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Paper Airplanes for Girl Meets World

Portuguese (summary only)

The Basics:

Make three paper airplanes, each one small enough to fit in an envelope.

Send one to Hulu and one to Netflix requesting that they acquire Girl Meets World and produce new episodes. Then send one more to Disney Channel asking them to please sell the rights if someone offers.

Decorate the outside of the airplane and write your message inside. Be as creative or as bare bones as you like, and remember: there is nothing wrong with a simple airplane made out of notebook paper.

Mail your airplanes on the Monday after the finale, January 23, or at any point that week. The aim is to have most of our planes “land” at Netflix, Hulu, and Disney Channel the Friday after the finale or around then. Don’t be discouraged if you aren’t ready on Monday January 23rd, because you can still mail in your airplanes the next day, or even the day after that…but let’s all aim to mail them on the 23rd. To fans outside the U.S.A.: if your post takes a while to reach California, please feel free to put your airplanes in the mail early.

If you can only afford to send one or two airplanes, that’s okay too! Just choose between Netflix, Hulu, and Disney Channel. Please don’t feel like you can’t participate at all just because you can’t do all three.

Before we mail them in, share your airplanes and the messages inside on social media using #planes4gmw. If you’re on Instagram/Twitter, tag @planes4gmw in the photo! And don’t forget to follow this Tumblr for updates. Follow the campaign on Twitter and Instagram too! 

2500 Broadway
Santa Monica, CA 90404

100 Winchester Cir.
Los Gatos, CA 95032

Disney Channel
Attn: Gary Marsh, President
3800 W. Alameda Ave
Suite 2151
Burbank, CA 91505

Check out this sample from twitter user @astral_tali (and then keep scrolling for more info!):

The Why:

It’s relatively easy to tweet, sign an online petition, write a comment, send an email, or even just make a phone call. While those actions are key, deploying an old-school tactic like this one takes the #SaveGMW campaign to the next level. Adding a physical component demonstrates just how dedicated and serious we are about trying to save our show. Some of the most successful “save our show” campaigns have integrated a physical component, like when thousands of Friday Night Lights fans sent lightbulbs to NBC.

We chose the paper airplanes idea (submitted by a no longer anonymous fan) because it’s simple, cheap, representative of both shows, and most importantly: easy for even the youngest Girl Meets World fans to participate in, which is important because while GMW has a big grown-up fanbase, young fans are the heart of it all. All you’ll need is some paper, three envelopes, and postage. (You may also need markers and crayons and stickers, depending on how artistic you want to be).

What to Say:

To all three companies:

  1. A sincere personal reason for why you love Girl Meets World so much you’re willing to fight for it.
  2. Your age and location.

To Netflix and Hulu:

  1. If you or your parents are already subscribers, let them know. If you’re not, tell them you’ll subscribe (or beg your parents to do so) if they save our show. 
  2. Talk about how Girl Meets World fits in with their business models and goals. If your whole family watches together, mention that. If you’re an international fan who isn’t able to watch live, mention that (particularly to Netflix). If you’re a cord cutter who watches the show the day after on Amazon/iTunes but not live, mention that. 

To Disney Channel:

  1. I know we’re all angry at them right now and a lot of us have probably made that known already, but be polite. If you don’t feel like you can be polite, maybe skip this one. 
  2. If you (or your parents) plan on unsubscribing from premium cable packages which include Disney Channel (or have already) due to the show’s cancellation, say so. If your family plans to stop watching the network due to GMW’s cancellation, say so, especially if you have family members in their primary demographic. 
  3. Appeal to their bottom line, aka their pocketbooks. Say that you understand Disney Channel has their reasons for the decision they made, but suggest that perhaps they can make some money they otherwise wouldn’t have off of selling the rights. Mention also that selling the rights so the show can continue elsewhere would garner goodwill towards their company.

How to Help Spread the Word:

  1. Use the hashtag #planes4gmw on social media. Reblog this post! Share the link to this post as well as the Twitter and Instagram: @planes4gmw. We will also attempt to get this campaign trending on social media during the finale as well as the day after. 
  2. If you can make graphics/digital fliers to promote the #planes4gmw campaign, please do so. If you can make printable decorated airplanes for others to print out, write on, and mail, do that! (And please send them in to be shared here). Any talent you can contribute is appreciated. 
  3. Share your planes and (if you choose) the messages inside on social media before mailing day! Use #planes4gmw, as well as the other campaign hashtags, and if you’re sharing on Instagram/Twitter tag @planes4gmw in the photo. 
  4. Tell your friends! Maybe even get together to make your airplanes. If you watch the show with your family, ask them to join you too. 
  5. If you are bilingual in English and something else, please translate this post or at least the most important parts of it, then send in the link so we can add it here.

Managing Expectations:

While we’re all hoping our combined efforts result in the rescue of Girl Meets World, there are no guarantees. However, we definitely have a shot here. More and more cancelled shows these days are getting second lives elsewhere. If Disney Channel is willing to play ball, we may have a real chance at seeing Girl Meets World grow up. It’s worth a try. 

It’s a long shot, but it’s still a shot. So don’t throw it away. Know that it’s good to fight for something you truly believe in, even if you might fail. Hope. Dream. Try. Do Good.

Let’s fly thousands of airplanes through this window of opportunity while it’s still open.

(For other actions you can take to save Girl Meets World, go to savegirlmeetsworld.com/act-now.)

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My Gravity Falls tribute is finally finished! This one was a lot of blood sweat and tears. I lost my entire first 5 days of work to 2 cats with muddy paws, and had to start over from scratch. I hope you all enjoy it! Thanks Gravity Falls for an amazing summer!


It’s that time of the year again–crazy crowds, stomachs full of yummy food, and Christmas music blaring from all sides. And of course, Black Friday sales. Thankfully, you don’t even have to go out of your house to enjoy these early Amazon sales.

-Meeshell Mermaid $12.40
-Jillian Beanstalk $12.35
-Nina Thumbell $10.39
-Melody Piper $11.12
-First Chapter Ashlynn Ella $12.22

-Vinyl Collection Ghoulia Yelps $6.88 (add-on item)
-Vinyl Collection Twyla $6.25 (add-on item)
-Vinyl Collection Abbey $8.45
-Ghoul’s Beast Pet Lagoona $9.64
-Ghoul’s Beast Pet Cleo $9.64
-Dance the Fright Away Lagoona $7.62
-Batsy Claro $12.48
-Kjersti Trollson $12.82
-Dance the Fright Away Playset $23.36
-Dance the Fright Away Draculaura $12.27
-Dance the Fright Away Frankie $12.31
-Dance the Fright Away Clawdeen $7.22 (add-on item)
-Shriekwrecked Draculaura $10.67
-Shriekwrecked Lagoona $13.80
-Shriekwrecked Clawdeen $8.60

-Elena of Avalor Royal Gown doll $11.51
-Descendants Coronation Lonnie $12.50
-Descendants Auradon Genie Chic Audrey $7.29 (add-on item)
-Descendants Aruadon Genie Chic Jordan $8.00
-Descendants Jane Auradon $10.80
-Descendants Villian Genie Chic Mal $11.40

-Fashionistas 22 Chambray Chic-Curvy $6.39 (add-on item)
-Fashionistas 19 Ruby Red Floral $6.39 (add-on item)
-Fashionistas 25 Blue Brocade-Petite $6.39 (add-on item)
-Batman V Superman: Batman $23.19
-Batman V Superman: Superman $23.59

Added Superman Barbie to list.

I was feeling sad so here’s something cute.

Genoary Day Thirteen- MOMMACQ
What’s a mother to do with her child? (Props to Alaina!)


Happy Friday the Thirteenth! Let’s listen to Spooky Scary Skeletons ALL DAY LONG. That’s what they did today.
This originally was going to be a continuation of Day 8 and Day 9, but whatever.
I kinda gave up on Fresh’s outfit because I couldn’t remember what it was supposed to look like, so I just colored the parts I couldn’t recall in bright colors and called it good.
I also forgot to color their shoes but who really cares?
EDIT: Also, can one thing Error and Fresh agree upon is that Spooky Scary Skeletons is a great song? I WOULD LOVE THAT TO BE CANON

Geno, Error, and Fresh belong to @loverofpiggies
MommaCQ belongs to @alainaprana
Spooky Scary Skeletons was written for Disney (Thanks to @h2omeow for telling me)
The Genoary Challenge was created by @shinydiamondblog