Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Tangled Turns 10

Happy 10th Anniversary Tangled!!!  It's been ten years since Rapunzel escaped from her tower and saw the floating lanterns gleam.  This is the perfect year for Tangled to be celebrating it's anniversary year.  I mean, who else is better at social distancing than Rapunzel?  Plus, she's the princess of the Kingdom of Corona!  (Nowadays, aren't we all feeling a little like the lost princess?  But I digress...)

For me, picking a favorite Disney movie would be like picking a favorite child, but if I had to pick only one, Tangled would be it.  Rapunzel has always been the Disney princess that I relate to most.  Her creativity, optimism, dreaming and hope has always resonated with me.  I also love to learn new things, paint, sew, bake, read and to make things.  Plus, I've always loved her tower.  While I wouldn't want to be trapped up there, I'd love to have my own tower like hers to craft and read in.


Tangled has been a big part of my life over the last 10 years.  I walked down the aisle to "I See the Light" at our Disney Wedding.  Back then, Eliot hadn't seen Tangled yet, but the song felt like the perfect tie in to our fairy tale wedding.  I had a Tangled themed 30th Birthday Party.  I also wrote my 30 Things to Do in my 30's and was inspired by Rapunzel's sense of wonder and dreaming.

I have so many Tangled outfits and accessories.  Through the years, I've collected bows, headbands, jewelry, mini backpacks, purses, shirts, skirts, dresses and more.  I even wore a Rapunzel inspired outfit for my 32nd Birthday.

Eliot and I also took some inspiration from Rapunzel and Flynn for our Fall 2017 Dapper Day Outfits.  I'm not sure if I ever posted about it, but we Disneybounded as Rapunzel and Flynn in Christmas themed attire.  I created my green and red skirt.  I also made myself a Christmas Tangled lantern that even lit up!  (We were stopped all over the Magic Kingdom from people asking where they could purchase one!)

Tangled is also one of our favorite films to get design inspiration from.  Tangled was one of the first 3D printed mouse ear designs that we created.  Through the years, I've made many different variations of our Tangled sun ears.  My favorite was probably my most recent flower crown when I even made my own little magic flower!

Eliot also debuted his Tangled Desk set a few months ago.  It's been pretty popular since then and we're hoping to add a few more items to the collection as well!

I've also gotten inspiration from Rapunzel for my office.  We painted my office a soft purple color that was totally inspired by her dress. I dream of someday having an entire Rapunzel themed office. I've already been collecting things here and there to put in it!

As you can see, Tangled has had a big impact on our lives. Thank you Walt Disney Animation Studios for creating a film that so many people love and relate to.  

Happy 10th Anniversary Tangled!!!  °o°

Monday, November 23, 2020

My Pandemic Birthday

Last Friday, I celebrated my birthday and officially turned 36.

After this calendar year, I have to admit that I was excited for a "new beginning" no matter how small.  So far, 36 hasn't been too much different than 35, but I have a lot of plans and goals for this upcoming year.  The biggest being that Eliot and I have been working so hard on finishing our house so we can finally get a puppy.  (Actually, that was going to be my birthday present from my parents, but I told them we needed to wait.  The house isn't ready.  Plus, I don't want to be potty training a puppy when it's getting colder out.)  Hopefully, by this time next year, I'll have a bouncy puppy (or puppies!) that will get in the way when I'm opening presents! 

Year 35 has been interesting.  It started off with a bang with all of our travels.  Then, there was a lot of time at home this year during the ongoing pandemic.  2020 has certainly been a year like none we've experienced before.  I have to admit, I didn't think we'd still be doing the whole coronavirus thing this severely by this point.  I figured by now, we would have been able to flatten the curve and that we'd all be on our way to getting the vaccine... not that cases across the country would be breaking records with multiple states re-entering quarantine the week of my birthday.  As of my birthday, Massachusetts has restricted travelers from Maine.  (So there go my plans of visiting the Disney Store one more time during the holiday season... blah.)

Thankfully, Maine hasn't quite gotten to those extremes yet.  I'm very thankful that I was able to go out and about (cautiously and safely) to have some small semblance of normalcy.  And by COVID standards, I had a wonderful birthday!  Eliot took the day off from work so we could celebrate it in true 2020 style.

I usually wear something fun and festive for my birthday, but this year I opted for comfort above all.  Unfortunately, I didn't take any pictures, but I wore my "Happy" Mickey shirt, black leggings, my ice cream cone and rainbow sprinkle scrunchie from Enchanted Candy Carousel and my Rapunzel Face Mask from Park Candy.

First, we ordered a take out from our local IHOP and ate it in the car.  I got my favorite pumpkin pancake breakfast combo.  They even put rainbow sprinkles on my pancakes since Eliot told them it was my birthday! 

After finishing our pancakes, Eliot and I drove up to August to meet up with Mom, Dad and Nana in the Lowes parking lot.  My Mom had a doctor's appointment up in Bangor anyways, so they were already half way there.  By the time we got there, it was already dark so Nana stayed in the car, but Mom and Dad got out to visit with us.  We all had our face masks on and we stayed a bit away from each other while we talked.  Then, they gave me my birthday cards to open.  (My Mom got a chuckle out of me asking if the money they gave me was safe.)  They also got me a potted lily plant.

Dad went inside Lowes with Eliot and me to check out the Disney display.  Then, we picked up a few things we needed.  Dad also ended up buying us some Bounty paper towels since that store actually had some in stock!  (Even the lady at the check out was surprised!)  After that, we said goodbye to my family so they could drive home.

Eliot and I stayed in Augusta a while longer.  First, we went to Walmart to meander around the store and the Christmas stuff.  I was so excited to find a few things that we'd been looking for!  Plus, Eliot and I also got some new Disney Christmas socks!

After that, we went to the one store I'd wanted to for my birthday- Michael's.  (We'd talked about driving the rest of the way up to Waterville to go to the Hobby Lobby, but we realized that we would run out of time with all of the stores closing early due to the coronavirus.)  I was content going to Michael's though.  We've never been in the Augusta store, so it was fun to check that out.  I enjoyed checking out their Christmas decor.  Before we left, Eliot and I bought a few large plastic ornaments to experiment with for some business and home decor ideas.

We ended the night at Barnes and Noble which didn't close until 10.  At this point, pretty much every other store was closed so both Michael's and Barnes and Noble were empty.  Eliot and I were some of the only customers in the book store.  We looked through the books getting ideas for our Christmas wish lists.  After wandering around for a bit, we purchased two children's Christmas books to add to our collection.

Then, we hopped into the car and started our trip home.  Eliot drove home since I'd driven up and it was nice to sit back and relax.  (Plus, my eyes have sometimes been bothering me at night.)  In Topsham, we stopped at both McDonald's and Arby's to grab something to eat.  Since we'd eaten the IHOP pancakes mid-afternoon, we were hungry but not starving.  Eliot got a Happy Meal (for another Disney toy) and I ate his french fries.  Then, I got an Arby's sandwich and he got cheese fries.  After eating in the Arby's parking lot, we got back on the highway and drove home.

Since my birthday was on a Friday, I'd originally had visions of spending the entire weekend celebrating my birthday.  We'd talked about going to the Yankee Candle Factory, maybe spending the weekend in MA and NH... then COVID happened.  I still got to celebrate a little bit over the weekend, but it was in between working on orders, watching Hallmark movies and cleaning the house.  However, I added some rainbow sprinkles to my Dunkin Donuts frozen coffee drink and Eliot bought me a small cake at the grocery store... so there was some fun.

One thing that didn't change was how loved I felt.  I received so many phone calls, text messages and Facebook posts from everyone.  I got them on my personal page, our Happily Ever Hatter page and My Disney Life page, as well as on both of my Instagram accounts.  It made me feel special.  Plus, it was so nice to know that people took time out of their day just to wish me a Happy Birthday.

All in all, it was still a good celebration- even during a pandemic!  Cheers to 36!!!  °o°

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

New Product Alert: Jewelry and Trinket Trays

These past few months, Eliot and I have been busy working on new product designs and expanding our offerings.  Eliot has continued his work creating new designs for his Snowblade Creations shop.  In fact, it's hard to believe that it's already been a little over 6 months since we first debuted our Spaceship Earth Desk Sets.  We've made a few more desk sets since then, but Eliot and I still wanted to branch out a bit further.

One of my favorite parts about the desk accessories is that some of them can also be used for your vanity.  A pen holder can easily double as a make up brush holder much like a trinket storage box can also be used for jewelry.  Naturally, we decided it would be good to expand upon this concept to create some new product designs.  

Thus, Eliot has started to create jewelry and trinket trays.  Some of these new designs will match desk sets that we've already created.  Others are completely new ideas that don't currently have any other matching pieces.  Here's what Eliot's designed so far:

Hercules Medallion- This is the first trinket tray design that Eliot created.  It's one single color so it was easy to print the entire sample all at once.  We both liked the overall size, style and design.  Our newest product was born!

Wilderness Explorer- Eliot was really excited to get this design created.  (I swear that he was working on it almost as soon as our Hercules sample was done printing.)  I'm pretty much obsessed with Pixar's Up and I love how cute this design came out!  I'm daydreaming of having an entire vanity filled with Up accessories now... 

Mickey- As soon as he finished those other two designs, I told him it was time to get back to basics.  Of course, Mickey Mouse had to be our next design!

Minnie- After we added Mickey, we needed to add Minnie Mouse!!!  I love all of the potential color combination possibilities with her bow!  I already had Eliot print me a mint version with a silver and black polka dot bow for my vanity!

Halloween Minnie- We all knew this would happen.  This queen of holidays (me) had to have some festive options.  I thought orange with a black bow was a fun choice for Halloween!  Unfortunately, Halloween Minnie didn't quite make the launch as we hadn't finished the sample.  (I have her in my stack for our next product photoshoot!)

Christmas Minnie- And... I obviously needed a Christmas version.  I'm totally loving the bright and rich green with the red polka dot bow.  I think I'm in love.  Then, Eliot wanted to add a red one to the mix, so she's joined the line up as well.

Grape Soda- Eliot couldn't contain himself.  After he finished the holiday Minnie designs, he jumped head first into making this design to match the Wilderness Explorer tray.  I can't be mad though- it came out so cute... and I'm in love.

Tangled Sun- This was one of the first designs I told Eliot we had to make.  It will go perfectly with a few of our Tangled desk/vanity accessories that we've already made!  I love that we have both a single color or two color version!

Monorail- Eliot secretly worked on this design while I was away for a few days helping my parents over the summer.  I love having all of the monorail stripe color options!

Pixar Ball- This is another design that Eliot made in secret.  I love how it came out!

Mickey Candy Corn- I wanted to make one more Halloween design.  Since, I'm obsessed with candy corn, I begged Eliot to make this.  I love how it turned out!!!

Disneyland Sign Name- I've saved my favorite for last; I pretty much begged Eliot to make this design as well.  I proudly present, our Personalized Disneyland Sign Name trinket tray.  Inspired by the retro Disneyland Hotel sign, this can be personalized with anyone's name and with any colors!  So far, we made my name in both Halloween and Christmas colors, but Eliot's also working on a metallic silver, mint, black and white version for my vanity in our master bedroom!

These are all of the designs we've included in our jewelry and trinket tray debut!  Eliot's already made a few more designs; we just haven't made the samples of them yet.  I'm absolutely loving the idea of personalizing my vanity with Disney items... especially when I can change them with the seasons and for the holidays!  Eliot and I have a few other ideas we're hoping to make along this vanity idea... Stay tuned!  °o°

Thursday, November 12, 2020

#tbt Halloween 2020

We're in full Christmas mode here, but I would be remiss if I skipped over our 2020 Halloween celebrations.  This year has certainly been interesting, and I don't want to miss a chance to celebrate anything... no matter how small.  I thought I'd do a quick Throwback Thursday post to share our Halloween weekend!

We actually had a pretty good celebration!  Jeremy came up from New Hampshire to spend the weekend with us.  Our neighborhood had decided to have a small socially distant "block party" like celebration.  There are four houses on our road and we all wanted to do something fun for the kids (two of the families have kids and the other has grandkids).  Jeremy was ready for a scenery change to I invited him to join the fun.

Friday night, Jeremy arrived at our house.  Eliot was working late at work so it gave Jeremy and me a chance to talk and catch up.  We mostly talked about the upcoming election, our thoughts, our fears and how we hoped it would all turn out.  I also admired my new snowman from Hobby Lobby that Jeremy picked up for me... the same one that I'd taken a photo of when we went shopping mid-October.  (After coming home, I realized that I wanted him, so Jeremy offered to go pick him up for me!)  Eventually, Eliot arrived home and we talked a little bit longer before calling it a night.

Saturday morning, we got up and the boys went outside to put our giant Halloween Mickey Pumpkin inflatable from Lowes up.  Eliot's and my contribution was going to be having Mickey up by the end of our driveway to use him as a photo backdrop for the kids to take Halloween photos. After they got him set up, we took turns showering and got ready.  Then, we watched Halloween movies on tv while we waited for the Halloween festivities to commence that afternoon.

Eliot and I weren't sure exactly what time we were starting so the three of us headed out around 3:00 to check.  We met our neighbor up by our Mickey pumpkin inflatable while he was testing out his lawn mower.  Two of our neighbors got new riding lawn mowers this year so they decided to do hayrides for the kids around the road and their yards.  He told us how much the kids enjoyed our Mickey and that they were more excited about that than the haunted hayride pathway that he'd spent weeks working on.  (We all got a good chuckle from that.)  We went back inside to stay where it was warm while everyone finished getting ready for the block party.

Around 3:30, everyone started to congregate outside.  It was freezing out, so we all bundled up in our warm winter jackets instead of putting on a costume.  However, I did wear my Mickey's Not So Scary Halloween Party face mask (from Park Candy) and my matching headband (from Sew Tangled) so I was festive.  The kids were all dressed in their Halloween costumes, and all of the adults wore costumes as well.  Of course, everyone's most fashionable 2020 accessory was their face mask.  Some of our neighbors even made masks to match their costumes!

The adults talked around the fire pit while the kids ran around and played.  We were waiting on a few other kids that the families had invited to join us.  In the end, we ended up having around 12 kids, including the 7 kids and grandkids from our road.  

One of the other families that joined us was actually a patient that I knew from my time at the chiropractic office!  (Apparently, her daughter is best friends with our neighbors' daughter.)  As soon as she started talking to me, I recognized her voice.  Of course, with everyone wearing Halloween costumes and face masks, we didn't recognize each other until we were directly in front of each other talking!  It was nice to meet her husband and daughter and to catch up.

Before we started the activities, the adults had all of the kids gather together to take a photo in front of our giant Mickey inflatable.  Jeremy jumped behind the inflatable and made his Mickey Mouse puppet smile for the camera from one of the eyes.  Jeremy sounds just like Mickey so he made him talk to the kids for a few minutes.  They kept looking up at Mickey in between photos.  (I think the younger ones were confused.)

After, we started the afternoon with our Trunk or Treat.  I was surprised and how well decorated a few of our neighbors cars were.  Eliot and I didn't go crazy with ours.  We put our new light up pumpkin in the back of his Jeep, and Jeremy added his Mickey puppet wearing his Sorcerer Mickey costume from Build-A-Bear.  We had a little bucket that was completely full of candy.  The kids ran down to the end of the road and made quick work of going to each car.  They were so excited.  We ended up letting them do a second go around because there was still so much candy left over!  (They were all very polite and only took a few pieces.  I had to keep telling them it was ok to take more!)

We decided to have the costume contest next.  One of our neighbors had music playing so it quickly became a dance contest.  Only 5 of the kids wanted to do the contest, and contestant number two quickly stole the show with his insanely good dance moves.  We were all really impressed.  We cheered for all of the kids and the two winners got light up necklaces.  Then, the other kids got prizes too.

After that, one of our neighbors started his hayrides. He had a whole set up with the lawn mower and a cart pulled behind it.  He rode them down our private road, up his driveway and around his yard before returning to our party central at the end of our dead end road.  He took a few kids each time and they were always quick to jump into the cart once he pulled back in.  The kids absolutely loved it.  They all threw hay at each other and by the end of it, they were all covered.

Next up was pumpkin or donut decorating.  One of our other neighbors had bought small pumpkins and Dunkin Donuts.  She had a table set up for the kids to decorate their stuff.  I'm not sure if any of them painted pumpkins, but they all thoroughly enjoyed the donut decorating... and more importantly, the donut eating!

The kids spent the next hour or so eating candy and running around playing.  Jeremy eventually went back to our house because he was cold.  When the sun started to set, we all got ready to do the second haunted hayride through the woods.  There's a pathway through the woods that connects two of our neighbors houses.  Our neighbor had decorated the path with Christmas lights and Halloween decor.  All of the adults spread out to either help work the decorations, or jump out and scare the kids.

Eliot and I both manned two of the decorations.  All I had to do was attempt to hide behind a tree and push a button.  We had a lot of fun, even if the kids weren't very scared.  (They gave us a failing grade in the scaring department... but part of that was because it probably wasn't dark enough out yet.)  They all still had a blast though.

After that, they had a movie night in our neighbors yard with his outdoor set up.  The kids curled into their sleeping bags and tucked in to watch a Halloween movie.  Eliot and I said our goodbyes to everyone and headed back to our house.  It was way too cold to stay for the movie and we had plans anyways.

We spent a few minutes warming up before the three of us jumped into the car and headed up to Portland.  Jeremy wanted to take a quick peek at Target so we did that, then we headed over to Chili's get Eliot's dinner, and we stopped over at Pat's Pizza on the way home to pick up Jeremy's and my dinner.  (Jeremy and I both absolutely love Pat's Pizza and we always try to get it when we go home to visit our parents, but there's also one in Scarborough.  We usually try to go whenever Jeremy visits us.)

We returned home and decided to watch Disney+ while eating dinner.  We started with the new "Once Upon a Snowman" short of how Olaf came to be.  Then, we watched "Halloweentown High" so we could watch something festive.  After that, we all were exhausted so we headed to bed early.

Sunday, we got up after sleeping in a little.  The photos we took the day before didn't come out very good, so Jeremy took a few photos of me and Eliot with Mickey.  Then, the boys took him down and moved him down to our yard to dry out.  Jeremy visited with us for a little bit longer before heading home.

2020 was definitely a weird celebration, but I'm so glad that our Halloween Block Party was a success.  I'm also really glad that Jeremy got to visit us for the festivities!  Most important, the kids had a blast and we were able to salvage something fun for them.  In fact, the kids had such a good time that we might have to do a block party every year from now on!  If we do... we'll definitely have to plan for some fun new additions! I hope you all had a wonderful Halloween too!  °o°

Monday, November 9, 2020

Magical Merchandise: Mickey Mouse Vintage Holiday Plush

Please excuse me and my feelings while I go sit in the corner and sob.  Absolutely nothing could have prepared me for this.  Last night, I first watched the new 2020 Disney Holiday advertisement video and I sobbed.  I've watched it again twice today, and I cried both times while watching it again.

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Disney's newest advertisement hits home in the form of an animated short with the importance of family, traditions and heirlooms passed down from one generation to the next.  After this crap-tastic year, it has me feeling all sorts of things.  Leave it to Disney to bring it all out of me in 3 short minutes of animation.  But don't let me spoil it, take a peek at this beautiful short yourself.  (And bring tissues... you'll need them!)

This video reminds me so much of my Nana.  I remember when I first saw Moana and I felt the same way about Gramma Tala.  (In fact, back then I basically made my mother take my Nana with me to go see it in theaters and I didn't shut up until we went.)  Nana and I have always shared a special bond and this pulls at my heartstrings so much.  As much as I've been able to physically "see" her this year, I still haven't been able to get too close to her or hug her in months due to COVID.  This video really hits home to me.

This is Disney and the power of storytelling at it's finest.  The story simple but it's so beautiful.  The animation is stunning and the music is perfect.  (You can also download the song on iTunes. It's called "Love Is A Compass" by Griff.)  I'm not sure if this short will be eligible to win movie awards or not, but it wins all of them in my book.

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Plus, the thing that I love most about this video is that Shop Disney is selling a plush of the Mickey that looks just like the one in the film.  He's an exact replica, right down to the red stitching where Lola's granddaughter mends him after his ear tears off.  The only difference is that this plush is a bit larger in scale than the one in the film.

At 4:00 am this morning, I hopped out of bed and was online purchasing the plush.  I wanted it anyways for what it represents to me, but I was so happy to find out that this is the next item that benefits Make-A-Wish.  Like the Disney items available in the Wishes Come True Blue Collection, 25% of the proceeds from this Mickey plush will go towards Make-A-Wish through January 31st, 2021.

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You could say this film really "hit me in the feels".  This Mickey plush is very symbolic and already means so much to me.  He'll be a treasured piece for years to come. °o°

Monday, November 2, 2020

Magical Merchandise: 2020 Disney Christmas Collection

My favorite time of the year is here, and with it, loads of fun new Disney Christmas merchandise!!!  Some of these items have been available on Shop Disney for the past few weeks as well as in stores for a few weeks.  However, a lot of the items were just released last Monday and the rest of them arrived online earlier today!  I've been dying to write about these new items and to get this post out in the world.  And now that Halloween is officially over, I no longer feel like I have to hold back.

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After this spectacularly awful year, I think a little Disney Christmas magic is just what the doctor ordered!  And we're in luck because the 2020 Disney Christmas collection is a dream come true.  From the Mickey and Minnie gingerbread cookies, to the Mickey and Friends Christmas motif, to little snippets of the Disney Parks attractions.  There are so many pieces in this collection that I love.  It's hard to narrow them down, so I'm going to post a few of my absolute favorites from each category.  So let's do this!!!

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Holiday Spirit Jerseys- Eliot and I are obsessed with these!  I love how they have the characters on the bright red jerseys this year!  The peppermint designs are cute too!

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Silver and Gold Spirit Jersey- I love how this is a classy design for all winter!

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Family Christmas Sweaters- These are always a favorite of ours!  I love how they added the Christmas lights to this year's design!

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Christmas Treat Leggings- I absolutely love these... and I love Disney treats!

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Fantasyland Shirt- I love how this shirt combines treats and my favorite attractions!

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Disney Parks Christmas Loungefly Backpack- I love this bag and how it has Santa Mickey, the castle decorated for Christmas and icons from our favorite park attractions!

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Peppermint Minnie Loungefly Backpack- This bag is so cute!

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Disney Treats Alex and Ani- I had to get this since I missed out on last year's design.

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Mickey Gingerbread Hat- I love this adorable hat!  Eliot and I both got one!

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Crocs- I love this design and how they have the fuzzy red inside.  Comfy and cozy!!!

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Mickey Earrings- I love this Mickey Christmas Light design on sparkly earrings!

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Silver and Gold Winter Hat- Simple and classy winter design with a fun pom pom!

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Silver and Gold Scarf- This scarf is perfect to stay warm all winter long.

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Mickey and Minnie Gingerbread Plush- These are so cute and they actually smell like gingerbread too!  Thankfully, Eliot snatched these up pretty quick because they sold out and haven't come back in stock online since.

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Christmas Home Decor- I've been waiting for a Christmas collection that really spoke to me.  I love the Disney decor every year, but this year I absolutely love it.  I know what's going on my Wish List for Santa Claus!!!

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Gingerbread Countdown- This piece is absolutely adorable.  It's sold out online a few times but they've brought it back.  Grab it if you want one!

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Christmas Kitchen Items- I love how there are a lot of gingerbread kitchen items too!

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Gingerbread Cookie Jar- This cookie jar is really cute... I had to have one!

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Fantasyland Castle Light Up Decor- This little light up decor is so cute.  The inside is made with wood and it lights up.  Eliot bought it when it was released last week and I'm so glad because it's already sold out online.

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Gingerbread Ornaments- There are so many good ornaments this year, but my absolute favorites are these cookie ornaments of all the characters.  Thankfully, Eliot bought them as soon as we saw them come online... because they sold out almost immediately and they haven't come back.

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Christmas Figurines- These little toys are so cute!  I thought they'd be really cute for a little display on the mantel or kitchen window.

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Mickey Bubble Wand- This was another must get.  It makes "snoap" like the Disney parks so people in warmer climates can also experience snow!!!

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Forky Plush- Finally, I love this cute Forky plush.  I'm pretty obsessed with Forky anyways, but his cute little hat and candy cane make him so much more adorable!

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Isn't this collection a dream?  I absolutely love it!  I've always been pretty obsessed with gingerbread so I'm excited that they've expanded on designs for this year!  Plus, I can't help but love all the Disney treats merchandise... anyone notice a theme here?

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This Christmas merchandise definitely makes me feel the Disney holiday magic even though I can't be there in person.  After this year, I'm pretty sure we all need a little bit of magic.  Why not sprinkle our homes and daily lives with a little bit of pixie dust?  "We need a little Christmas, right this very minute.  We need a little Christmas now!"  °o°