Back To School DIY: The Collage Notebook

Back To School DIY: The Collage Notebook

Know that feeling when you go shopping for new school supplies and the only Disney designs you can choose from have those two pushy sisters and their weird talking snowman? Time to get creative and make your own unique notebooks, with even a touch of vintage if you’d like. Go browse through your book shelves and perhaps, you’ll find some old Disney storybook you’re not attached to anymore. It’s even better if it kind of smells like 1998 when you open it up. The most important thing is that it has a…

Disneysand Magic: with a little bit of imagination

Disneysand Magic: with a little bit of imagination

I went to see the Sand Sculptures in Ostend, Belgium. They have already been Disney-themed for multiple years now and although they claim that this one’s in honour of 25 years of Disneyland Paris, there wasn’t really something extra special about it. Either way, it’s still fun to see these pieces of art. Any kind of creative exploit inspired by a Disney movie, is interesting to me. But just like with any other kind of art: some things you like, others are just meh. Many pieces look like the evil twin or the cheaper…

Writing Disney |Merchandising Review|

Writing Disney |Merchandising Review|

It’s hard to pick a favourite kind of Disney merchandising for me. But character themed notebooks by the Disney Store are definitely in my top five! They are perfect for Disney fans who want to display their love for Disney on the daily but want it to be subtle and easy to put away when their partner’s friends come over, who should not see how addicted to Disney you are. This Cinderella one I use to plan and draft my blog posts, was the first one I got. Since 2015, the designs have…

DIY: Disney Figurines in your grown up lifestyle

DIY: Disney Figurines in your grown up lifestyle

As a grown up Disney collector, you probably have a couple of smaller Disney figurines laying around. If their sole purpose right now is collecting dust, you might as well combine them with some boring grown up household pieces to express your Disney lifestyle. A Candy jar guarded by Officer Clawhauser If you want to keep it pretty basic like I did, you can just simply glue Clawhauser on top of the jar. Of course it’s a great chance to get creative and decorate it the way you want to! I’m thinking about painting…