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Disney Tattoos: The Six Main Types

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  So you’re a Disney fan. You grew up watching the films on VHS and now use any cold or flu as an excuse to get back into your pyjamas and relive the magic on DVD or Blu-Ray. Perhaps you have even made the pilgrimage to one of the Disney Resorts or a Disney Show and listen to the soundtracks in the car. For those of us who were raised on Disney devotion, within this canon of films lie some of the most inspiring and encouraging moments of our childhood. Because Walt Disney has continued to influence and impact lives,...

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8 Disney Christmas Crafts To Get You In The Holiday Mood

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  Whether you are entertaining and need attractive table settings or simply want to decorate your Christmas tree with your favorite Disney characters, this list of great craft activities has something for everyone. The best part? All of our crafts are either printable, or utilise simple materials that you can find around the house. There's no better way to spend time together than putting on your favorite carols and making something for the season - and there's no better time to have family time than the holidays. Simply choose which of our crafts you want to make and click on the...

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Disney Ever After

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A Most Peculiar Mademoiselle   “Beauty and the Beast is my number 1 favorite thing. In life.”   April Lilly’s first Disney memory is of getting goosebumps as a toddler, while watching the introduction of Disney’s 1991 animated feature film, Beauty and the Beast. This memory was the beginning of a lifelong love affair with the film, and its lead character Belle.   “I live and breathe Beauty and the Beast! It’s my absolute favorite in all respects: storyline, message, princess, prince, music, epic kiss - everything. The Beast/Prince was my first crush, and I fell hard! It still counts even...

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Where For Art Thou Romero?

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The Art of Romero Britto     Born in Recife, Brazil in 1963, Romero Britto is known for his electic, neo-pop art which incorporates elements of cubism, pop art and graffiti mixed with vibrant colours and bold patterns. Britto sees his art as embodying a visual expression of hope and happiness, and reflects the inherent optimism that he feels toward the world, and toward life. Because of Romero’s radiant spirit and uplifting pieces of art, he has now come to be regarded as one of the greatest pop artists of the modern world. Despite his accomplishment in the international art...

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The Jim Shore Phenomenon

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If you ask any Disney collector to identify their favorite piece, chances are, they will name a piece that was created by the amazing Jim Shore.  Jim’s unique and distinctive style has become a favorite among Disney collectors and has created a worldwide phenomenon.     About Jim Shore  If you are a Disney collector and you haven’t heard of Jim Shore…you must be living under a rock. However, not everyone knows how this amazing artist came to produce some of the bestselling figurines in the industry. Jim was raised on a rural property in South Carolina, USA by two...

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