For goodness sake... copyright does not protect names, titles, slogans or short phrases. In some cases, these things may be protected as trademarks but that is not the case here.In answer to CpnHook15... you can't claim they are officially Disney, because use of the name itself is copyrighted.
The law has a lot to do with "what you can get away with." Disney has copyrighted (and/or trademarked, I forget which) the designs of most of the buildings on Disney property, and uses this to keep the Unofficial Guide books from publishing photos of the parks. Technically your copy to grandma is a violation of the same thing, but how could it possibly be in Disney's interest to sue you?Distributing a copy to grandma is nice but I really question, from a purely legal standpoint, if it would be allowed