Ever since my daughter saw the first teaser trailer for Christopher Robin the house has been a Winnie the Pooh house. It kind of fits because my daughter had a Winnie the Pooh nursery as a baby. Pooh just has so many fantastic quotes and fun life lessons. We decided to put together this Winnie the Pooh Hunny Pot to enjoy a sweet treat and then decorate her room. Make sure to read past the craft to score your free Winnie the Pooh printables!
Later in July we will be heading to Toy Story Land to check out all they have added to this new land. It got me thinking about the preschool days when mine were small. I decided to have a little fun with a dessert for them. That is why I put together this dessert that would be perfect for a preschooler learning their shapes. I also put a delicious toy story inspired dessert that would be great for a party.
Jello Dessert Recipe | Toy Story Inspired Dessert
This year we headed out to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and we decided it was time to do our own costumes. This year we went with Disney characters that aren’t typically chosen. My husband almost stumped me when he said he wanted to be Roger Rabbit. Then I had a fun idea. That is where this Roger Rabbit costume DIY came from. I hope that you enjoy it. If you could dress up as any Disney character, which would you pick?