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Disney Fairies

Decorate with Disney Fairies: Imagine the delight when she sees her favorite Disney Fairies come to life. These Disney Fairies (Tinker Bell, Silvermist, Fawn, Iridessa and Rosetta) are each about three feet tall. Fathead Wall Graphics include over a dozen free extras, including birds, flowers and the fairies names, for a total of twenty-one Fathead stickers you can use to decorate one or more rooms. Because these are officially licensed Disney products made by Fathead you can be assured of superior quality and reliability. Like all Fathead wall graphics, the Disney Fairies provide an impressive decorating solution that is easier and cheaper than either paint or wallpaper. And you can move and reuse these Disney Fatheads anytime without damaging your walls. Think of the creative play your child will enjoy interacting with these beautiful creatures. Continue Reading →

Canned Goods sculpture sets a Guinness World Record

The canned food sculpture – titled “Celebrate Volunteers” – was revealed for media and guests at Epcot. Disney VoluntEARS shaped the sculpture with a larger-than-life Goofy, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Pluto – all sculpted out of cans. Goofy’s trademark hat consisted of cans of bread crumbs, for instance. Mickey’s famous head was shaped from cans of black olives, and cans of sliced pineapple made up Pluto’s eyes.

The cans represent approximately 70,000 meals, according to Dave Krepcho, president/CEO of Second Harvest of Central Florida. “Each can makes a difference in someone’s life who cannot afford this food,” he said. “Much of this food goes to children in need, working moms trying to provide, senior citizens coping on fixed incomes and people whose disabilities keep them from working.”

The spectacular, character-themed structure – consisting officially of 115,527 cans – was also a world record, according to Guinness World Records, the internationally recognized authority on record-breaking achievement. Guinness World Records Thursday authenticated the achievement as the Largest Canned Food Structure ever created, easily eclipsing the previous record of 54,527 cans set in June 2009 in New Zealand.