AD-Fan Friday Returns To shopDisney!

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One of my favourite events has returned to shopDisney, Fan Friday is back! From now until 8am on Tuesday 27th April, get 20% off selected home, apparel and accessories. Simply click here to shop and use code FAN10 for an extra 10% off at checkout!

Here are the top ten products on offer for Fan Friday.

  1. Winnie the Pooh Backpack. Was £26.95, Fan Friday price £13.48.

2. Marvel Black Hooded Sweatshirt for Adults. Was £35, Fan Friday price £17.50.

3. Mickey Mouse Backpack. Was 20.95, Fan Friday price £10.48.

4. Alien Remix Ladies T-shirt. Was £16, Fan Friday price £8.

5. Marvel Cap for Adults. Was £12.95, Fan Friday price £6.48.

6. National Geographic Backpack. Was £140, Fan Friday price £70.

7. Avengers Sketch Hooded Sweatshirt for Adults. Was £35, Fan Friday price £17.50.

8. Mickey and Minnie Cartoon Tote Bag. Was £22, Fan Friday price £11.

9. Winnie the Pooh Umbrella. Was £14.95, Fan Friday price £7.48.

10. Marvel Ladies Lounge Shirt. Was £20, Fan Friday price £10.

These great deals won’t hang around for long, so add them to your basket fast!

I have listed my favourite products below.

Mickey Mouse Denim Jacket for Adults. Was £50, Fan Friday price £40.

Mickey Mouse Denim Skirt for Adults. Was £35, Fan Friday price £28.

Mickey Mouse Jump T-shirt for Adults. Was £18, Fan Friday price £14.40.

Loungefly Minnie Mouse Polka Dot Mini Backpack. Was £75, Fan Friday price £52.50.

Lego Mickey and Minnie Figures Set 43179. Was £169.99, Fan Friday price £144.49.

Let me know if your favourites are included in shopDisney Fan Friday?

Alannah x

shopDisney Pluto 90th Anniversary Key Release

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This Friday, shopDisney will release their latest Opening Ceremony key. Pluto recently celebrated his 90th anniversary and to celebrate, this gorgeous new key design will feature Pluto! The key is bright and colourful and features Pluto in black and white and in full colour and also includes some adorable paw prints!

The Pluto Opening Ceremony key will be available on Friday 11th September from 8am online at shopDisney. There will be 22,000 keys available for 24 hours, or until they sell out. To qualify for the free key, you must spend £20 or more on qualifying products and enter the code PLUTO90 at checkout.

A Pluto pin will also be available to purchase on Friday for £10. There is a limit of one per person, and two per household. 

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Quinn and I have been collecting shopDisney keys for almost two years now, and we are both super excited for Friday’s release! Are you a key collector? If so, let me know your favourite so far in the comments! 

Alannah x

New shopDisney Cloth Face Coverings

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Disney’s cloth face coverings are available to pre-order now over on shopDisney! The family friendly reusable cloth coverings are available online only and come in a variety of fun designs. They come in a pack of 4, with sizes ranging from small to extra large. shopDisney recommend that you check the Disney Store European product sizing guide, to help find the correct size for you. It’s important to do so, as there are no refunds, exchanges or returns unless the item is faulty.

Here is a selection of cloth face coverings available on shopDisney. Each set includes four unique designs. I love the Mickey and Minnie and the Disney Princess designs!

Mickey and Minnie 

Designs include-Mickey icon print, Mickey character print, Minnie character print and Minnie with polka dots character print.

Classic Disney

Designs include-Mickey Mouse, Winnie the Pooh, Stitch and Marie.

Star Wars

Designs include-The Child, R2-D2, Star Wars symbols and Star Wars characters.

Disney Princess

Designs include-The Little Mermaid, Frozen, Disney Princess names and all over character print.

Marvel

Designs include-Marvel logo, Black Panther symbols, Marvel characters and symbols and Hulk.

Disney Pixar

Designs include-Mike Wazowski, Forky, Disney Pixar characters on blue background and Disney Pixar characters on white background.

What’s best about the shopDisney cloth face coverings, is that Disney will donate 100% of the proceeds from the sales of the face coverings, up to £500,000, to the Red Cross organisations across Europe to support people in crisis. In addition, Disney is donating 100,000 of the cloth face coverings to vulnerable children and families in local communities through their long-standing charity partnerships, who provide comfort and inspiration to children facing serious illness, trauma and isolation.

Have you ordered any of the designs? I would love to hear your favourites! 

Alannah x

Back To School With ShopDisney

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In the blink of an eye, summer has almost passed and preparations for heading back to school are in full swing. This week marks Quinn’s first week back at school since March, so I thought amongst all the preparations, I’d share some fantastic products that shopDisney have to offer.

Toy Story 4 Backpack £18.95

The character design on this backpack is so cute! I love the fact that there are lots of pockets for storage.

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Loungefly Mickey Mouse Rainbow Backpack £29.95

This has to be my favourite bag design on shopDisney at the minute. I love the rainbow colours and its 3D Mickey Ears makes the bag even more fun!

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Frozen 2 Lunch Bag £12.95

How pretty is this lunch bag! I love the sparkles, and the shape is perfect for fitting in a water bottle and lunch.

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The Little Mermaid Water Bottle £7.50

Not only is this bottle sturdy, but it also comes with a flip top straw and they can attach the built on handle to bags. There a few designs in the range, this one being my favourite. If you buy two, you save 10%, 3 you save 15% or 4 you save 20%.

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You can save 20% on selected back to school items until 25/9/20. Here are some of my favourite stationery kits.

Disney Pixar Zip-Up Stationary, Kit £9.60

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Belle Zip-Up Stationery Kit, Beauty and the Beast £9.60

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Minnie Mouse Mystical Stationery Supply Kit £6.40

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Alannah x

Celebrating 25 Years Of Toy Story With shopDisney 25th Anniversary Toy Story Key

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This morning shopDisney released their latest key, and it’s a special one! The Disney Store Toy Story 25th anniversary key celebrates 25 years of Toy Story. Can you believe it’s been gracing our screens and toy boxes since 1995!

I love the new key design which features everyone’s much loved favourite characters, Woody and Buzz. The red, yellow and blue colours take inspiration from the Luxo ball which features on the key alongside the Luxo lamp, just as it did on last year’s shopDisney Toy Story 4 key. Andy’s signature cloud wallpaper completes the design, which I’m sure will be very popular amongst Toy Story and Pixar fans alike.

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shopDisney released 22,000 of the keys this morning and they will remain online for 24 hours or until they sell out, whichever comes first. To qualify for the free key, you must spend £20 or more on qualifying products and enter the code TS25 at checkout.

I am so excited about this key release and can’t wait to add the new key to my collection. Will you be adding the key to your collection?

Alannah x

Spending The Weekend In Edinburgh Post Lockdown

 

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Last weekend my family and I went off on a little adventure to Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh. It wasn’t our summer trip to Walt Disney World that we had originally planned, but Edinburgh is lovely and it was great to get away for a break from everyday life. My plan for the weekend was to spend most of our time outdoors visiting local spots, to have a socially distanced meet with our friends and to eat out at a couple of restaurants for the first time in four months.

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Scotland is currently heading towards phase four on the recovery from Covid 19. Hotels, restaurants and some attractions have started to open with use of social distancing measures and masks now being a requirement when visiting shops. We had planned to drive the two and a half hour journey and had originally booked the Edinburgh Marriott on the outskirts of the city. We didn’t feel entirely comfortable using public transport each day, so decided upon a change of our hotel at the last minute to the Travelodge at Edinburgh Central, situated just off the Royal Mile. That way we could park in the hotel car park and make our way around the city on foot. The hotel had recently received a refurb and the room we stayed in felt brand new and was very clean. I took extra precautions to wipe all surfaces and touch points down with antibacterial wipes to put my mind at ease. We wore our masks when entering and exiting the hotel, as did the hotel staff. There was an antibacterial gel station positioned at the front door and we washed our hands with our own soap and antibacterial gel once we got back up to our room. 

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I feel very lucky to live in such a gorgeous country with so many beauty spots to visit. The first thing we did upon arriving in Edinburgh was to hike up Arthur’s Seat. Arthur’s Seat is an extinct volcano boasting breathtaking views that rises 822 feet above the city. It was quite a strenuous walk to the top, but very rewarding indeed. On our walk back to the hotel, we explored Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Scottish Parliament. Neither were open, but it was lovely to see them both none the less. After a quick shower and change, we went to dinner at Hard Rock Cafe, one of our favourite places to eat as a family. I would be lying if I said Kevin and I weren’t a little nervous about visiting a restaurant again with Quinn, but we had such a lovely experience and were well taken care of. We were greeted at the door by the manager who explained to us that we wouldn’t need to wear masks in the dining area, but would need to if we were to visit the shop. Our server took us to our table, where guitar picks were used to save any unnecessary trips to our table. Our food was delicious and we left very happy and very full!

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The next morning, we started our day off with a Starbucks and a walk up the Royal Mile to Edinburgh Castle. It was unbelievably quiet with a lot of shops and restaurants remaining closed. We met our friends Kris and Jamie for brunch at Mimi’s bakehouseand I had the yummiest homemade macaroni and cheese with raspberry and lime soda. Quinn wanted to go on a Harry Potter adventure, so Jamie played tour guide on our tour around the city that started at The Elephant House Cafe – the birthplace of Harry Potter and finished in the colourful cobbled Victorian Street –  the inspiration behind Diagon Alley. We visited the “real” Ollivanders, Museum Context and Quinn looked the most adorable in his Ron Weasley jumper he chose out! After our magical experience, we headed to Princes Street Gardens for a rest. Quinn was desperate for us to eat dinner at Mamma’s American Pizza, a favourite of his, so we booked a table and made our way over to The Grassmarket. The fresh hand rolled pizza is delicious and as an added bonus, it was founded and ran by Y-Wing pilot Gold Leader in Star Wars:episode IV:A New Hope and Rogue One!

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On the Sunday morning we took a trip to The Edinburgh Dungeon. Neither Kevin, Quinn or I had been and I was very excited to visit. We wore our masks throughout and I was picked on in almost every room by the live actors, which caused much hilarity within our group! Overall we had such a fun time learning some dark, underground history! We said our goodbyes before heading home, but not before one last magical stop at the Never Land play park in Kirriemuir. Not only is it our favourite place to visit in Scotland, but its the birthplace of Peter Pan author J.M Barrie and the small town is filled with magic and heritage!

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I was completely tired out after our weekend away, but it was definitely what we all needed after a hard few months. Do you have any plans for the summer? Let me know in the comments!

Alannah x