Are you a Disney nerd like the rest of us who love going to the parks just to interact with the Disney Characters? Or maybe you’ve never been to parks (such as Walt Disney World and Disneyland) and would love a glimpse into their world? Then you’re in luck!
Today we’re bringing you some very fun DIY tips that some Disney Characters wanted to share.
Alice and The Mad Hatter
Alice in Wonderland is a hand-drawn animated technicolor dream produced by Walt Disney Productions and based on the Alice books by Lewis Carroll. The Disney animated movie was released on September 14, 1951.
If you’ve never stumbled upon this movie, Alice is a young English girl that becomes utterly bored with history lessons and dreams of adventure and wonder. A white rabbit steers her attention and as she follows him down a rabbit hole, she is filled with unusual scenery and unimaginable characters including talking flowers, the Cheshire Cat, and the Mad Hatter.
Garden With Alice and Friends!
If you’re not a gardening guru and need some advice on how to spruce up your flower pots, Disney Parks Blog shared a wonderful video of Alice and Mad Hatter, who you may even encounter in Walt Disney World at EPCOT.
The video is set in a lovely garden in the U.K. pavilion in World Showcase. The two characters share some advice and funny Alice and Mad Hatter puns on how to plant a lovely Snapdragon and important gardening questions and answers. You can watch the video below courtesy of Disney Parks Blog.
2021 Taste of EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival
With over 20 festival outdoor kitchens, including the new EPCOT Sunshine Griddle and EPCOT Farmers Feast and gorgeous views of gardens, EPCOT brings just a taste of the festivals back to Walt Disney World again.
The Taste of EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival runs from March 3 to July 5 and brings great spring-inspired food and garden topiaries showcasing Mickey and friends. Additionally, Guests can listen to live music each weekend from some great local bands. Be sure to grab a bite to eat, sit down, relax, and enjoy some music on Friday through Monday nights at the American Garden Theater.
If you’re heading to Walt Disney World’s EPCOT this spring, make sure you make your way around the World Showcase which holds 11 pavilions including Mexico, France, Japan, and many more. You’ll be sure to spot some amazing characters around the world, just like Alice!
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