Christmas is approaching fast, but it’s not too late to find the perfect gift for the Disney fan in your life!
I’ve scoured Amazon and I’ve found some of the best presents for everyone in your list no matter their age or interest! Everything on this list has at least a four star rating on Amazon and is in stock as of this writing, so you know you’re going to get quality gifts in time for Christmas!
Let’s take a look at the best gifts for the Disney Fan in Your Life!
As they say, “babies don’t keep”, and before you know it they’ll be talking and wanting to learn everything they can about the world around them. This Disney ABCs book is great because the Disney characters have been baby-fied, and kids will love learning their ABCs with their favorite Disney characters. For just $8, this is a great start to a Disney book collection.
Babies of all ages love bathtime! There’s nothing better than splashing around in the water except maybe doing it with your favorite Disney characters! This link includes two options: a Nemo, Dory, and Squirt collection and an Ariel, Sebastian, and Flounder collection. Pick your favorite or buy both! They’re $8 each!
Babies grow fast, so size-appropriate onesies are a welcome sight for new parents. For boys, we have Monsters Inc. and for girls, we have Disney Princesses. Prices vary from $12 to $16, which isn’t bad for a four pack!
It’s great to sit down and read with your child every night before bed, so here are a couple great Disney storybooks to add to your collection.
First is Mickey’s Christmas Storybook Treasury including Mickey’s Christmas Carol, Huey, Dewey, and Louie’s Christmas Wish, Donald’s Christmas Tree, and The Gift of the Magi. That’s four Christmas stories for just $19!
The next book is Disney’s Countdown to Christmas: A Story a Day. This is a great book if you’re doing 25 days of Christmas stories because there’s one story for every day leading up to Christmas! It’s 64 pages and includes a ribbon marker so you won’t lose your place. Plus, it’s only $6!
If you know a budding artist, perhaps they would love this Crayola Frozen Inspiration Art Case, which includes 140 pieces of crayons, colored pencils, washable markers, paper, and the case for just $24. This set is recommended for kids ages 5+.
Maybe your kid has the need for speed. This Mickey and the Roadster Racers Mickey Ears Raceway is perfect! This two-level raceway has eight feet of track complete with spinning flags, road signs, and a finish line. It comes with two die-cast vehicles, but you can always buy more. Any Roadster Racers vehicles will work on this track. This is a really cool toy for $36.
Descendants has been a huge hit among teens. There are now two movies out and this three book collection. The series tells the story of the children of the Disney Villains. It’s edgy and pretty cool. Not to mention, the books are #1 New York Times best sellers! For $32, the book set also includes a poster.
Teen boys and girls love legos, and who doesn’t love the cute BB-8 from Star Wars? You can build your own BB-8 with this building kit. It’s suggested for ages 10-16, and with 1106 pieces, you need some concentration and dedication to complete this work of art. With authentic detailing including a wheel- activated rotating head and opening hatch, it’s a really cool activity, toy, and piece to display.
Do you know a couple newlyweds? Express to them just how famous you think they are with this Famous Couples block. It’s customizable, so you can add any names you want, and your favorite newlyweds will know that they’re love is just like a fairytale! At $25, this is a good deal for a personalized piece of art.
The Lion King on Broadway is an amazing show. (If you’ve never seen it, you really should!) Can you believe it’s been delighting audiences for 20 years now? The Lion King: Twenty Years on Broadway and Around the World traces the shows roots back to the 1993 movie then mentions the awards that the movie received. It also discusses the show’s opening and show never before published images of the show being performed all around the world.
If you know and love a historian, perhaps he or she would enjoy Yesterday’s Tomorrows: Disney’s Magical Mid-Century. This book shows rarely seen art and photography of the mid-20th century including the unique style that Walt and his Imagineers contributed to the era. Walt Disney World, Disneyland, transportation, entertainment, and the World’s Fair are all included.
Walt was a simple eater, but because of his position he was often wined and dined by some of the most famous people in the world as he himself became one of them. He fell into being a restaurateur out of necessity as his parks needed to feed their guests. In doing so, Walt created a new concept of eating and playing at the same time, which had never existed before, in his dinner shows like Hoop Dee Doo Musical Revue at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. This book is full of fantasy and color and includes stories behind some of the menu items at Disneyland and Walt Disney World restaurants.
A practical gift for a busy mom or dad might be a Disney-themed crockpot like this one, which includes a 20 oz little dipper perfect for heating up nacho cheese or spinach dip and a 5 quart crockpot big enough to make a meal for the family.
Fashionistas love the brand-name affiliations that Disney has created including this Flower and Garden Satchel by Dooney and Bourke. This high quality bag is made of textured grain leather with screen-printed art, stitched leather trim, double zip closure, and braided leather zipper pulls. There’s plenty of pockets inside to organize everything she carries plus an adjustable, removable shoulder strap and carry handles.
Every Disney fan loves Disney pins – whether they’re a casual collector or a superfan, so sign them up for World of Walt’s Pin of the Month Club! They’ll get a pin delivered to their mailbox every month plus some surprise gifts that I like to throw in. They’ll also be entered to win $50 worth of prize pins and get the exclusive Pinsider newsletter every month!
There are three levels ranging in price from $10-$20 a month, and a portion of the proceeds supports American World Adoption, an excellent organization that matches children with forever parents. Give a pin, and help a family!
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