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Recently I wrote about the new line of “It’s A Small World” themed bags by LeSportsac – and I was lucky enough to be able to try one out, and I am thrilled to share all about it!
This particular bag is part of the Global Journey collection from LeSportsac, and features multiple countries represented in beige geometric patterns with bursts of color, and dark gray piping/straps. I think what I like most about this pattern is it really can go with just about anything – and the gray accents are the perfect touch.
Disney Consumer Products celebrates springtime with a line of products, featured below, including books and eBooks with your favorite characters, such as Minnie Mouse, Mater, and Phineas and Ferb; swimwear from Disney Store for boys and girls, perfect for spring break; and fun and flirty clothes and accessories by D-Signed Stylediaries found exclusively at Target.
Join all your favorite Disney characters on their Easter adventures with Disney Publishing Worldwide:
- Disney Storybooks: These eBooks contain embedded audio, which enhance your child’s reading experience. Price: $4.99 US / $5.50 CAN; imprint: Disney Press; available wherever eBooks are sold.
- Minnie: Easter Bonnet Parade - Join Minnie Mouse and the Bow-tique gang for an Easter bonnet parade! ISBN: 9781423191803; ages: 3–5.
- Disney Bunnies: I Love You, My Bunnies - Thumper and his sisters venture out on a spring day to make their mama the perfect gift: a twig basket filled with flowers. ISBN: 9781423195443; ages: 3–5.
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Easter Hunt - Grumpy Pete tries to sneak into a Clubhouse party and accidentally says the wrong magic words that break the Clubhouse apart. It’s up to Mickey and the reader to search for the missing pieces to put the Clubhouse back together in time for Easter. ISBN: 9781423195573; ages: 3–5.
- Toy Story: The Bunny Surprise - When Bonnie gets a bunny in her Easter basket, all the toys are excited…but the bunny won’t play with them! Join Woody, Buzz, and the gang as they try everything to make a new friend. ISBN: 9781423195733; ages: 6–8.
- Phineas and Ferb: The Easter Eggs-travaganza - It’s Easter, and what better way for Phineas and Ferb to celebrate than to throw a giant festival in their backyard, complete with rockin’ bands and candy-shooting cannons? ISBN: 9781423195764; ages: 6–8.
- Mater and the Easter Buggy ($12.99 US / $13.99 CAN) - It’s Easter in Radiator Springs and no one is more excited than Mater. This adorable picture book featuring everyone’s favorite Cars characters has foil on the cover and is perfect for Easter baskets…or tires! Print ISBN: 9781423138754; eBook ISBN: 9781423169710; ages: 3–5; imprint: Disney Press; available now wherever books and eBooks are sold.
- Pooh’s Easter Basket ($5.99 US / $6.50 CAN) - It’s Easter in the Hundred-Acre Wood and Winnie the Pooh and his friends are ready to celebrate! This Easter basket-shaped book with a braided cord handle is sure to become a favorite at Easter-time and beyond. Print ISBN: 9781423149538; ages: 3–6; imprint: Disney Press; available now wherever books are sold.
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Yep, you heard right Disney Dollars are back and just in time for Spring Break trips and Easter baskets. While heroes rarely back villains on on the silver screen, they’re doing just that on the 2013 limited-edition series of Disney Dollars available now at the Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort.
The new series included four unique designs of the $1 bill, with the front displaying classic Disney Villains and back depicting the heroes who managed to thwart those villains diabolical plans.
Featured evildoers include Captain Hook (backed by peter Pan and Wendy); Cruella De Vil (backed by a trio Dalmatians); Maleficent in dragon form (backed by Prince Phillips and Princess Aurora); and Ursula with Flotsam ad Jetsam (backed by Prince Eric and Ariel).
A Disney Parks tradition since 1987, Disney Dollars may be collected as souvenirs or redeemed for use as currency within the Disneyland and Walt Disney World resorts, as well as at Disney Stores.
While the new “Villains and Heroes” series is available only in $1 bills, other Disney Dollar designs are available in denominations of $1, $5 and $10. When you buy $25 of the new edition, they come sealed with consecutive serial numbers. You may want to call ahead before traveling to your nearest Disney Store because some didn’t get them and some are already out. You can also call your favorite Disney Shopper and have them pick you up some before they are gone.
Do you collect Disney Dollars? Let us know in the comment box below.
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Disney souvenirs can be an expensive part of your vacation, but you can get authentic Disney souvenirs at Marketplace Fun Finds for reasonable prices. There’s a great store at Downtown Disney called Marketplace Fun Finds where you can get your Disney souvenirs marked down to just a few dollars! Downtown Disney has no cost for admission and even offers free parking! Although the largest Disney store, World of Disney, is found here, there are plenty of other great places to get souvenirs! Marketplace Fun Finds can be found in the Marketplace section of Downtown Disney, next to Little MissMatched. This store has brand new, Disney merchandise for affordable prices!
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Another great way to both save and earn money for your Disney World vacation is with a Disney Rewards Visa card. This card gives you money back on every purchase you make with the card and can even save you money at select Disney locations. Disney Rewards Visa card holders can use their Disney Dream Reward dollars at Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney, Aulani, and more!
Chase offers two different Disney Rewards Visa card- the Disney Rewards Visa card and the Disney Premier Visa card. With the Disney Rewards Visa card, you earn 1% back on every purchase you make and pay no annual fee. The Disney Premier Visa card has an annual fee of $49, but cardholders earn 1% back on all purchases and 2% back on purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants and select Disney locations. How often you will use your card will determine which card is best for you. Disney Premier card holders can also redeem their Disney reward dollars towards airfare. You can use your Disney Dream Reward dollars to pay for your vacation!
All Disney visa card holders receive other great perks, regardless of which card you carry. You save 10% every time on purchases of $50 or more at the Disney Store and DisneyStore.com. You can also get six months with no interest when you use your card to pay for your Disney vacation- Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, and Aulani. You can also get a $50 onboard credit with Disney Cruise Line if you pay your vacation in full with your card. When you’re at Disney World, you can get a free 5 x 7 photograph with Mickey Mouse at a special card-member location at Epcot when you show your Disney Rewards Visa card. Plus, you can choose a card with your favorite Disney design!
Another great benefit of having a Disney visa is that you have access to Disney’s special offers before anyone else! You’re the first to hear about and be able to book special promotions!
Do you have a Disney Rewards Visa card? What have you bought with your Disney Dream Reward dollars? What’s your favorite perk of having a Disney Rewards Visa card?
- Saving for Disney: Disney Rewards Visa (adisneymomsthoughts.com)
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