Customize and print your own Disney World stroller tags

(Article last updated: July 22, 2018)

When renting strollers at Disney World, you will need to put a stroller sign in the pouch on the back to identify it as yours.

You can use the Disney World stroller tag given to you at the stroller rental counter or you can make your own.

It's just 1 more way to get creative on your trip and make your stroller stand out in the sea of sameness.

Here are some Disney World stroller tag templates that you can personalize in graphic editing software (like Photoshop or Gimp) or even word processing programs like Microsoft Word or Google Docs.

How to personalize your Disney World stroller tags

No matter what method you use to personalize, make sure you have the font you want to use installed beforehand. There are lots of font suggestions included in the designs below.

Expand the option that you want to use below to see how to personalize your stroller tag.

Using Microsoft Word on Windows

To personalize in Word for Windows, follow these steps.

  1. Click on the PNG version of the template you like below
  2. Right-click the image and copy it
  3. Open Word, create a new document and set the orientation to Landscape
  4. Paste the image into your blank document
  5. With the image selected, increase the width to 8 inches
  6. Put your cursor to the right of the image and hit enter
  7. Insert a text box and type the words you want to appear on the stroller tag
  8. Set the fill to "no fill" and the outline to "no outline"
  9. Move the text box on top of the stroller sign image where you want your text to appear
  10. Change the text font style and size to what you want it to be (you can manually type a font size if you need something bigger than what's shown on the font size list)
  11. Save and print!

Using Microsoft Word for Mac

To personalize in Word for Mac, follow these steps.

  1. Find the downloadable PNG version of the template you like below
  2. Right-click the image and copy it
  3. Open Word, create a new document, and set the orientation to Landscape (Layout menu > Orientation > Landscape)
  4. Paste the image into your blank document using "paste special" (Edit menu > paste special)
  5. Insert a text box where you want to place it (Insert menu > text box), and type the words you want to appear on the stroller tag
  6. Change the text font style and size to what you want it to be (you can manually type a font size if you need something bigger than what's shown on the font size list)
  7. If needed, adjust the size of your text box so that all of the text is visible
  8. Save and print!

Using Google Docs

To personalize in Google Docs, follow these steps.

  1. Click on the PNG version of the template you like below
  2. Right-click the image and copy it
  3. Open Google Docs and go to Insert > drawing
  4. Paste the image into your drawing area
  5. While still in the drawing area, click the text box icon
  6. Put your cursor where you'd like your text and type the words you want to use
  7. Change the text font style and size to what you want it to be
  8. Click the "save and close" button and print!

Using graphic editing software (Photoshop, Gimp, etc.)

To personalize in graphic editing software, follow these steps.

  1. Find the downloadable PNG version of the template you like below
  2. Right-click the image and download it to your computer
  3. Open the image using your editing software (verify that the image dimensions are 8"x5")
  4. Create a new text layer, and type the words you want to appear on your tag
  5. Save and print!

Ideas for personalization

  • There are several different fonts to match the the images on the signs. Download and install the font to make your sign look even more custom.
  • The designs below use a last name on all of the examples, but you may want to use your child's first name, the name of the trip ("Jones Family Vacation"), or something else instead.
  • If you want to show your trip dates on the sign, you could put the month in the upper left and the year in the upper right.

Two tips if you do make your own stroller sign:

  • Laminating the sign will help it last longer.
  • Make sure you take your sign with you every time you return your stroller so you'll have it for the next day.

Stroller tag designs

Cinderella

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: AL Cinderella

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Toy Story

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Agent Red

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Castle

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Orange Grove

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Mickey and Minnie Christmas

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Minnie

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Ariel

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Amazonica

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Halloween

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Minnie

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Mickey silhouette

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Minnie

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Lion King

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Lion King

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Pocahontas

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: PokerHunters

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Tangled lanterns

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Tangled

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Tangled silhouette

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Tangled

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Cars

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Kelvenized

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Tiana

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: Princess and the Frog

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Tinker Bell

Disney World stroller tags

Font used: akaFrivolity

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Have questions on how to use these templates or suggestions for other Disney World stroller tag designs? Feel free to leave those in the comments.

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