Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Cookies for...Mickey?

One last tree to share for Disney themed tree!

If you've visited my blog before, you probably aren't surprised that I have a Disney themed tree--I do love Disney!
First, let's start with the tree.
The tree topper is one of my ear headbands from Walt Disney World and the "wishing star" just below was a little gift included with my first dinner in Cinderella's Castle in 2014.
The little card that says 25 I received when I visited Walt Disney World for their 25th anniversary in 1997--the year the castle was a pink cake!  We were given the cards which say "guest of honor" at the top, and a sticker was applied for the year of your first visit--mine was in 1987.

The pumpkin Mickey candy bucket in the picture below is from this year's Halloween themed visit.

I've started collecting a pin (or two) for each of my trips for the special events I've attended and the different Disney resorts I've stayed at, some of which you can see below on the tree.
Shoe ornaments are a big thing at the parks--this one is Mulan's design,

and of course no Disney tree is complete without the Disney princesses, 

(This picture includes Ariel, Snow White, Tiana, Belle, and Rapunzel from Tangled)

and Frozen! 
Do you want to build a snowman?

Here are some of my Disney gifts this year:  Olaf, a Mickey shaped cookie cutter (maybe there will be a Disney tea in my future...I see a tea sandwich cutter!) and a Mickey shaped gingerbread cutter!!!  Next year I will have a lot of fun with my gingerbread cookies.

Under the tea I have characters from Mickey's Christmas Carol, which is probably my favorite childhood Christmas film.

I have a little picnic tea set under the tree so Santa can take a cookie break, with a Mickey mug perfect for milk (or tea or hot chocolate). 
My sister got the mug when were at Walt Disney World for Christmas in 2011 during Mickey's Christmas Party, and I borrowed it for today's post.

My Minnie cookie plate from last year's after Christmas sale.  It has a bit of a chip at the end of her hat, but a bit of clear nail polish and we are ready to go!

 And here ends my tree posts of 2015!


  1. You are such fun and full of whimsey and smiles! Your Disney tree is too cute! Carrie, have a happy and healthy and wonderful new year!

    I wish you and yours all the best life has to offer! ♥

  2. Your Disney tree is beyond adorable, Carrie! Now every time I see a Disney toy/ornament, I'll think of you.

    This Christmas I gave my friend's 3-year-old daughter (who dressed up as Olaf for Halloween; the parents were Sven and Kristoff. Hee!) a Frozen tea party rug with tea set. I told my friend that next time I come over, her daughter and I will have a Frozen tea party.

    I like your shopping philosophy! I'm the Queen of Indecisive Shoppers and drive my mom crazy with my waffling. Heh. The mouse in the teacup passed the 48-hour test so I did return to the store to buy one. Yay!

    Looking forward to more Tea Time Journeys in 2016. Happy New Year!


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