We like to bring the magic of Disney home all year long, and when the Holidays roll around, the magic is multiplied! Luckily, our friends at Mickey Fix have got our backs with TONS of great ideas to enjoy Disney at home during this festive time.
So, you’re a Disney super-fan, and you want to share that love with all of your family and friends. We get you. It’s time to throw the best Disney Christmas party ever! First, you’ll need some Santa Mickey Lights.
Can we just leave these up all year, please? And to go with those cute lights, the perfect Disney Christmas Plate. These you can certainly use all year long. Or at the very least, you can use them for Christmas in July!
Happy party planning, Disney fans!
Whether you’re throwing a Disney-inspired Christmas party or not, you’ll definitely want to decorate with some fun that’s full of character! This Retro Ceramic Tree is covered in characters, including Olaf, Thumper, and Sven. It’s giving us Grandma’s house vibes while still satisfying our need for all Disney all the time.
This Cozy Throw features sweethearts Mickey and Minnie in their holiday best. It’s perfect for chilly winter nights!
Mickey Fix also has a matching pillow!
You already know that our favorite Disney pastime is eating Disney food. But what’s a foodie to do when she runs out of souvenir cookies and packaged popcorn and chocolates? Mickey Fix has saved the day with info on how to make Mickey Waffles at home! They’ve got the exact mix used at the Disney Parks, plus several waffle iron options! This one makes mini Mickey waffles!
I know what I’m eating on Christmas day for breakfast! (And lunch.) (Also probably dinner.)
We know lots of Christmas lovers have intricate and beautiful Christmas villages. How about adding a little Disney twist to yours? Mickey Fix has some great ideas! This Mickey Ski Chalet is everything.
We love this so much. The colors are great — festive and bright. And nothing beats those Mickey Ears!
So that’s it, friends. Several ways to bring Disney home for the holidays, even if there isn’t a box of Magic Bands under your tree. (Speaking of which, we’ve seen folks with so many Magic Bands that they’ve turned them into a garland. Oh, Christmas Tree!)
How do you bring Disney Magic home for the holidays? Tell us in the comments!