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Cinderella’s evil stepmother and stepsisters concept art

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"Aloha!”

"Aloha!”

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disneylandguru:

A Giveaway!

3 winners 

1st place winner gets the beautiful little mermaid necklace

2. Gets the beach ready bracelet doesn’t it remind you of flounder? 

3. Get the flip flop necklace. Do you love the sea and beach like Ariel? This is perfect for you

This shop is beautiful one of a kind pieces and the shop owner is only getting more creative so you are going to want to keep tabs on this shop! 

Check it out!


https://www.etsy.com/shop/KeepCalmAndBeadIt


(READ POST CAREFULLY TO MAKE SURE YOU KNOW HOW TO BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN)

Starting Date of Contest: July 21st, 2014

Closing Date of Contest: July 26th, 2014

Goal of Contest: Reblog this post

For more chances you can:

1. Message me with what you would buy from the shop 

2. Love it here on tumblr!


3. Follow her on intagram: @magoo213 

4. Love the etsy page

5. Follow the facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Keep-Calm-And-Bead-It/512737072175154

6. You can tweet the page, Pin it or facebook and message me the link and I will add your name in for more chances to win! Good Luck!

10. See Disneyland Guru on facebook to enter again!

How to Win:

Step 1- you must be a follower to Disneyland Guru

Step 2- Reblog the post

Rules and Regulations:

- Must live Somewhere in the usa!

-Must have a positive page- this means that a page that promotes destructive behavior are not eligible to win.

-No bashing (including me). This is a friendly contest!

- Contestants can spred the word for a contest. If you think of a place to spread this giveaway thats not listed Send me links to where you spread it for more chances to win!

- Must be of the age where parents or legal guardians don’t mind you receiving personal mail.

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disneytasthic:

kathudsonart:

Wanna decorate a room? Make a pillow? A giant snuggie? Cosplay? I have new patterns for sale on Spoonflower! Cotton, silk, faux suede, whatever your heart desires! They are also laptop and iphone skins on Society6.

http://www.spoonflower.com/profiles/spicysteweddemon

http://society6.com/spicysteweddemon

PLEASE don’t use without permission, and please don’t repost. Thanks, love you guys!!!!

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disneyland24-7:

gameraboy:

Bedknobs and Broomstics (1971)

I love this movie haha

disneyland24-7:

gameraboy:

Bedknobs and Broomstics (1971)

I love this movie haha

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101 Dalmatians (1961)

101 Dalmatians (1961)

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aclockworkonion:

This blew my mind on so many levels

aclockworkonion:

This blew my mind on so many levels

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didyouknowwaltdisney:

Did you know? That in the background of “When you wish upon a star” there are two books with titles hinting at the next feature films from Walt Disney Animation? Those titles are Alice in Wonderland, and Peter pan respectively. Walt Disney started to develop these films for the big screen around the time of Pinocchio’s release (Which was in 1940)! Yet they wouldn’t arrive in theaters until much later 1951 and 1953 to be exact! I almost wish Disney still did these kind of very early easter eggs in their films today. It would make for an exciting hunt for what hints could be possible upcoming features from the studio! 
For more facts like this one please follow the link!

didyouknowwaltdisney:

Did you know? That in the background of “When you wish upon a star” there are two books with titles hinting at the next feature films from Walt Disney Animation? Those titles are Alice in Wonderland, and Peter pan respectively. Walt Disney started to develop these films for the big screen around the time of Pinocchio’s release (Which was in 1940)! Yet they wouldn’t arrive in theaters until much later 1951 and 1953 to be exact! I almost wish Disney still did these kind of very early easter eggs in their films today. It would make for an exciting hunt for what hints could be possible upcoming features from the studio! 

For more facts like this one please follow the link!

(via secondstartotherightxo)