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Disney Around the Web – December 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Disney Store Gives 20,000 Plush Toys to Toys for Tots Foundation

Holiday magic stretched far beyond Disney Parks this year. Take a look at what other Disney blogs were up to this month.

Confessions of a Disney Store Vinylmation Artist – The Official Disney Store Blog — Disney Character Artist and Product Designer Jim Valeri shares his experience helping design Disney Store’s exclusive New York City-themed Vinylmation figures.

Disney Store Gives 20,000 Plush Toys This Holiday Season to Toys for Tots Foundation – The Official Disney Store Blog — With the support of guests, Disney Store’s Buy One, Get One, Give One holiday campaign resulted in 20,000 new plush donated to the Toys for Tots Foundation.

Welcome to Your Ever After – Ever After Blog — This month saw the launch of Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings & Honeymoons Ever After blog, which will feature tips, trends and inspiration for your special day.

WALL-E Wedding Cake – Ever After Blog — WALL-E wedding cake toppers make a sentimental statement for a couple who saw the film on their first date.

Sometimes the Magic Happens in the Kitchen – Ever After Blog — See how the kitchen at Disney’s Contemporary Resort is transformed into an elegant dining experience.

Villains, TRON and a Peek at 2011 – Vinylmation Blog — Keep up with new and upcoming Vinylmation releases at the Vinylmation Blog.

Comments

  • I don’t see anything on Tron or the villains on the vinylmation blog. Is there going to be a new update to go along with this blog update here on the parks blog?

  • Here’s another great one: Kungaloosh! Please reopen the Adventurers Club in Hyperian Wharf.

  • I just returned from an amazing Disney vacation in Disney World where we took advantage of several opportunities available. My husband and two older children went scuba diving at Epcot which has been the highlight of a lifetime! We also visited the boutique in Cinderella Castle which was wonderful as well, (Angela from NY who works there has an AMAZING voice! She sounded exactly like my daughter’s favorite character, Ariel. You must check into her talent!) I will say, however, that one of the top things we did was participate in an art class with an Imagineer. We attended the class for a combined total of 10 times with the artwork to take home with us. What an outstanding secret in the park! As such, I am hoping to encourage you to include more activities like the art class in the options available in the new Art of Animation Resort. How appropriate would it be to engage children in the passion of Disney through resort activities that include an art class and then some? It is so important to convey the power of imagination that is generated in the Disney arena. Please tap into this at the new resort as both children from around the world benefit and the environments from which they come, will feel the positive effects of Disney magic.

  • Disney is the best! I love the Wall-E wedding cake! That’s cool!

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