There are a variety of Special Events that kids (age 4-12) can take part in, for an additional fee. One of them is the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party, held at 1900 Park Fare at the Grand Floridian.
This is an activity that you drop off your child for an hour. They started the event by doing a craft. Then Alice and the Mad Hatter Arrive for Tea!
The kids decorate cupcakes and then eat them with their tea (aka apple juice). After Tea they played a game of Hide n Seek, then had more Tea!
There is a Disney Photographer present, and after the event you can go to a Photo Pass booth and add the photos of your child into your Photo Pass account.
Gemma was 10 when she attended the Tea Party. She enjoyed herself, but was one of the oldest kids. So, although it is open to kids up to 12, a 12 year old may not enjoy it as much.
Have you attended the Alice in Wonderland Tea Party?
Today I am showing you the Spellbinders Picture Perfect Die set! I loved this set because you can quickly make a beautiful holiday card. I started by painting the background with light blue and white paint. Once it was dried I sprayed some Perfect Pearl spray over it to give it a bit of a shine. You want to spray from the distance so it gives a light spattering of pearl.
I then cut the die from a white glitter paper and a white shimmer paper. I suggest adding a layer of wax paper between the die and the paper so it will be easy to pop out the die cut! Then I glued the die onto my card. I also cut out the extra little trees and house and glued them on top for a little more dimension.
I finished off the card by adding Joy from the Holiday Sentiments die cut set!
When I made the card on the right, I sprayed the Perfect Pearls at the end. That is why the white isn’t perfectly white.
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On the next episode I am making Holiday Canvases using the Hazel and Ruby Stencil Masks!
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Gemma and I love to eat while we are at Disney and this includes snacks! Yes, you can get Ice Cream Sandwiches any where, but when they are shaped as Mickey Mouse they just taste better!! On a hot Florida day, a Mickey Ice Cream Sandwich is a great treat!! You can get the Mickey Ice Cream Sandwiches from carts throughout the Park and at the resorts!
Today I am showing you the WRMK Star Ornament Die! This die is great all year long, but you can make it Christmassy by using red and green papers! I have used papers from the Basics Paper Pad. You cut the die 6 times and then simply turn the pieces and adhere them – I used glue dots. I show you how to do this in the video.
Once you have your 6 pieces done, adhere 3 pieces to each other and then the 2 sets of 3 together. I originally used Glue Dots, but then I went back and stapled the pieces together. Add a piece of ribbon or twine through the hole and it is ready to hang! I am hanging mine on our bedroom doors!
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On the next episode I am showing you the Spellbinders Picture Perfect die!
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Gemma and I love meeting the Characters. You can also get their autographs! Mickey Mouse is a staple and there are many places to meet him. The best thing is that he changes his outfit depending where he is. At the Magic Kingdom you can meet Talking Mickey. He even plays Magic Tricks!! You will find Talking Mickey at the Town Square Theatre, near the entrance of the Park!
You will find Sorcerer Mickey at the Animation Studio in Hollywood Studios.
At the Animal Kingdom you will find Safari Mickey! Mickey is also at the Character Spot in Epcot, but strangely we have never gone there. We will rectify that on our next trip.
Mickey Mouse also hangs out at some restaurants! Of course there is Chef Mickey!!
Farmer Mickey is at the Garden Grill in Epcot.
Safari Mickey hangs out at Tusker House in the Animal Kingdom.
Mickey even dresses up for Halloween! (Only during the Special Event Halloween Parties)
And he has a fun Christmas Sweater too! This picture was taken at the Animal Kingdom a few years ago. I don’t know if he still dresses like this at Christmas.
Where is your favourite place to meet Mickey Mouse?