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!
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.