From the Disney Parks Blog and written by: Thomas Smith
With the arrival of Mother’s Day weekend, we’re bringing more #DisneyMagicMoments to everyone at home with a special roundup of Disney magic to celebrate mom like never before!
Our “Happy Mother’s Tray” features a variety of Disney DIY surprises, including how-to instructions for a Mickey bouquet, steps to create an inspiring Disney Mother’s Day card as well as heartwarming Disney coupons. And to make Mother’s Day extra special, we’re including the recipe for our famous Tonga Toast – the ultimate in decadent breakfast dishes.
This blissfully rich breakfast recipe is the perfect Mother’s Day treat and a great way for the family to enjoy a taste of Disney magic. Click here to see our video and recipe on how to make this treat for mom.
In just a few easy steps, you can also create a magical pop-up Disney balloon card to show your appreciation for mom. Click here to download the template for a Disney balloon card.
And with paper squares as flowers, you can make one of the most unique Disney bouquets your mom has ever received. Click here to download the template for a one-of-a-kind Mickey bouquet.
Also, we’re sharing a downloadable gift of special Disney coupons that includes free warm hugs, story time sessions and more. They’re guaranteed to make mom smile and can even be turned into a fun magic moment by cutting and putting the pages together as an activity.
You can download the free Mother’s Day coupons on our ShopDisney.com page.
From our Disney family to yours, we hope our “Happy Mother’s Tray” adds a dose of Disney magic to your Mother’s Day weekend! And be sure to share your tray with Disney fans all over the world using the hashtag #DisneyMagicMoments.
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