Taking a cue from the adult coloring book craze, Disney has launched a mobile app, Color by Disney, which allows users to color in templates featuring Disney characters or scenes from their movies. The app currently has hundreds of designs available for coloring.
The app is being marketed toward adults, as coloring has been thought to reduce stress. Features on the app allow you to choose which design you want, your pen type, and colors. Since it is from Disney, it differs from other coloring apps by including color palettes reminiscent of the films and more importantly, the option to add pixie dust! It plays pleasant music in the background, which also sets it apart from other apps.
If you like your work, you can share it on social media or save to your own device.
Download the app for free on the Apple Store, Google Play Store, or Windows App Store. To get unlimited access to the Disney art, there is a subscription service with three different packages – one week for $2.99, one month for $7.99, or one year for $39.99.
Well worth the price, if you ask us…
This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Disney Store and to celebrate the occasion, Disney is releasing a commemorative set of 30 pins! Beginning January 28, the Disney Store will be releasing three new pins every Saturday in-store and every Sunday online, through April 1. All of the pins are brand new!
In addition to the new set of pins, a special 30th Anniversary backpack will be available. When you purchase the backpack, you’ll receive a free 30th anniversary Jiminy Cricket pin!
What’s your 2017 New Year’s Resolution? If you’re looking to eat healthier foods, we’ve got a treat for you.
In 2015, Disney World’s Animal Kingdom opened a delightful little counter service Market that serves curry sausages, ribs, and other grilled foods. It’s called HARAMBE MARKET. The focus is on the traditional, complex use of herbs and spices in African cuisine.
We’re going to post the recipe for their healthy, refreshing, and unique Chickpea, Cucumber, and Tomato Salad. Be prepared to hunt down a few exotic ingredients, and give it time to marinate so that the flavors mix and deepen.
Click “Continue Reading” for recipe.
Disney World’s Magic Kingdom cabana rentals are ending in February 2017.
We were never a fan of the cabanas; it may have been worth the extra $500-700/day (yes, you’re reading that right!) if there had been Air Conditioning in the cabanas!
Disney World implemented the unsightly cabanas in 2016 as an add-on item to gain more revenue from existing park guests.
Happy Birthday to Stella, Animal Kingdom’s newest resident! Stella was birthed by 28 year old Donna.
You’ll be able to see Stella and Donna when you visit A.K.’s Kilimanjaro Safari attraction.
Confirmed: Choza Tequila Bar is coming to Epcot’s Mexico Pavillion! Here, you’ll find refreshing hand-crafted margaritas and classic Mexican cuisine like tacos, empanadas, chips and fresh guacamole.
We do not yet have a confirmed date, but rumors say March 2017!
(Maybe you can grab a couple drinks before heading over to wait in a two hour line for Frozen Ever After!)
Tyrus Wong, the artist behind the design of “Bambi,” died on Friday. He was 106.
Wong was a Chinese immigrant, and his vision for “Bambi” was inspired by landscape drawings from the Song Dynasty.
The film’s art was praised as a breakthrough when it came out., but Tyrus Wong’s work wasn’t widely recognized until he was in his 90s.