Disney Holiday Gift Guide

Disney Holiday Gift Guide

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Disney is my happy place. Well, one of them. And since I can’t spend Christmas at the Happiest Place on Earth then I can include Disney Gifts under my tree. There’s a Disney gift for every age and every budget. Here are a few things that I have added under our tree or am hoping that Santa picks up.

5 Second Rule – Disney Edition – You know we love us some games around here. This game is about speed and Disney. There are 300 Disney-centered questions so bring your Disney knowledge to the table and be prepared to be quick on your feet with only 5 seconds to come up with your answer. Can you name 3 Disney characters that wear blue in less than 5 seconds?

The Child (Grogu) Skillet – Baby Yoda, The Child, Grogu, whatever name you use, you know how hot this alien life form is. In fact, anything featuring it goes like hotcakes! Why not then a skillet that allows you to make hotcakes or pancakes in his shape?! There are two of these sitting under my tree for JustaBXgirl’s godparents. Target also has a Mickey Mouse version. They are going quickly though, so make sure to get yours today. Funny story, it actually sold out while I had it sitting in my shopping cart and I had to wait a day for them to be restocked!

Cinderella Castle Light-Up Play Set – Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary- Let me tell you a story about this castle. Every year when we go to Disney, we look at the old version in the gift shops. Every year, I tell JustaBXgirl that it is too big to come home with us. This year, seeing this 50th-anniversary version, I knew I had to say yes. It is the same price as the original and comes with so much more. We still haven’t unboxed ours because I want to capture the moment but that doesn’t stop us from loving it in its box. JustaBXgirl regularly presses the buttons for the firework show. It was definitely worth its price for this Disney family. It is a wonderful way to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Walt Disney World at home.

Disney’s Frozen 2 Story Telling Olaf – This Olaf plush with a moving mouth and eyes has three modes of play. Olaf re-tells the story of Frozen, straight from that hilarious scene in Disney’s Frozen 2! Olaf also shares fun facts from the film, and kids can also sing along with Olaf while he sings “When I am Older” from Frozen 2! Olaf is a favorite in our home and I think anyone that loves Frozen would love this.

Rapunzel 2021 Holiday Special Edition Doll – Rapunzel looks gorgeous in her winter look. If you’re a Rapunzel fan get this quickly because resellers are already getting crazy for this doll.

Disney Villains Devilishly Delicious Cookbook – JustaBXgirl has been getting into cookbooks recently. I enjoy using them as part of life skills in our homeschool journey. Cookbooks cover plenty of school subjects. This one has some delectable villainous dishes. Pour Unfortunate Rolls is the recipe that I am most excited about.

Disney Encanto Sing & Play Mirabel Feature Doll – JustaBXgirl can’t wait for this movie to come out. She already wants the toys from it. This doll is not only beautiful, but she also is musical. Mirabel plays the accordion (with your help) and sings.

Disney Doorables – These are some of my favorite things to collect. They make great stocking stuffers and main gifts depending on the size pack you purchase. There are 45 to collect in series 6 so gets to shopping.

Disney Hooyay Learn & Play Mickey Plush – I am loving this doll. It has different textures and is very interactive. It is available in Mickey also. It does numbers, letters, and body parts.

If you still are looking for more Disney fun, then check out this old Disney Gift Guide.

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