No Sew Mickey Ice Cream Bar Costume: Disneyland Treats Costume

Walking right down the middle of Main Street USA with this Mickey Ice Cream Bar costume. No sewing required and made with inexpensive materials, this costume is as sweet as the real thing! My 2 year old loves “Mickey pockles” aka Mickey popsicles, so when we chose our Disneyland food Halloween costume theme this year, I knew she needed to be our Mickey Ice Cream Bar!

Mickey Ice Cream Bar Costume

She absolutely loves her Mickey popsicle costume and it was really easy to make! My sewing machine and I don’t get along, so none of my Halloween costumes ever require them. They are all no sew costumes! The Mickey Ice Cream Bar costume was the easiest of all of our family costumes this year. Here is what I used to create it… [Read more…]

Mickey Mouse Tote Bag

This post is sponsored by Expressions Vinyl. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

We’re headed to Disneyland next month and we’re getting everything prepped and ready to go! One thing that I knew I wanted to take was a fun Disney tote bag that we could keep all of our Disneyland essentials in. I wanted something Disney themed, without feeling too cheesy. That’s why I loved this simple Mickey Mouse inspired design I came up with!

Mickey Mouse Tote Bag

This tote only takes a few minutes to make and it is so easy to do! Here is what you will need to make your own…  [Read more…]

Simple Printable Service Project for Kids

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We have loved Mickey and the Roaster Racers literally since the very first episode aired. That is why I am so excited to have Disney Junior sponsoring this post! My daughter loves that all of her favorite Mickey Mouse characters are on a new show and loves each of their cars. She has actually learned quite a bit about geography as the Roadster Racers travel the world for their races on each episode. I really like the Happy Helpers segments with Minnie and Daisy. They show Minnie and Daisy as they help different people in various situations as they learn new skills along the way. It inspired me to create a little Happy Helpers service project race for kids to participate in!

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I love the idea of teaching children to perform acts of service, without any rewards attached to them. If they are treating it like a race based off of one of their favorite shows, it makes it even more enjoyable! I wanted to make each service activity something that could be done by a variety of ages and made it a printable list so you can easily print it and get serving! [Read more…]