Ages ago I posted about my awesome DIY Disney word artwork. Now, I've discovered another amazing way to also create FREE DIsney art. Using Adobe Spark, you can not only access loads of royalty free images, but you can also create just in text and colors custom sized graphics. These can be downloaded, turned into prints through a place like Shutterfly or used online. Here are a few I've made. Obviously...Disney themed.
I've had a bare spot on a short hallway wall that's had a small hole from someone pushing a popped nail in for quite some time. I have been wondering what to do, and I think a bunch of these would be great. I'm planning a variety of sizes, but all in the same color scheme, something that's easy to do at Adobe Spark! I just don't know what I want yet!
You can frame these, or glue them onto canvases. They look so fancy, no one would know how cheap they are!
If you have fun and make a few, let me know!
If you are mourning the loss of the Halloween Party, we have a small DIY for you. No, it's not quite as fun as enjoying the real thing, but if you have kiddos or someone else who is heartbroken about not attending, this might be just the ticket!
Right now, Target has these awesome small treat bags in their dollar spot. There's a cute pumpkin, an awesome teal allergy friendly bag and some others. I only bought these two. They are only $1 and will go fast, which is why I'm sharing this now!
Buy a few bags, fill them with your favorite treats, and either keep for yourself, or boo your neighbors and coworkers! These are the perfect size to hold small toys or plush as well with sturdy little handles!
I want to see what you've put in yours!
You guys know how much we love making Disney recipes, or copycatting them! Our Tie Dye Cheesecake from Pop Century was a hit, and so were the Banana Split Cupcakes! We've had a few flops along the way, but I'm always up for a Disney recipe! Especially since often, it's the only way my youngest can have a safe Disney dessert with his food allergies.
Like so many of you I'm sure, the last few months have been filled with baking. Father's Day weekend we decided to make Mr. Disney Magic a batch of cookies from his dream Disney Resort. We've never been there, that's a one day maybe kinda price for us, but we can still enjoy the cookies, right?
These were the most unusual cookies I've ever made. They didn't call for granulated sugar. Weird, right? We whipped up a batch of these to see how they compare to our usual recipe. The house was divided...my youngest and I said eh, but Mr. Disney Magic and my oldest loved them.
Want to try for yourself? I prefer a big, chewy cookie myself.
The dough mixed up easily, it was very airy. That's what made me nervous. It was a beautiful, soft dough.
I scooped it onto trays with my usual tablespoon cookie scoop. I wasn't sure how much these would spread, so I didn't crowd the pan, and did 9, instead of my usual 12, because the Disney picture they looked thin and huge.
They didn't take long to cook, but you can see...the cookies did not spread at all! I know I didn't have too much flour, because I very carefully measured.
Next batch, I pressed the cookies down, flattening slightly. It made no difference. The taste was there, but these cookies were more airy, light in your mouth, instead of a dense, chewey cookie.
Overall, these weren't bad. Would I gift them? Probably not. I do plan to try these again, substituting half of the powdered sugar for granulated, and see if that helps with the spread, and the chewiness.
Do you love Goofy's Glaciers? Those tasty frozen icee drinks are a favorite in our family, and we do crave them when we aren't at Disney. Though I've not been able to recreate our favorite flavor, the lime green, just by chance one day I glanced at the back of a Koolaid container and saw a recipe. Less than 2 minutes later we had copycat Goofy's Glaciers.
Limited only by your choice of flavors at the store, you too can create your own. Pour them into a Disney souvenir cup like we did!
Here's what you need to make 2 generous servings:
3 cups of ice
1 cup of water
1/2 cup of presweetened Koolaid powder
Put the cup of water, one cup of ice and the 1/2 cup of pre sweetened Koolaid into your blender. Blend until smooth. Add the last 2 cups of ice, blend until smooth.
So quick, so easy, so Disney!! Yum!! We make these at least once a week now, they are so simple to do! Grape is my favorite, Cherry is my youngest's. I've not tried lemonade, orange or ice tea yet, I bet those are yummy too!
Try it today, then let me know how yours turned out!
Today we have another Disney To Do while you are trying to find things to do while we do our part to spot the spread.
Disney Parks Blog is doing their part to help others stay entertained while indoors as we work together to flatten the curve. Check out these AMAZING drawing tutorials from Disney Artists! With so many beloved characters to choose from, you'll really enjoy these lessons!