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13 July 2015 @ 11:57 pm
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Hi everyone! I am new to the community. I am specifically looking for any/all of the Disney Kidada Wish a Littles! If anyone has them for sale please let me know!
 
 
 
10 July 2015 @ 04:45 pm
Hello! I'm a lurker/occasional poster and have been for years and I need help.

I have amassed a large collection of Jasmine items that really started about 2006. Mostly, I collect dolls and figurines. In truth, I have spent a fair sum of money on it, gathering up some very nice (and rare) items. Being that I went overseas a lot, I also have several foreign dolls and collectables.

I noticed a few years ago that my interest in collecting was fading and now I have no desire to add to the collection (except maybe for the occasional item .....). I'm 26 years old, newly married and newly moved into our first house. I have nowhere to display the stuff and - except for a few select items - no desire to display it either.

My question really is what to do with it. I hate the idea of selling it to be honest - I don't want someone to de-box/break/ruin/discard/etc. these items that I still cherish. But do I keep the collection forever in storage boxes until I die? I think in that regard I prefer the items to be out.....

If anyone is possibly looking for something, feel free to ask.

Thanks!!!!

Victoria (nimravides)
 
 
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06 July 2015 @ 10:00 am


From The Disney Store Facecbook

The beautifully-designed doll captures Princess Jasmine's exotic elegance in every exquisite detail.
Pre-sale starts In Stores 8/4 & Online 8/5. ($119.95 US; $129.95 CAN)
 
 
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03 July 2015 @ 04:58 pm
Hey guys

just added some more items!! everything is up for grabs and needs to be gone by 7/10/15!!!

I SHIP EVERYWHERE so please feel free to ask questions and give offers! thank you!

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ON TO THE SALES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Collapse )
 
 
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29 June 2015 @ 05:36 pm
I am scanning some of the Little Mermaid's Treasure Chest books for lucile_7, and I thought I would share them here so everyone can see them! This book series was a Disney Books By Mail series, where you'd get a new book every month. It ran for a couple of years in the early 1990s, I think around the same time as or slightly before the animated series was running. There was a cardboard treasure chest that you could collect the books in.

The first book I scanned is Detective Sebastian. Just as background, there are some original characters in this series: Scales, a dragon who lives on a small island that the mermaids visit often; and Sandy, Flounder's little sister.

Enjoy!

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16 June 2015 @ 02:15 pm
Hi!  I have several Disney items up for auction on eBay:

http://www.ebay.com/sch/princess_teesa/m.html?item=171821923399&ssPageName=STRK%3AMESELX%3AIT&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2562

There is a FROZEN bag, a LION KING figure and a JACK SKELLINGTON keychain.  Thanks for looking!
 
 
 


From The Wall Street Journal:

Anna, Elsa, Kristof, Olaf and even those adorable little Snowgies are taking residence in Epcot Center next year in a new ride Disney is calling “Frozen Ever After.”

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“What we try to do is take you back to the movie without retelling that story,” Ms. Mangum said of “Frozen Ever After.” “This is a celebration of the characters, a way for guests who love the film to experience it in a completely different way.”

While it doesn’t feature any new songs, there are several new lyrics to existing melodies written for “Frozen Ever After” by movie composers Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson Lopez.

The setting for “Frozen Ever After” is the winter festival that takes place in summer, when residents of Arendelle apparently celebrate their favorite season of the year in the midst of its polar opposite.

While waiting on line, which is sure to take longer than the four-minute ride, visitors will walk by Wandering Oaken’s Trading Post. The trader with the thick accent will occassionaly clear steam on the windows to utter a hearty “yoo-hoo!” to people walking by. “We consider this scene one,” Ms. Mangum said.

Once they board their logs, “Frozen Ever After” riders will first see goofy snowman Olaf and equally goofy reindeer Sven setting up the Winter Festival premise.

Next is a stop at Troll Valley, where Grandpappy Troll tells a gathering of children the story of how Anna and Kristof met, before the log goes up a ramp to find Olaf again, singing a song while ice skating, right next to Anna and Kristof, who are singing with their friend Sven.

Behind a set of doors is the moment any visitor is sure to be waiting for: Elsa, on a balcony, singing “Let It Go” in her ice castle. It’s the centerpiece of the ride, “the big, big scene,” Ms. Mangum said, and it features elaborate effects to create simulated snow crystals soaring around the room.

Visitors will next ride by Marshmallow, the giant, formerly evil snowman from “Frozen” and his miniature Snowgie pals, who show up in the short “Frozen Fever,” which ran in front of March’s “Cinderella.”

Marshmallow himself yells “Let It Go” in time with Elsa’s song before the log travels through a mist cloud and reaches the final scene, which includes fireworks and a wave from Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Sven and Kristof.

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The audio-animatronic characters will be cutting edge, Ms. Mangum said, using a new technology that includes projectors behind the faces to enable more lifelike animation. It was first used on the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train ride that opened in Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom last year.


Read the full article here.
 
 
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