The Disney Parks may be closed, but Disney fans around the globe have been coming up with fun ways to share the Disney Magic by tagging #DisneyMagicMoments along the way. DisneyParksBlog has shared a few of their very favorite moments with us! Check it out below:
Amber Mamian from Global Munchkins shares her tips for infusing Disney magic into her home of seven. We love her Frozen-themed evening, which includes learning to draw Olaf while indulging in a Frozen-inspired dessert bar.
Plan a Disney Day from the comforts of your home! Kimberly Tate from Stuffed Suitcase rounds up all the virtual happenings from a day at Disneyland.
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Have you seen the latest Disney and Pixar film, “Onward,” on Disney+? Sally Kim from Lovestalgia shares some learning activities to accompany movie-watching fun!
Speaking of “Onward,” try Disney Bounding like Ian and Barley at home. Courtney Quinn of Color Me Magic shows her take on conjuring up an “Onward”-inspired outfit without the use of a Phoenix Gem!
Princess Turned Mom Jenny Rose shows how to travel around the world by watching Disney movies! She’s made a handy list of movies to watch on Disney+, along with food ideas and fun activities.
Vera Sweeney from Lady and the Blog compiled a list of her 10 favorite animated Disney characters to draw at home. Perfect for parents and kids to do together, Vera mentions, “Drawing Disney characters is a great way to remember just how much you love their movies and how these friends make you feel.”
Jessica McDonald, aka The Healthy Mouse, created three Disney Parks-inspired playlists for your next run or workout at home! Jessica notes “each playlist starts with a slower paced song for a warm-up, then amps up!”
Tell us about how you are bringing #DisneyMagicMoments to your home in the comments below!