expensive very quickly. Making our own Disney autograph books is a great way to help cut the cost of our trip.
Keep reading to see how easy it is to make your own Disney character autograph book!
I’ve designed each page in this Disney character autograph book to be 4″ x 6.”
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DIY Disney Autograph Book
- Free printable autograph book for GIRL or BOY
- Paper cutter or scissors
- Hole punch and metal ring clips, Cinch Machine, or an inexpensive photo book (all optional– keep reading for binding ideas)
Printing the autograph book pages
Print out the Disney autograph pages below. You can do this at home or at a copy store.
Autograph Book Pages for a GIRL
Autograph Book Pages for a BOY
There are 2- 4 x 6″ sheets per page. Cut out each page with a paper cutter or scissors.
How to bind your Disney autograph book
You have a couple different options when it comes to binding your book. Here are a few different methods and the advantages and disadvantages of each one-
Hole punch and metal ring clips
This method is the simplest and cheapest of them all. Use a hole punch to punch a hole or two in your book pages, then place a metal ring through each hole and close to bind. Simple!
This method is very easy, but isn’t quite as durable as the other methods. It might work perfectly for you though if you want the book for something for your kids to do at Disneyland or Disney World, but aren’t as worried about the book lasting for years.
Dollar Store photo book
This next method is pretty simple and inexpenive too. Simply head to your local dollar store and pick up a small 4 x 6″ photo album. Place each cut autograph book page inside the album pages to make your book.
The big disadvantage to this method is that you’ll have to pull out each page for a character to sign it, then put it back inthe book sleeves. You also won’t be able to have the pretty cover on it, but it is cheap and easy.
Bind your book
This is my favorite method for making your own DIY Disney autograph book, and the method that I chose to use!
You can take your autograph book to Office Depot, Staples, or Kinkos, and have them bind it for you. It will only cost a couple bucks and looks great!
The book looks a bit more professional this way, will stay together very well, and is more durable than the other methods.
Bind the book yourself!
I chose to bind my own book using my Cinch Machine. The Cinch is a really cool book binding machine that I’ve had for a few years now.
The Cinch punches the holes in your books, then binds them together for you in seconds. It’s a pretty cool machine!!
I used one long metal piece to make our two Disney autograph books.
I hope you enjoyed this fun tutorial. Now you can make your own Disney autograph book for your next Disney trip!
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