When you got your Disney masks in, if they were a little snug for you we've got great news! Disney is making an XL size. Designed for those who the Large didn't quite fit, this might be your chance to wear your favorite designs more comfortably!
Preorders are happening now, at ShopDisney.
Not sure what size you need? There's a chart to measure with. We LOVE our masks, you can read about that here, however, the Large didn't fit Mr. Disney, so it will be great he can have these.
When I let you guys know that Disney was selling face masks, I was over the moon. I ordered three sets, and they just came in a few days ago.
Regardless about how you personally feel about face masks, in our area, and for our family they are the right choice, so I have bought a ton, looking for the perfect ones. We've tried Etsy, Old Navy, Vida (LOVE THOSE!) handmade ones from multiple people these Disney ones.
The Disney masks... WOW. But there are a few things you need to know. I've heard these masks run small, but I disagree.
The Disney masks are so soft. They are so comfortable, I forget I am wearing mine. We ordered the Marvel in a Medium, and it fits the 7 year old, though is a tad big. I adjusted it with a DIY paracord and clip method. The Mediums are too small for myself and our 12 year old. I ordered Large for the rest of us. They are too small for Mr. Disney Magic.
These are 2 layers, polyester on the outside, and cotton in the inside and made in Hondurus. They form a good seal around the mouth, but there is no nose clip. If you want a third layer, I think it would be very easy to add on yourself with flannel.
These are super comfy, and we love them so much!! I have heard that Disney is selling the masks individually for $5 each at Disney Springs and will also be in the Parks, so I plan to get a few of the designs that I love while we are there and I don't have. (And maybe a few more that I do!)
Have you tried these yet? Do you love them as much as I do?
I was absolutely shocked to hear that one of my kid's favorite chips was INVENTED at Disneyland! How amazing is that?
The story goes that a restaurant had a ton of stale tortillas they had thrown out. A salesman suggested that they fry them and sell them as chips instead of just tossing them. The staff repurposed those throw aways, and the result became so popular, it was eventually snapped up by Frito Lays!
You can click here to read the whole story while I head to the kitchen to snack on some Disney magic!
There have been some great (and some not as great) movies and documentaries made about Walt Disney. Some are a little harder to find, others, you don't need to look farther than Amazon Prime!
Here's a list! Have you seen any of these?
Walt Before Mickey
Thought not rated very highly, I actually really liked Walt Before Mickey. It's a good length for children to watch and get his story, and while yes, so many details are left out, and it's not perfect, its a good, heart warming movie. The actors were really good, you knew who to cheer for, and who to boo. A perfect starting movie for a young Disney fan, and I think that's huge, since many times, especially with children, things are too complicated for them to understand.
Walt Disney: The American Experience
If you want quality, you KNOW PBS is the place to deliver. A bit too long for a movie night, or for the younger kids, but with so much goodness stuffed in, this might be the absolute best documentary about Walt Disney.
Walt The Man Behind The Myth
With Dick Van Dyke narrating, even if you are feeling Disney's out (wait...is that even a thing?!) This is a great one to watch!
Saving Mr. Banks
I know...this isn't technically a movie about Walt, and it's not 100% true, but it's still a really good movie. It gives you some glimpses into how this movie was created, with Walt, the Sherman Brothers and spot on scenes of Walt's office.
As Dreamers Do: The Amazing Life of Walt Disney
Rated the lowest of all, I can't give my own opinion yet, because I havn't seen this one. It's in my queue, but since my kids want to watch it with me, it's been tough to find a time where we can. Have you seen this one ?
I'm sure we are missing a few...what else have you found? There are loads of documentaries, that Walt is part of, but you know what I'd really like to see? A documentary about Roy, because he was so instrumental to Walt's success! Do you agree?
Amazon and Disney have joined forces! Every month in 2020, Amazon is going to have an exclusive Mickey plush for sale! Additionally, they have a few other only on Amazon items! This is all part of the celebration of the Lunar New Year, and the Year of the Mouse (technically it's year of the rat)
Reminiscent of the Disney Store Exclusive plush last year, these dolls are (so far) at a price point of $29.99. Each plush comes boxed, and it about 16 inches high. These aren't the only things Mickey, there is much more to look at by clicking here.