In each of my Harlem Globetrotters posts, I talked about creating an easy mini autograph album for the Harlem Globetrotters game.
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The reason I wanted to create this album was so that the boys would have a quick way to get autographs, add photos, ticket stubs, their thoughts, and any other mini memorabilia from the game on Friday night.
Another reason, I wanted to create the album was because I wanted them to walk away with some type of souvenir and/or memorabilia without me having to spend a lot of money. The cost of tickets, parking, and food is enough, right? Tell me about.
So, creating these albums a few days prior to the game helped to create a more memorable experience, as well as inexpensive souvenir.
How to Create an Easy Mini Autograph Album
#1) Purchase a $1 4×6 photo album from Dollar Tree.
If you are creating several albums in bulk for a class trip or project or for an entire family, I would suggest ordering online at Dollar Tree and buying in bulk.
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#2) Decorate the cover of your album.
I created 4×6 printables with each of my sons’ names and added extra graphics throughout the album.
#3) Insert 4×6 plain sheets of paper into the album or index cards.
I actually used Avery Postcards Style #05389. Adding these blank sheets into the pages made it easy to pull out and hand to a player to sign and quickly slip it right back into the album pocket.
#4) Add journal cards to capture thoughts and feelings from the event.
I created a 3 page FREE DOWNLOAD just for you, if you plan to attend an upcoming Harlem Globetrotters game. Simply download the ZIP file below for three JPEG images to print as 4×6 cards.
#5) Finally, when the game is over, reorganize it if you would like and fill the remaining pages with photos of the night and left over ticket stubs! Yayyyy!
P.S. Just so you know, you can take this concept and use it over and over again for many different events. Two weeks ago, I created a similar version of this to take to a Bridal Expo with my future sister in law. I’ll be sharing that one soon, along with photos from the event!