Disney Autograph Book

Today, I am sharing a Disney-themed autograph book. The idea behind this project was to create a mini book that could easily be disassembled and the already matted autographs could be added to a traditional scrapbook page. The pages of the book are 4″x6″ white cardstock photo mats layered onto colored cardstock mats and then layered onto black cardstock. Once I unbind the book, I can trim off the binding holes on the black cardstock and I will have a perfectly matted autograph that is ready to be adhered into my scrapbook. I prefer using 4″x6″ photos in my layouts and I almost always double mat them; so I stuck to the same dimensions for the autograph mats in order to keep my layouts cohesive. The top and bottom covers were made from medium-weight chipboard, covered and decorated. I kept this book fairly simple as my whole goal is to de-construct it after my trip. I used the Mickey and Friends Cricut cartridge to create the Mickey Mouse head and Disney logo for the front cover and I used the font from the Robotz Cricut cartridge to spell out the title. This was my first time using that font and I have to say…it looks a lot cuter in person than it does in the handbook. I can definitely see myself using this font a lot more often. All the cuts are popped up on foam for extra dimension.

The inside covers are matted and lined with designer paper.
   I used five different colors for the autograph mats. 
Products used:
Cricut cartridges: Mickey and Friends and Robotz
Fiskars Border Punch – Threading Water
Paper: EK Success Disney Paper Pad – Mickey and Recollections cardstock

20 thoughts on “Disney Autograph Book”

  1. very cute, I made 3 auto graph books for our recent trip. I plan on taking mine apart and scanning the auto graphs. I am in the process of making the rest of my characters. I just one the pixar one from ebay it was the last one I needed. I can't wait to see your scrapbook, your such an inspiration. If you get the chance check out downtown disney and try to find that scrapbook store. I wished I could of found it. Enjoy your trip, I can't wait to see the photos.
    pookie

  2. What a fun album! I really like that font you've used. I don't think I've seen the Robotz font on anything before. Perfect choice!
    Have a FANTASTIC holiday!
    Thanks so much for playing along with us at FCCB this week!
    Kate
    Small Bits of Paper

  3. Faith Abigail… you are AMAZING! I absolutely love this idea and it turned out so super cute. Great job with the challenge. Thanks for joining in the fun with us this week at FCCB!

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