Use an exacto knife to cut along the front cover and first page of the book. Repeat with the back cover and last page of the book. Gently pull the covers apart and take the pages out. Use the exacto knife to score and cut through the middle of the book spleen. Trip off any scraps if needed.
Use wire cutters to cut off the staples as close to the cove as possible.
Use your crop-a-dile to measure and place holes through the top and bottom of both book covers. Then measure and punch holes into the cardstock that line up with the holes you put through the covers. Place binder rings through both sets of holes to hold the book together.
Double knot ribbon pieces around both binder clips and use a lighter to seal the ends from fraying. Embellish the ribbon with Olaf buttons from the button pack. Take the Olaf pieces without button backings and use E6000 to glue them over the illustration of Olaf on the front cover.
When I showed Delilah her book she exclaimed ‘Mommy it’s so pretty!’ and I knew I had her approval. I still haven’t been able to get the Meet Anna and Elsa fastpasses for our vacation but I am not giving up. Monday night I looked for fast passes for our Tuesday Disney trip and they had one fast pass for Anna and Elsa available but it was for 10-11pm and I knew we would be leaving around 6pm.
Mike and I thought the boys might be getting too old for autograph books but when I asked them Mason, our five year old, seemed quite angry that I had considered not making him one. I have been looking for a Golden Book that he would like to use as an autograph book but no luck yet!
Out of all of the Disney characters who is YOUR favorite? Mine would have to be Minnie Mouse followed by Snow White.
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