Disney Side Home Celebration #DisneySide

February 15, 2015

Disney Side

Disclosure: I received free products in order to host a Disney Side @Home Celebration from Disney Parks and MomSelect. No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

We have been hit pretty hard with snow this Season. Our kids have had 11 snow days so far and that took them right up to February vacation. So, we have been busy celebrating our Disney Side as much as possible, both inside and out, with snowmen, snow forts, snow slides and sno cones. (easy homemade syrup recipe below) As well as baking cakes, cupcakes and fun homemade clay shapes. (easy recipe below)

We love all things Disney and the kids are looking forward to a visit to Walt Disney World at some point. My two kids are ages 5 and 7, and although at a perfect age to visit, we want to wait til they are a bit older. We do, however, enjoy everything Disney while we are waiting and a #DisneySide party was a great excuse for a fun get together with a few friends and neighbors.

Disney Side
We had many successful sharings from our very generous party box including HP CMYK photo paper with envelopes and the really cute Disney luggage tags, (left) both were massive hits!!

What's your #DisneySide?

Show your DisneySide: "the side of you that says 'yes' more often, laughs louder and lives life to the fullest. It's the side of you that embraces fun and comes out to play the moment you step through the gates at Disney Parks."

Disney really knows how to throw a party, they had many fun ideas provided in our party kit including; pin a smile on mickey mouse, Disney bingo, trivia, matching games, word searches and a family tree. Also, great decorations that included a mickey mouse banner, mickey paper products, cake stands, table cloth, food labels and much more to make a party memorable!


We had plenty to keep us entertained including: pin the smile on mickey, we made clay shapes and while they baked, we made the best Tie-Dye cake ever, it was so much fun, having the bowls out for each color, the kids loved it. We also made "snow" cones and painted the baked clay shapes.
Here are our easy recipes:

#DisneySideHomemade Clay Recipe:

1 cup of flour (we used wheat)
1/2 cup of salt
1 tbsp vegetable oil
Up to 1 cup of water

Use your favorite cookie cutters to shape
(use a small straw to make a hole for a necklace or decoration, if desired)
Bake at 250 for 1 hour.
Allow to cool and paint.

#DisneySideHomemade "Snow" Cone Syrup Recipe:

3/4 cup water
3/4 cup sugar
1 small packet (.13 oz) Kool Aid (do not need to use all)
Shaved ice or FRESH snow

Bring water and sugar to a boil, simmer for 2-3 minutes,
remove from heat and slowly add in kool aid, stiring constantly.
Allow to cool, poor over shaved ice (or, in our case, snow :)

Share in the Disney fun with hashtag #DisneySide and show your DisneySide and Disney adventures!!


#Soy Vay Veri Veri Teriyaki #All Mighty Pacs #Debuff  #Twinnings

Additional Resources:

For some great recipes and fun activities - visit the #DisneySide website below:

Website: www.DisneySideCelebrations.com
Twitter: @DisneyParks
Facebook page: Walt Disney World
YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/DisneyParks

A huge thanks to Disney and MomSelect!

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