With just a few days left in the year, we’re calling for a cozy, winter wonderland #DisneyWeekend. From hot cocoa to DIY blankets, there are so many Disney-inspired activities to enjoy with your kids. Keep reading to discover some of our favorite ways to bring snowy, Disney magic home to your family.
January 2019 Calendar
Elsa’s Hot Cocoa
Let it snow in your living room with a flurry of paper snowflakes full of hidden Mickeys. Make sure to grab some kid-friendly scissors for the little ones!
Vampirina in the Snow
Follow along with Vampirina and her clan as they have fun with a host of wintry activities. From sledding to snow angels, there is quite a lot to do on this hauntingly beautiful night-and it’s not complete until Vampirina tests her ballet skills on the ice! This cozy snow day tale and its enchanting cast of characters will warm your family’s spirits. Available from Disney Books.
Winnie the Pooh Winter Wonderland Party
Does your little one have a birthday this winter? This Winnie the Pooh party is completely covered in snow, and even includes a printable invitation!
Mickey & Friends Snowman Activity
Let your kids’ imaginations run wild with this mix-and-match snowman sticker printable featuring Mickey and his best pals.
Moana Paper Snowflakes
BB-8 Hot Water Bottle Cover
Frozen Snowflake Donuts
Mickey & Friends Ice Skating Playset
There’s nothing cooler than ice skating with your favorite Disney characters. Print this playset to create your own.
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms: The Dance of the Realms
With breathtaking illustrations, a deeply enchanting story, and a foreword written by celebrated dancer Misty Copeland, this picture book brings The Nutcracker and the Four Realms to life in a brand-new way. As the adventure from the film jumps off of the screen and onto the page, a new generation of readers and fans will be drawn in and enchanted by the holiday spirit, the beauty of dance, and the magic of storytelling. Available from Disney Books.
No-Sew Olaf Blanket
Create this no-sew fleece blanket inspired by Olaf’s Frozen Adventure. It is sure to make for one cozy family night in!
Mickey Snowman Cupcakes
This recipe makes light and fluffy vanilla cupcakes and a simple buttercream that you can ever snow easily turn into the snowman version of Mickey Mouse!
Winnie the Pooh Hot Cocoa
There’s no better way to enjoy a blustery day than with a warm cup of hot cocoa. Give it a Winnie the Pooh twist with an adorable cinnamon spice stencil of Pooh bear in a “hunny” pot mug!
Be sure to share all of the ways you’re celebrating winter by tagging us on @DisneyFamily on Instagram!
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