DIY Autograph Books for Disney World
Other times, like this one, I just want something special and different. Autograph books for Walt Disney World.
I just wanted something personalized, small enough for their little hands, and inexpensive. I didn’t want them to have the very same, kind of cheap feeling, one that everyone else had. I wanted a lot of pages, strong pages that wouldn’t bleed through. I searched for a couple days online and finally settled on these.
I ordered them through Dick Blick Art Materials. They are a simple 6″ x 4″ sketchbook. It comes in black and kraft. They were $5.13 each. I got some stickers and scrapbooking notions from Michaels and, well, all done…
I really love them. The kids will further personalize them as a craft on the plane with some stickers. When we come home I’ll get some photos printed and stick them in there. There’s even enough pages for me to make some notes for them about the special things they saw and did on their trip. And of course a special love note on the inside back cover from mama to each of them.
I also got them each a clickable sharpie in their favorite colors. They are big enough for the characters to hold and will show up really well on the pages.
So it wasn’t like a real craft, really? But I made it for them, and that’s what matters to me.
Seriously? SO excited.