Amazing Disney Autograph Collection Ideas You’ll Love
Now that character meet-and-greets are back, that means Disney autographs are back too! Here are some fun ideas to start your own autograph collection.
Disney Autograph Books
The most traditional way to collect autographs is an autograph book. WDW just released this 50th Anniversary book, a perfect souvenir for this magical celebration!
You can find this autograph keepsake at Creations Shop, which recently opened at EPCOT for $14.99.
Here’s another great option of a princess themed memory book available on www.shopdisney.com
Photo Frame Mat
Find a photo frame with a wider mat. That way there is room for all your Disney autographs. I like to take the mat out of the frame and put it on a clipboard, so it doesn’t get damaged.
This is a great option to actually display your autograph collection. Showcase your favorite photo of the trip when you get home!
This book is FULL of all your favorite characters! It’s a popular option and the characters often already know what page to turn to.
Click here to see this on Amazon.
Hats or Mickey Ears
Disney characters will sign just about anything, as long as you are NOT wearing it! That makes a hat or Mickey ears another great option to collect Disney autographs!
Don’t forget, you can collect Disney character autographs on Disney Cruises too!
If you’re feeling really creative, you can find simple ornaments that characters can sign. There’s no better way to make your Christmas EXTRA Magical than lots of Disney ornaments hanging on your tree!
You can paint/decorate one side and have characters sign the other. They also won’t take up too much space in your luggage. I found these listed on Amazon.
Other Tips for Disney Autographs
The retractable Sharpies are easy for the characters to use. They make your collection extra colorful too!
Bring a silver or white marker for dark colored items, like Mickey ears.
Have your item out and marker ready to go, when it’s your turn.