‘Don’t you just hate it when you’re trying to capture something wonderful and your friend’s hair gets in the way?'A while ago I was at Disneyland and got inspired by the phenomena known as Disneybounding. So I created several vignettes of girls Disneybounding waiting in line but with a nod to each character’s personality as it might relate to the park. My first set took me through Belle, and then I created the corresponding 'bad girls’ set and now I resume my “Standby Me” series with Jasmine and Pocahontas.
Selfie Sunday! Went down to Disneyland today and had a great time. Some of the cast members are just the greatest! Walking in to the park, the guy scanned my pass, looks at my picture (still a boy picture 😒), then looks back at me for a second. “Have a magical day princess, you look beautiful today!” Not gonna lie, my heart melted!!! 💙 met my girlfriend there and took plenty more pics but since porn blogs love to reblog my content, I’ll be keeping her out of this blog entirely 😞. Btw, stitch is totally my spirit animal 💙Anyways, I hope all you other princesses out there also had a magical day ❤️💛💚💙💜
This is crazy!!! A fan of mine and a huge Disneybounder herself (on Instagram as @followtheyellowbrickgirl) got a bunch of her friends to stage this photo based on my illustration. Some of them even went out of their way to get some custom clothing! I’m beyond honored that they’d take the time and energy to do this. Thank you, ladies! P.S. Got a new piece involving some of these characters coming out soon. Stay tuned :)
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Last weekend, 17-year-old Hannah Barker (@nxtures) traveled from Essex to Margate, England, to attend Geek 2017 — a three-day gaming festival for all ages. For Hannah, a student and part-time Disney princess, work and play don’t look much different: “The cosplay masquerade was the highlight for me,” she says of the event, which housed retro games, virtual reality and more inside Dreamland, an amusement park that dates back to the 1800s. “I dressed up as Rapunzel. It’s the first costume I ever made myself. I’ve added lights and 1,000 rhinestones to the skirt by hand. Eventually, my dream is to design costumes for Disneyland.”