✏️ The Art of Drawing Disney Characters and Keeping the History Of Walt Alive ✏️

I have been eyeballing this sketch pad and these drawing books for the last like year at the Disney parks and finally “Santa” brought them to me for Christmas. I had the opportunity to do an art of animation class at Epcot during the Food and Wine Festival and fell in love with drawing the Disney characters. I never had the chance to make it to the class at Hollywood Studios before it closed this past year but hopefully Disney will bring it back for us to enjoy one day.

 I drew my first full body character from the book and it is a lot harder than it looks. The hands were defiantly my downfall.  All I can keep doing is practicing and help keep the Disney favorites alive. Until next time my friends, stay Disney and have a magical day! ❤️


 ⌛️ Happy New Year 2016 🎉

    From my whole Disney extended family and myself, we would like to wish you all a happy new year and we hope you have a great start in 2016. With many trips to Disney in your future. 🎆t

❤️🎨 My Hand Painted Disney TOMS ❤️🎨



Finally after months of procrastination, I finished them!!!!!! I was worried walking around the parks for hours on end that they would hurt my feet before it was all said and done and I was completely wrong. They are sooooooo comfortable. Now I need them in like every color lol.  🎨 

Pirate Night Style 

Delaney’s outfit for Pirate Night 2015

One of my favorite things to do on a Disney cruise is pirate night. It’s so fun to put together a pirate costume and wear it up on deck for a big party which ends with  fireworks out over the ocean. There are a lot of good tutorials online for easy and cheap DIY pirate costumes.  Ours is basically just a plain white T-shirt that we have cut jagged edges along the bottom, red solid material cut into strips for our belt/sach, eye patches from the dollar store and whatever type of shoes and pants you might already have around the house that would finish off the look.

Disney Dream Pirate Night 2014

The calm before the party starts

⭐️How to: Make a Disney Living Locket for Super Cheap ⭐️

Supplies you will need for this project:

Locket with magnetic closure

* I found mine at Michaels for around 4.00 after my 40% off coupon*

Chain any length (mine is a rolo style 30″ in length)

*These happened to be only 3.99 regular price and that day they were also 40% off…super cheap. Might as well get a couple at that price so when they tarnish and get dirty looking just switch it out with a new one*

Charms of your desire

*This is where your imagination can run wild. They sell living locket charms at most craft stores, etsy.com and other sites but I ordered these shown off eBay. They sell charms for any theme you can think of. Oh the possibilities. Just load your locket with the charms of your choice, latch closed and attach to your chain. That’s about it my friends, super easy and all together mine cost under 8.00 to make ✅.

 Until next time my friends, have a magical ✨ day!