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DIY Disney Autograph Books

First I want to thank Carrie for having me today! My name is Kim and I blog over at seven thirty three, a blog full of kids crafts, free printables and my exploits in crafting.  I sure would love for you to stop by, check out some of my tutorials and printables and say hello!
You can also follow along on Facebook, where I love chatting, asking questions and promoting a fun and creative atmosphere!
Today I’m here to share with you the DIY Autograph books I created for our Disney trip last October and they only cost me $2.60 each! They worked PERFECTLY and when we got home I was able to take them apart and place the signed card into an album next to a picture of the character with my children – great momento!


I picked up index cards, book rings and Sharpies at Staples.

I then created the covers on the computer and printed them out – they were sized to 3×5.

I also printed off some clip art of my kids favorite Disney characters onto label paper to use as stickers on the index cards.



I divided the cards up – I used 60 per book.  And then used my hole punch to punch two holes in the left hand side of the cards.  


I used my laminating machine to laminate the covers and then punched holes in those as well.


Grab your book rings and assemble your books.

Embellish inside pages as desired, tie on your Sharpie and you’re done!


Here is my son’s:

My youngest daughter’s:

And my oldest daughter’s (I found this gorgeous of Ariel online and HAD to use it):

And here are the back covers:

Easy peasy, cute and perfect for our needs!

Thanks again Carrie. Hope you are having a blast!

Happy Creating! ~Kim


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Kim is a Marketing Director by day and Crafter/Blogger/Blog Designer
by night. She lives with her husband, three beautiful children, and shih-tzu, Mushu. You can also visit her design site, seven thirty three –
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  1. I love this idea! So much cuter (and cheaper) than buying the ones there. Pinned to my Disney board.

  2. These are so adorable! Great idea! What program did you use for the covers?

  3. These are so adorable! Where did you find the picture? I am going to disneyworld in 2 weeks. This really helped alot

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