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from Instagram One of my favorite details from Sir Mickey’s in the Magic Kingdom. While the store has slowly become taken over by fashionably displayed Disney’s princesses line items, there remain a plethora of great details from Mickey & The … Continue reading
Two new batches of Disney attraction poster based t-shirts have just been announced. The previous Space Mountain shirts, were very popular, so I’m glad to see they’ve decided to continue the series. Like Space Mountain shirts, these Poster Tee Series … Continue reading
Transform your child’s room into Arendelle with this set of Disney’s Frozen wall decals. Snow Queen Elsa, Anna & Kristoff, Olaf, and the gang are all there as part of the set of more than 2 dozen wall stickers. Better … Continue reading
I was able to see Blank: A Vinylmation Love Story last night at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. They’re hosting free screenings all weekend long. But if you can’t make it to DHS or one of the screenings at El Capitan or … Continue reading