The newest find in Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s Discovery Island is beautiful handwoven snowflakes that come from a place that provides its own kind of magic!

Stop by and see the snow has fallen in Discovery Island! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Stop by and see the snow has fallen in Discovery Island! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Augusta Training Shop, a non-profit in Augusta, GA, provides a necessary avenue for adult artisans with cognitive and physical disabilities to grow and share the talents they possess.

Disney asked these artists from Augusta to make snowflake decorations for Animal Kingdom.  Disney then invited these amazing artists to Walt Disney World to enjoy seeing their work that has been “sprinkled” on the shops and buildings in Discovery Island as you walk toward the Tree of Life.

The Halls have been Decked at Disney's Animal Kingdom's Discovery Island! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Halls have been Decked at Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s Discovery Island! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Some of Disney's friends at The Augusta Training Shop were invited to enjoy their work! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Some of Disney’s friends at The Augusta Training Shop were invited to enjoy their work! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Taking a selfie with your work hanging in Disney's Animal Kingdom is pretty amazing! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Taking a selfie with your work hanging in Disney’s Animal Kingdom is pretty amazing! Photo credits (C) Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved

The Disney Company is widespread in its reach to companies similar to The Augusta Training Shop and was honored to work with them to bring more sparkle to Disney’s Animal Kingdom!

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Glad that Disney employs artisans with disabilities to help decorate the parks?