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Disney Autograph Book Free Printable

Just a few years ago I wrote the most popular post on this site, the DIY Disney Autograph Book. Everyone loved it, but not everyone wanted to make it. That’s understandable. It took a long time. Today, I have the printable autograph book for you to download and take on your magical Disney adventure! I hope you enjoy it as much as we have over the years.

Disney Autograph Book Printable

There are more than 100 characters represented on the pages plus a few pages at the end for extra signatures. I’ve included pages for every kind of character from Disney Classics, Disney Princesses, Disney Villains, Disney Junior and the more recent Disney movies. There are even pages for Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Not every character meets every day. Some are regulars and some are rare. Whether your family just wants to meet the big guys or loves to find the rare character, this book will have you covered.

We started using these books when my kids were just 3, 2 and 12 weeks old. They were awesome in preparing the kids for our trip and for helping them learn who the characters are and get excited when they saw them. Since that first trip almost 7 years ago we have gathered almost 100 character autographs and still have a fairly long list of love to meet characters.

Pluto Meet

This printable is formatted to be printed on letter size paper and will work at this size in any binder. We cut the book down and bind it at Staples (or any office printing store) for the parks. It makes the flipping really easy and fits nicely in a backpack or thrown in the bottom of the stroller. You will notice an open area at the top and bottom of the page when you print. The area at the top is for top binding. We have the books cut to 9 inches long for the trip so the area at the bottom is cut off.

I suggest printing on cardstock so you have a more durable book and the sharpies don’t bleed through to the next page. The Disney characters with fur have trouble with pens and sign with the fat sharpies. We have the books bound with a clear cover and the thickest plastic back. This protects the books. It costs about $10 plus the cost of printing, which I do at home.

Disney Autograph Book Printable

If you choose to make 8×8 scrapbooks from the pages, you will simply cut the remaining space off the pages, which leaves you with a nice edge. The edges of any book can get a little worn in the parks as you can see in the above photo. Here’s a page my almost 4-year-old made in 2010. We still flip through these all the time. The pages are so much fun to make and can be done one at a time, adding stickers and photos.

Printable Disney Autograph Book

My kids absolutely love these books and the characters always get a kick out of them and chat the kids up about their special pages. All the kids in line love looking through these special Disney Autograph books as well. They are a big improvement over the small blank page books they sell at the parks, in my opinion.

Disney Stepsisters Meet

A huge part of the Disney magic is in the characters we know and love. These autograph books just help bring a little extra magic!

Tinkerbell Meet

I should show you at least one of the princesses, right? Even I love to meet them and get my picture with the characters from my childhood.

Snow White Meet

Without further ado, please enjoy this Free Printable Disney Autograph Book.

Please feel free to ask me any questions in the comments. Please share with your friends and fellow Disney lovers! I hope you enjoy this as much as we do. I am planning on making some half letter size books as well.

Heber Valley Makes Everyone Happy

Planning family travel isn’t always easy. Yes, we are related. No, we don’t like all the same things. Yes, we all want to travel. What is one mom to do? Well, families who want to travel together and find a huge range of activities, cuisine and culture throughout the year might just find a winner in Heber Valley, Utah. We all know I love Utah!

I’m excited to partner with Heber Valley because I think I found a place we can all agree on and it turns out my husband has had this valley and a little family skiing on his bucket list for a very long time.

Family Vacation Utah Heber Valley

We all know the Park City area is a winter wonderland, known for its fabulous skiing and other snow activities. I’m looking for a place that can wow year round. Can Heber Valley meet the challenge?

The Family Travel Challenge

Can one place really make everyone happy?

The challenge – find a place that we could go any time of year and find at least one activity that everyone will love.

Ages and Adventure Travel Preferences:

Please note that we all prefer gorgeous natural places that have a personality of their own. Ross and I both agree that evening childcare is just a fantastic bonus.

  • Ross (40) – Great Food, golf, tennis, sailing, skiing, water sports, hiking, biking, great hotels
  • Brittany (38) – Hiking, sailing, water sports, spa, wine and cheese, biking, zip lining and other high up activities, great hotels
  • Sophia (9) – Swimming and any water sport, zip lining, ropes courses, sailing, dessert, hiking, biking, tennis, hitting golf balls
  • Miles (8) – Swimming and any water sport, rock scrambling, zip lining, ropes courses, trains, biking, hiking, dessert, tennis, hitting golf balls
  • Violet (6) – Swimming, sailing, trains, dessert, hiking, fancy dinners where you dress up, places for her stuffies to sleep

As you can see, we all like versions of the same things, but in varying orders and intensities. We also have Violet, our fancy little one who can be quite picky about things. We would all love to ski, but I have not been skiing in 20 years and the kids got frostbite the first time they went, so I couldn’t really add it to our lists of existing loves. Skiing as a family is a high priority for us going forward.

Is Heber Valley Great for Families?

If you refer to our lists above, Heber Valley has everything a family could want in an outdoor adventure vacation coupled with fantastic resorts and amenities that make everyone happy. Their website is a fantastic resource for the hundreds of things to do in Heber Valley and is extremely well organized. Actually, it has everything we want and more plus it’s got Solitude and Deer Valley, two places with fantastic ski schools for the whole family.

I threw together a little collage of just a few of the things we will do when we visit Heber!

Heber Valley Four Seasons

We can adventure in the day and relax at night no matter what time of year we visit. As we just returned from Spring Break in Utah, our next trip out west will be in search of snow, but I will have Heber Valley on our list for future summer vacations as well. It can be snowing well into March and even the beginning of April, so plan accordingly for which season you want to experience!

A Little Luxury in Heber Valley

Believe me, we love travel and road trips and the roadside hotels that come with them, but sometimes we want a little luxury. Researching Heber Valley, there a couple places I want to arrive in and unpack. There are many options for accommodations, but I’m leaning strongly towards 3 places or maybe a mix and match of all 3.

1. The Zermatt Resort

I’m pretty sure, based on the photos and reviews, that we will have a spectacularly wonderful time enjoying the full swiss themed resort, the pools, the cuisine and of course, the shuffleboard and mini golf. Isn’t it pretty?

Heber Valley Resort Zermatt

2. The Homestead Resort & Crater

Across the street from Zermatt one will find the Homestead Resort. This is the home of a geothermal spring known as “The Crater” in a 55-foot tall, beehive-shaped limestone rock. You can explore on foot, take a dip, snorkel and even learn to scuba!

Homestead Crater Hot Spring Utah

You can book packages to The Crater with or without a stay in the hotel, but it is simply lovely.

Homestead Resort Utah

3. Deer Valley Resort

My husband has been talking about taking the kids to this area to learn to ski for at least 5 years. We won’t miss the opportunity to spend a couple days at Deer Valley as we have heard fantastic things about the resort, the people and the mountains. The kids do want to learn to snowboard, and this is not allowed here, but the care for families is bar none according to everyone. It is consistently ranked one of the best ski resorts for families. The ski instructors are fantastic, the trails are kept clean and are perfect for learning and advancing. Basically, Deer Valley is gorgeous with an enormous number of trails and it is easy and fun for families. There are hotels, condominiums and houses available for your stay. They are all beautiful, but my favorite based on looks is certainly The Grand Lodge.

Grand Lodge at Deer Valley

I think it is fair to say that a family could hit Heber Valley any time of year and have a fantastic adventure vacation full of memories that will last a lifetime.

You can check out a ton of information on the Heber Valley Tourism Website.

You can also follow Heber Valley on Twitter and on Facebook.

Disclosure: This post is brought to you by the lovely people at Heber Valley Tourism Group. All opinions and of course my love for Utah, are all my own. Photos provided by Heber Valley and resort sites.