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    43 Disney Gifts To Help Make Their Home The Happiest Place On Earth

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    1. A pack of Disney princess face masks that will win you the gift-giving crown.


    They come in four scents: lavender (Aurora), rose water (Belle), cucumber (Ariel), and green tea (Jasmine).

    Get a pack of four from Firebox for $18.99.

    2. A rose tumbler to remind them to drink more water, because dehydration is a tale as old as time.


    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    3. A pair of Wall-E mugs that come together to make a heart. It'll remind your recipient that no matter the distance, you're just a cup of coffee (or a fire extinguisher) away.

    Shop Disney

    Get them from Amazon for $42.95 or Shop Disney for $27.99.

    4. A pack of Disney Princess postcards they can send to friends or just hang in their castle.


    Get a pack of 100 from Amazon for $17.22.

    5. A pack of Disney socks guaranteed to give them some happy feet.


    Get them from Amazon: four pairs of white socks featuring the original crew for $13.50 or five pairs of various characters for $13.85 (available in 15 styles).

    6. A Mike Wazowski Airpod case so they can put those headphones back from they came from or so help me, so help me, and CUT!


    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    7. A Cinderella-approved sweatshirt that doesn't turn into a potato sack at midnight.


    Get it from TopTeeStudio on Etsy for $29.94 (available in sizes S–L and four colors) See a customizable option with plus sizes here.

    8. An adorable journal with matching character tabs perfect for jotting down daily moods or video game scores.


    How cute are these? They're making me want to go back to school just to use them.

    Get them from BoxLunch: the Inside Out one for $11.17 or the Wreck It Ralph< one for $8.24.

    9. A Mickey Mouse watch so you always know what time it is — time to watch some cartoons!,

    Get the black one for $174.95 or the red one for $55.24 from Amazon.

    10. A sweet little machine that pops out Death Star waffles that are to die for.


    Get it from Amazon for $44.99.

    11. OR a Mickey waffle maker to make their home feel like a Disney World resort.


    Promising review: "My 2-year-old loves Mickey Mouse, so I bought this waffle maker to make him Mickey shaped waffles. I reviewed several other Mickey Mouse waffle makers and decided on this one due to the great price and the fact that it makes traditional waffles complete with squares for the toppings to collect (vs. the flatter and more pancake-like appearance of the pricier waffle makers). The waffle maker is really easy to use and has non-stick plates that are truly non-stick and do not require cooking spray or oil prior to use. Inside the box was an instruction manual that included four different waffle recipes. I am looking forward to making the chocolate waffles! Some reviewers have complained about the small size of the waffles, which had me concerned — I don't want to be cooking waffles all morning just to get everyone fed. The size turned out to be be perfect! I served waffles with scrambled eggs on the side and my 2-year-old, my teen, and myself were satisfied with one waffle each." —DW

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    12. A Disney villains coloring book for your most dastardly friends. Warning: This book may cause maniacal cackling when used.


    It comes with 128 pages, buuuut they are double-sided so your giftee might not want to use markers if they wanna color each page.

    Get it from Amazon for $12.79.

    13. A Zero pet bed sure to put your favorite pet owner in good spirits.


    This gift will take you from Zero to hero.

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95+ (available in two sizes).

    14. An Our Adventure Book so your loved one can scrapbook your travels together — it'll make them tear up faster than the opening of Up.


    It has 80 pages, and comes with postcards and photo corner stickers. It works as a travel journal, wedding album, guest book, or whatever else they can come up with.

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    15. A Stitch blanket because Ohana means family and family means someone to keep you warm during movie night.


    Get it from Amazon for $25.99.

    16. A beautiful, hardcover copy of Winnie the Pooh so they never have to say, "oh bother!" when they realize they don't own this classic.


    Get it from Amazon for $11.30, Barnes & Noble for $12.89, BoxLunch for $12, or a local seller through Indiebound.

    17. A Lion King sweater to give to the Nala in your life.


    Get it from Asos: straight sizes for $24 (available in sizes 0–14) or plus sizes for $30 (available in sizes 14–28).

    18. A Disney version of Codenames sure to get the whole family together — give this to someone you see a lot because you're gonna want to come over to play all the time.


    Codenames is a super fun game that tests how well you can communicate with teammates and come up with abstract connections between various characters and scenes. It's great for players ages eight and up, and the play time is around 15 minutes per round.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.39.

    19. A Pua coin bank for people with as much wanderlust as Moana. Sadly, they have to save up for trips instead of sneaking off on a camakau.


    Get it from BoxLunch for $22.42.

    20. A cutie pie Pixar slow cooker so they can make delicious meals and dips for your next movie night. Maybe this is secretly gift for yourself???


    Promising review: "I use my crockpot multiple times a week, but just had a normal black 7-quart crockpot. My son just bought me this one. It's so fun! Every square has a different character. I love that the red knob is a rocket and on top of the glass lid is a star ball. I've got it cooking now, all seems perfectly normal as far as function. It's just so much more fun sitting on the counter than my plain black one." —RLEnglish

    Get it from Amazon for $24.94 (available for Prime members only).

    21. A glitzy tote bag fit for royalty — the type that can leave the house if they want and hasn't been turned into a monster for being a jerk.


    Get it from Amazon for $81.39 or Danielle Nicole for $58.80.

    22. A set of Coco-inspired dessert plates sure to make them ask, "does Disneyland deliver food?"

    Hot Topic

    Get a set of four from Hot Topic for $39.90.

    23. A pair of Lady and Tramp collar pins connected with a lil' spaghetti chain.


    Get them from BeMagicalStudio on Etsy for $13.99.

    24. A Nightmare Before Christmas Monopoly game so you can buy up all the real estate in Halloween Town.


    Because I, Jack, the pumpkin king, have grown so tired of the same old game. This version lets players be Jack’s Skull, Evil Teddy, Sally, Oogie Boogie, Zombie Duck, or the mayor’s hearse. Some locations include Dr. Finkelstein’s Laboratory, Sally’s Alley, Oogie Boogie’s Casino, and Jack’s Tower. You can also just grab a plain Disney-themed Monopoly for $22.99.

    Get it from Amazon for $37.73.

    25. A Peter Pan ear crawler almost guaranteed to make them happy enough to fly.


    Get it from TempestSociety on Etsy for $24.50.

    26. A pair of Chip and Dale Tsum Tsum lip balms you can share with your fellow Rescue Ranger.

    They smell like chocolate chip and oatmeal cookie.

    Get them from Amazon for $9.49.

    27. A Little Mermaid Starbucks mug that just makes sense.


    Get it from TheCharmingMouse on Etsy for $14.

    28. A coffee table book featuring the poster art from the Disney Parks.

    Disney Editions

    Get it from Amazon for $21.49, Barnes & Noble for $36, or from a local bookseller through Indiebound.

    29. A pack of Finding Nemo squirt toys they'll never lose track of.


    Get a pack of three from Amazon for $5.67.

    30. A Simba necklace for the person in your life who just can't wait to be king.


    Get it from TOTOanimals on Etsy for $25.50+ (available in six chain options).

    31. An Up house picture frame you can fill with a picture of you and your Ellie (or Russell or Dug!).


    Get it from BoxLunch for $18.32.

    32. An embroidered patch with a very common sentiment, especially during the winter months.


    Get it from CharmedAndCozy on Etsy for $8.

    33. A denim jacket for your favorite princess.

    Unique Vintage

    Get it from Unique Vintage for $79.95 (available in sizes S–4XL).

    34. A Mickey Mouse cheeseboard complete with a knife drawer. Expect them to host a lot more Disney movie viewings in the future.


    Promising review: "I absolutely love this cheeseboard! It makes a great housewarming gift. It's sturdy, cute, and of excellent quality. However, I did have one problem. The small cheese knife was confiscated at the airport security!" —Holli Berg

    Get it from Amazon for $37.99.

    35. A Hamm mug perfect for morning coffee or — more appropriately — loose change.


    Get it from Amazon for $14.95.

    36. A charm that looks just like the pawpsicle Nick was enjoying in Zootopia. Now if only it was edible...


    Get it from MaggieHandmadeBijoux on Etsy for $13.78+ (available as a pendant or keychain).

    37. A pair of Mickey studs for some subtle mousey style.

    Get them from Amazon for $8.99 (available in five finishes).

    38. A Baymax planter or pen holder that just wants to help.


    Get it from TheBuildPlate on Etsy for $11.79.

    39. A mouse-dotted sweater dress to make work the second happiest place on earth. Maybe.


    Get it from Torrid for $55.23 (available in sizes 10–30).

    40. A welcome mat that offers the same great hospitality as Lumiere.

    Promising review: "Got this as a gift for a friend who is a big fan of Beauty and the Beast. She LOVED it! We had to take it out of its package and unroll it so it could air out the smell and flatten better due to the type of doormat it is. The picture was correct and didn't look as if it would fade much with normal wear and tear. Thanks!" —KH

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99.

    41. An Elsa snowglobe so now they can be the ones to let it go (and snow).

    Pottery Barn Kids

    Get it from Pottery Barn Kids for $39.

    42. A Robin Hood pin that'll steal their heart.


    This is a seconds sale, so the pins are discounted and might have small imperfections.

    Get it from nyanzilla on Etsy for $5.

    43. Or, if all else fails, a Funko Pop! figure of their favorite Disney character.


    They seriously have everybody! Check out more options on Amazon or BoxLunch.

    Get them from Amazon: Buzz Lightyear for $10.97, Ursula for $8.66, Mushu for $10.87, or Moana for $12.53.

    Expect a big hug for these gifts!


    Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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