Guys can we all take a minute to fangirl over my sisters Elsa costume
Look at that skirt! She spent months hand sewing everything on this thing!
You can’t tell from a photo but the cape has tiny snow flakes hand added
Throughout the day everyone was telling her how great her wig looked. Its really not a wig! That is her actual hair! Honestly, her entire look looks better than most of the Disney Park Elsas. Kids ran up to her thinking she was the real Elsa
Told in alternating chapters from both Anna’s and Hans’ perspectives, A Frozen Heart takes a sophisticated look at events of Frozen, exploring the couple’s backstories, motivations, and doomed relationship.
Wayfinder trio visiting Atlantica world and their D-link. Tried to figure Ariel in her early teen, since I couldn’t find any official design for it and badly wanted to fit her in the bbs timeline. Ventus is basically a mirror version of sora design. Those three are obviously out for mischief and aventure.
When I was a kid, I loved fairy tales. I loved the idea of talking animals and brave girls and boys who overcame cruel care takers. I also really loved Disney movies. They all had happy endings; what’s not to love about that? I could watch “Beauty and the Beast” or “Aladdin” every single day.
When I got a little older, I graduated from watching Disney movies to reading the Brothers Grimm. In the fourth grade, I checked out the “Complete Fairy Tales of the Brothers’ Grimm” from my school library and never returned it (a belated “sorry!” to my grade school library!)
I was horrified to find that the origins of many of my favorite Disney movies had much more gruesome details that Disney completely left out.
Wayfinder trio visiting Atlantica world and their D-link.Terra is not a big fan of this world (full water is not his element) but is in as long as you don’t ask him to sing. Also, I believe Ursula have a thing for handsome young men and I could make a joke over tentacles and how I have seen enough hentai in my life but see how mature and grown up I am so I don’t