DISNEY KITCHEN COLLECTIBLES

Connie R. (NDI#176) (12 Posts)

Connie Roberts can still remember her first trip to Disney World even though she was 7 years old. The joy she felt would stay with her for years until she could visit again as a teen. That's when she hatched her plan to move to Florida. Although it took many years for this plan to come to fruition, Connie surrounded herself with all things Disney. And with every move, the closer she came to the parks, the more Disney she gathered. Finally in her late 20's Connie was close enough to Disney World to visit and drive back home in a day. Being a Disney FANatic has been passed on to her 2 daughter and her husband and she's found sharing this love on her blog Brain Foggles and on Twitter, where she's known as the go to person for Disney World questions.


So you’ve collected pins, antenna toppers,  and key chains. Your home has lots of Disney characters on your shelves. Some Disney art is on the wall. What’s left? How about adding that special touch to your kitchen? Maybe you cook every day and want to make a meal from your favorite Disney restaurant. Maybe you make some quick snacks and feel like some Mickey waffles now and then. It’s easy to create a Disney kitchen with the collectibles you use.

Go all the way and get everything from your dishes and glasses to a few aprons and dish towels. Add a spatula, measuring spoons, and a Mickey shaped egg ring. For cooking, you can still get Mickey Waffle Makers, a colander, and pasta scooper.

If you want to decorate your kitchen, there’s lots of choices. Go classy, retro, or design by character. Of course, towels, place mats, and cookie jars can do the trick. But what about adding some fun touches? Line an open kitchen shelf with Disney coffee mugs of every shape, size and character. Show off your collection of Disney cookie jars.

Mickey Mouse Coffee Mugs
photo credit - http://www.flickr.com/photos/joeshlabotnik/250079634/

Dinner wear is another item you can collect. Alice In Wonderland is hot right now, not just with tea pots and tea cups, but with dishes too. Plastic wear for picnics or dining outdoors is a way to brighten anyone’s day. Most of these items are colorful and cheery–great for that indoor picnic when it’s a dreary day outside.

And you must be dressed for the occasion too! Wear a Mickey chef hat, an apron, and oven mitts. Serve your food on a Disney tray and don’t forget to leave a set of Disney salt and pepper shakers on the table for your guests.

The best thing about a Disney kitchen is that you put your collectibles to use, share them, and enjoy them. They can turn a bad day into a magical one!

Contributed by: Connie Roberts (NDI#176) Connie is the DDL Interviewer and Collectibles Blogger. She is also the creator of Brain Foggles.

Connie R. (NDI#176)

Connie Roberts can still remember her first trip to Disney World even though she was 7 years old. The joy she felt would stay with her for years until she could visit again as a teen. That's when she hatched her plan to move to Florida. Although it took many years for this plan to come to fruition, Connie surrounded herself with all things Disney. And with every move, the closer she came to the parks, the more Disney she gathered. Finally in her late 20's Connie was close enough to Disney World to visit and drive back home in a day. Being a Disney FANatic has been passed on to her 2 daughter and her husband and she's found sharing this love on her blog Brain Foggles and on Twitter, where she's known as the go to person for Disney World questions.

2 thoughts on “DISNEY KITCHEN COLLECTIBLES

  • Saturday, April 9, 2011 at 3:00 am
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    We have 5 bowls of a certain style. Lots of sets of dinner/salad plates, mugs,bowls set, dish towels, assorted coffee mugs, plastic plates for the kids and eyeing a silverware collection currently

  • Tuesday, April 12, 2011 at 3:01 am
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    I’d say that you’re on your way to a fantastic collection MouseofZen!

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