autograph books-????

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  1. worm761

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    i want to try to make autograph books for the kids. any suggestions on how i can do this? thank you
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    Go to the local craft store (such as Michaels or something) and pick up a small 4x6 size scrap book or photo album. Also make sure you get a "Sharpie brand" marker. They sell a real big fat one that works great for the charecters. I have only seen the real big ones in black but the smaller/regular version comes in many colors now.

    I attached the marker to the book with about 12 inches of ribbon. It prevented the pen from getting lost, yet had enough 'give" for the charecters to use.

    i like theses pen cause if the page gets a little wet they are less likely to smear and also won't fade. I set up the book before handing it to the charecter so they are signing a the right hand page i usually skip a page between signatures so i have a page where i can put a picture of DD with the charecter or as what usually happens a post card of the charecter if DD won't get that close for a picture. It is a great way to start a memory album!
     
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    Hi, Worm761! :) In order to get more ideas for how to make your autograph book, I transfered this post over to the Recipes and Scrapbook board. To view further replies, click here.

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