Christmas Gift Guide: For The Grown Up Disney Lover.

10 comments

Canvas // Frozen Bangle // Makeup Bag // Diary // Elsa Figurine // Salt & Pepper Shakers // Knickers // Pyjama Top // Charm Necklace // Pyjamas //

I'm back with another Christmas gift guide (no, it's never too early!) and I thought it would be a good idea to make it one of my favourite themes - Disney! On my recent Disney at BHS post, a few lovely bloggers commented that they loved the range as it wasn't too childish - so I tried to make this Disney post as sophisticated as possible! My favourite item of the gift guide is the Ariel canvas in the top left corner. These are part of the Disneyland Paris collection and there are lots of other Disney icons available. I can just picture these lined up above my bed with fairy lights - perfect! If you have a Disney lover in your family or friendship group (or it may be you!) then I hope this guide gives you a little help for their Christmas gift!
 
SHARE:
Next PostNewer Post Previous PostOlder Post Home

10 comments

  1. Oh, this makes my inner Disney princess very happy! Lots of colour and happy and sparkle! I may have to get that makeup bag! SO CUTE!! xx

    Dee | PromptsByDee

    ReplyDelete
  2. Squeeee, this is like the perfect Christmas list for me! Disney just doesn't get old, does it? I especially love those cute little salt and pepper shakers, and the sleeping beauty PJ top x

    Olivia's Notebook

    ReplyDelete
  3. Awww love this post! In love with the Little Mermaid Print!

    Emily x // EmGrace

    ReplyDelete
  4. Ah how cute is the bangle! I love Disney, I went to Disney on Ice last year and I honestly was so much more into it than all the kids.

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

    Too Faced giveaway

    ReplyDelete
  5. I'm in love with the makeup bag, it's so cute! x

    JordanAlice

    ReplyDelete
  6. The makeup bag and diary are really nice! I wouldn't mind buying them for myself ;)

    www.thatsfetch.com

    ReplyDelete
  7. I love these grown up disney things! I think because the 'real' cartoon films are loved by an older generation now, these things really appeal more to us than they do kids! Young at heart ;)

    You have a lovely blog :) thanks for sending me the link.
    Emma @ emmadrusilla.blogspot.co.uk

    ReplyDelete

BLOGGER TEMPLATE BY pipdig