Do any of you still collect autographs? We didn't prepare during our trip and asked Cinderella to sign a old receipt (scrounged up in my purse) but she declined, saying her King has strict rules. Later that day, I saw Pluto declining an autograph on a non-Disneyland autograph book. Is there a specific rule/policy on the autographs? (I googled but no firm answers).
ariel signed a printed piece that i drew *my picture* - chris.
2507.3 #24 12:30AM
Found this answer: "The only thing that discourages characters from signing autographs is if they wear gloves and you bring a traditional pen. I highly recommend that you take a very thick pen. Don't take a Sharpie or other type of permanent marker as the characters with gloves won't sign your book if you do. Make sure it's just a thick barrel pen and you'll have no problems. Don't forget to tell the character your name and they will sign personalized messages for you. It's fun collecting autographs at Disneyland." - DisneyDavidEMT
451.3 #273 12:04AM
Not true I took Sharpies to have the colors coresponden with each Character to sign my nieces Xmas Cards and everyone signed them even the one's wearing gloves. - HanLostLeia 1092.6 #76 12:35AM
i would think it's different for cards vs. autograph books? sharpie would bleed through different pages of the autograph book i think. - nicoleface 1247.5 #65 12:40AM
I swear I've seen photo mats, homemade autograph books and shirts signed, but maybe the policy has recently changed. - Linzee
515.9 #226 12:07AM
I had a photo mat signed using Sharpie in October with no problems - SpringLove
196.4 #1675 12:12AM
We always used autograph books. I remember in WDW some characters had a stamp. I think it was Mr. and Mrs. Incredible. - HalfCaff
66.9 #3457 12:14AM
I took colored paper (used colors that matched the character) and fine point sharpies in April and didn't have a problem. I've seen them decline park tickets as well. Maybe as long as it's a blank piece of paper then it's ok. - LilSterner
2656.0 #17 12:25AM