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Disney Princess Autograph Book Printable
June 14, 2016
Author: Kimberly Fidler

There are few experiences more magical to a little girl than meeting a Disney Princess. I can still remember the look on my daughter's face when she was introduced to Rapunzel at Disneyland. They embraced in the tightest, sweetest hug and my little girl was completely overcome with wonder and excitement. The picture I have from that moment is an absolute treasure. In that moment, the beautiful Rapunzel was real. She was there. And we got her autograph to prove it!

Collecting autographs from the Disney characters is a wonderful Disneyland vacation tradition. Of course they sell autograph books at the parks, but we thought it would be fun to make a printable DIY option to share with our readers! I hope you have fun making your own Disney Princess Autograph Book (with a free printable), and an even better time getting it filled with royal signatures!  
To start, download the free Disney Princess Autograph Book Printable here:
Print the template onto an 11x17 inch paper. You may have to visit the local print store to do this. It cost me less than a dollar!

Then, fold the paper in half three separate times. Make the first fold in the center of the paper with the images on the outside.

Make sure to crease the edges well after each fold to ensure they stay down and in the right place. 

The second fold changes directions. Fold it like the image below, with the cover of the book on top.

Crease the edges. Then, do a third fold along the center of the book keeping the cover on top.

Crease the edges. Unfold the book two times so you are back to the step when the book had just been folded once. Then, cut along the center of the book, under the book cover and on top of the page with the images of Sofia and Tinkerbell. As a head's up, you will be cutting between the Frozen page and the Cinderella page on the back.


Then, open the book so it is folded lengthwise along the center and stand it up on the table.

Pull the corners opposite corners of the diamond shape together to form the book. You will have to re-crease some of the edges to make them go the right direction and then... your Disney Princess autograph book is finished!


Your little Disney Princess Autograph Book has eight total pages--including the cover. The spot on the back page is generic for any Disney Character to sign. The rest of the pages are specific to the most popular Disney Princesses at the parks. Have fun meeting them all and getting their special royal autographs.
The inside of the book will look like this when it is finished:

We hope you have fun filling in your Disney Princess Autograph Book at the Happiest Place on Earth! There truly is nothing like meeting the real life princess you love so much and saving money while you do it! 


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Hi Judy, Your other children might like these https://www.getawaytoday.com/blogs/2016-05-12/disneyland-vacation-journal-free-printable They are such a fun way to preserve your vacation memories for each child. :)

I would like two for my 6 & 9 year olds. What do have for two year olds, girls and a 8 year old boy?

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