10+ DIY Disney Autograph Book Ideas

We’re so excited for our upcoming Disney Social Media Moms trip! Just 22 more days!! That means I have lots of list-making, creating, and packing to do! One of the things we’ll definitely be bringing with us are some DIY Disney autograph books! I made some simple autograph books for the boys to take on our Cars Land trip last summer and they were a HUGE hit! I wasn’t sure that they would be “into” it (especially Little Brother who was just over 2 at the time). But, they both loved it. Big Brother (just over 5) wanted to get the autograph of every character we saw! Disney AutographsSo, we will definitely be bringing autograph books again. The question now is just whether or not to bring the ones from before or get totally new books. There are so many fun DIY autograph book ideas out there, so I rounded up a few of my favorites! Here are 10+ DIY Disney autograph book ideas: DIY Disney Autograph Books

  1. Spiral bound Mickey head cover
  2. Mickey head-shaped books
  3. Spiral bound princess album
  4. Character cover, ring bound books
  5. Notepad books with vinyl
  6. Washi tape covered autograph book
  7. Disney World book
  8. Spiral bound, cover with child’s name
  9. Kid created books with stickers
  10. Scrapbook style book & pages
  11. Books made with clearance photo albums

What is YOUR favorite book style to get character autographs in?

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Walt Disney World Lodging

This post with extensive information about Walt Disney World Lodging options is now located at OCMentor.  I look forward to seeing you there.

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Limited Time Magic at Disney Parks: Interview with Annika Chase @Disneyland #LimitedTimeMagic

Throughout 2013, guests of Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort will enjoy Limited Time Magic…unexpected surprises that will delight adults and children alike. Whether the Limited Time Magic is a form of new entertainment or special events, these magical experiences will pop up and disappear soon so be sure you enjoy the Limited Time Magic at Disney Parks while it lasts.

I had the chance to with MomTV to talk with Annika Chase from the Disneyland Resort to learn more about Limited Time Magic and how it all came to be. It was one of those interviews that just increased the love and appreciation I already have for everything Disney.

Don’t we all love how focused Disney is on making sure guests build magical experiences with their families?  That’s what I love about Limited Time Magic…families do not have to wait for the holidays, Halloween, or other special times of the year to enjoy these magical experiences.  Limited Time Magic at Disney Parks allows families more opportunities for special experiences regardless of when they visit Disneyland or Disney World.

Be sure you visit the Disney Parks Blog to learn about the latest Limited Time Magic Experiences and visit MomTV to keep up to date with all of the Disney fun!

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