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  • On Jun 4, 2013
    Araceli Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    I am planning to make a autograph book for my step niece, and found this beautiful paper that I want to use. However the size of the paper is 12 x 12 and I feel bad cutting it. My question is there a size requirement for autograph books?

    Araceli, you sound like a fabulous aunt who gives presents that are way better than gum!

    I am unaware of a size requirement for autograph books. I've heard Mickey, Minnie, and other Disney friends will sign t-shirts, loose sheets of paper, hats, or almost anything guests present. A 12 x 12 size object, however, might be a bit awkward to tote around the parks. Perhaps a little too big and heavy to carry comfortably on rides or in a backpack or bag, you might want to consider using different paper to form a smaller book. Perhaps you could create a scrapbook with the beautiful paper that the two of you could work on together after the trip. Either with a large or small autograph book, your niece will have no problem collecting signatures from the characters.  
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