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Tag Archives: christmas
A couple years back, I finally gave in and started collecting Hallmark ornaments. In addition to the expected assortment of Santas, snowmen, and wintery scenes, they also do quite a bit of licensed products, including multiple Disney ornaments every year. … Continue reading
AP and D23 previews of Carsland and Buena Vista Street are in full swing, and they are looking fantastic! The rides, shops, and restaurants are all themed incredibly by the WDI team. I have heard that they will be having … Continue reading
I hope the holidays finds you and yours in the best of possible places. Christmas is always a special time for Disney fans. Our homes look extra bright, Mickey shaped wreaths mysteriously appear on doors, and those once a year … Continue reading
Tom Bricker, whose Disneyland Christmas Timelapse Video we posted earlier, is back with a timelapse photography look at Walt Disney World during the merriest season. There’s a lot to fit into under 3 minutes, but he really captured a lot … Continue reading