We’ve done the autograph books, a pillow case and the Disney junior encyclopedia. We are headed back in May with our DS 4.5 who loves meeting characters. Any new suggestions?
I’ve done a picture frame mat a few times.
We also have done a baseball cap.
Hoping to do canvas tennis shoes sometime.
I like the idea of shoes for her to wear later. I wonder if there would be enough space though she is only a child’s 9
I used PFD fabric (prepared for dyeing) and fabric markers to collect autographs. It helps to mark squares on the fabric so they stay within a certain area. You can cut it into smaller pieces or just have one large piece of fabric.
My absolute favorite was I found jumbo Christmas ornaments (6-8") and had characters sign them. One we took to all of the KidCOT stations and had the CMs there write a Christmas greeting in their native tongue. Most claimed they had never done this before. The other one we had Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy, Pluto, Chip & Dale sign. I want to do another for princesses in the future.
That is a neat idea. Were they clear or a color? What type of marker did you use?
Mine were a matte finish colored ball that we got from Kmart. I used a silver sharpie.
I think there would be. The characters seem really good at using space effectively.
That is amazing!!
A picture frame would work too.
What an awesome quilt!
My wife would buy 8.5 x 11" blank books from a teacher’s supply store. The kids would decorate the covers before the trip or after it was a surprise trip. We’d have the characters autograph a page then add photos after the trip. The kids were are in their 20s now and still ask my wife to buy them for every trip.
That quilt is awesome.
We took pictures from our previous trip ( 4 X 6 printout) and had each character sign right on the pictures. Then we put them in a larger frame. It was a nice distraction to, looking through our printed pictures each time trying to find the right characters.