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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Sign Here

Almost as soon as my son could walk we got annual passes to Disneyland. I grew up going to that magical place A LOT, and I wanted to create some of the same memories for my son. Since I keep scrapbooking in mind when I do nearly everything in life, I wanted to create a fun way to keep track of the characters he met on his many visits to come. I snagged this free Disney Autograph Book step-by-step instruction sheet while cruising through Michael's Craft Store one day, so I decided to give it a go! I made a few modifications because I didn't own all of the cartridges needed, but I like how it turned out anyhow!

Mickey Mouse head created using Mickey & Friends Cricut Cartridge

Disney created using Mickey & Friends Cricut Cartridge

Star created using George & Basic Shapes

If you are interested in purchasing an Autograph book, please contact me at sandiegocoley@yahoo.com Modifications can be made, such as using your child's name instead of the word "Disney."


  1. I love this idea Nicole. Each trip we take to Disney, the kids get a new autograph book. Last time, we took a photo mat to have the characters sign, and we did a character meal so we have a great memory with a fun family photo too. I think I just might have to use this one for our next visit.

  2. The photo mat is a GREAT idea Nicole! I'd love to see a picture of that...I think for Brody's birthday this year we're going to do a character breakfast!!!

  3. It was a hit and each of the characters took their time signing, most with extra flourishes to add a touch to it. I'll take a picture of it and send it your way. We only had it at the breakfast though because it was tough to carry around the park all day.