I have so many requests for my Disney fonts list from people wanting to make their own incredible DIY Disney Autograph Book that I thought I would put together a list for you. You can see how the fonts look and when you click on the image you will be taken to the site to download the font.
Please note that these are all free fonts. Some Disney movies use paid fonts. Mary Poppins is one example of this. In those cases I have found the font that matches the size, style and spirit of the actual font. In some cases I have provided two options. I show you the fonts in black and white, but they really come to life when you add the color schemes present in the movie or matching the font in the movie. A perfect example is Toy Story. Use your font formatting to give the words the yellow inside and navy blue outside. If you want to go the extra mile, angle the letters individually to match the movie title.
For the Princess and Tinkerbell fonts I like to use WordArt (Microsoft Word or PowerPoint) or Photoshop to make the font look shimmery. Gold looks fantastic this way.
Don’t worry about getting them all perfect. The most important thing is to have fun!
I hope these fonts help you create a memory book to cherish forever. Please let me know if you have any questions at all. I would love to see what you do with the fonts. Shoot me a note with your finished book!
Let me know if you have any fonts you want me to search for or that you know of so I can add them. The more complete this list is, the better.
Hi, I’m Brittany. Let’s talk about our hopes, dreams and ideas for our world. Let’s talk travel, because this Earth is a beautiful place to explore. Let’s dish on design, DIY projects and organization for our homes. Let’s celebrate living, loving, learning and laughing.