Fan-Created #DisneyMagicMoments Bring the Spirit of Disney Parks to Homes

Michael Ramirez

by , Public Relations Director, Disneyland Resort

As we’ve seen these past few months, Disney Parks fans around the world have been finding ways to create their own special Disney moments at home. We’ve pulled together just a few of our favorite #DisneyMagicMoments that we’ve seen from our fans. Take a look 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.

Head to Spoonful of Flavor where Ashley makes our Churro Bites recipe! She also includes step-by-step photos and tips to make sure this recipe turns out perfect every time.

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!

Leo Camacho (@mrleozombie) and Rachel Martino (@rachmartino) Disney Bound like favorite Disney couples at home. What’s your favorite?

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!


  • So far during this pandemic, my #DisneyMagicMoment was waking up on my birthday to Disneyland in my house! I walked down the stairs to be greeted by the old fashioned flagged Disneyland sign. My ears picked up the joyful music as I walked down main street and received a Starbucks coffee with Mickey heads on it..let’s not forget receiving a Cinnabon from Gaston’s. Then I walked into Fantasyland to see a tea party set up by the folks from Wonderland…I then walked to Frontierland where I got to virtually ride Splash Mountain. Lastly, I headed to Tomorrowland where I hopped on the buzz lightyear ride. It was the coolest birthday and the coolest set up ever! I have an entire two minute video of the walk through! I had no words to describe what my family did for me specifically two of my sisters. It was a dream the whole day. Oh, I can’t leave out that anytime I left the house I was boarding the Disney Magical Express with Disney music provided. They thought of everything and it was truly a Disney Magic Moment. It is still hard for me to out in words, but I suppose that is the magic of it! Would be happy to share!

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  • I’ve been doing a lot of “DisneyHomeBounding,” and my husband has been making the park’s recipes that have been released. (Churro bites and S’mores Bake, yum!) We still miss the parks, of course – we had to cancel our big anniversary trip to WDW – but bringing in these little bits of it (and watching lots of Disney+) has certainly helped.

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