If you want to branch out from the traditional autograph books on your next Disney trip, here are 11 creative items to have Disney characters sign.
Have the characters sign wooden letters from the craft store and then hang them on the wall to decorate a room. Tiffany spelled the word Dream in her daughter’s room.
Rachel had the characters sign a chef’s hat and apron since her daughter loves to help in the kitchen.
Jesly had the characters sign photo mats and then she framed them along with their favorite pictures from their trip.
Nicholasa had the characters sign quilt squares that she will sew into a quilt.
Janet had the characters sign a pair of shoes that she can now wear to relive the Disney magic.
Theresa had Rapunzel and Flynn sign a cast iron skillet with a silver Sharpie.
Sarah printed off autograph cards and later put them in a photo book along with a picture of her child with the character.
Stephanie’s mom made this customized tote bag that the characters signed in honor of her 5 year old’s birthday.
Jill had the characters sign their Sorcerer of the Magic Kingdom cards.
Laura had Ariel sign an extra large dingle hopper. For size reference, the painting is an 8×10.
We had the characters sign a pillowcase with fabric markers. It has lasted us over 3 years!
What creative items have you had the characters sign?