Sunday, May 28, 2017

May News and Updates

What do Snow White, Rainbow Cavern Mine Train, Splash Mountain, and Country Bear Jamboree all have in common?  Read Jim Korkis' article to find out!

Disney Family has a few cute project ideas that are inspired by Snow and the Dwarfs - check them out here and here.

Did you see the video of the little girl at Disney who clearly wasn't interested in Snow?

Even though I contend that blind bags are an evil ploy - I will have to go in search of the tsum tsum evil queen pin.

Why can't I ever find rare art up in an attic somewhere?  Someone in Lichfield managed to find some.

If you're in El Paso, check out the film festival this August.

Macy's is launching a Princess Line  - I wonder if Snow White will get a shirt?

Hot Topic has a great new Dwarfs backpack - I got one to use at D23 expo (who else will be there?  I will have Whistle While We Blog buttons to give out!)

I love the Danielle Nicole purses - even if I can't fit all of my junk in them - how can you say no to Happy?

As always, Filmic Light has posted a ton of items that I now must scour eBay for:
Wonder Bread pennants
The Many Flowers Game
Snow White seed packets
Operetta Script

Sunday, May 14, 2017

Kmart Garden

With the warm weather upon us I have been thinking about my patio.  I few months ago I came across some great patio decor at Kmart.

 The garden swing N ring sell for $16.99.

 The wobble statue sells for $19.99.  I found these very odd - in the garden, how well will they wobble?

These more traditional statues sell for 24.99.

 Not Snow White, but I am in love with the Tsum Tusm line and these garden 'stones' are just so adorable!

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Wonderground Gallery

Wonderground Gallery in Downtown Disney is one of my favorite places.  On a recent visit I picked up a few postcards that I just fell in love with:

This is part of a four part piece by Jerrod Maruyama titled Spring Flowers made for the EPCOT flower and garden festival.  Isn't she the cutest?

"A Villains Apple" by Gregg Visintainer

If you've never looked closely at Gregg's work, you are missing out.  Can you see the Evil Queen?

A larger budget could have gotten me a this version
Both postcards retail for $4.99