Disneyland Egg-stravaganza

If you are a Disney person and plan on going in the next week, check out the Disney Egg-stravaganza.

We took L there yesterday to check it out. He didn’t really care much for it but we thought it was cool.

Basically in California Adventure, Disneyland and Downtown Disney you purchased a map. One map per location. Each map was $6.43 with tax.

The map came with stickers and told you where to look, like Wetzel’s Pretzel’s in Downtown Disney.

Downtown Disney Egg-stravaganza Map

At each location to look for there is an egg that looks like one of the characters (your stickers correspond with this).

Pretty easy!

We rolled into the park around 12:30 and by the time I nursed Logan in the Baby Center and W bought our map it was 1 pm. It took us about an hour and a half to walk through Disneyland and find all of the eggs.

Tinker Bell egg

They were all in fairly easy locations, we had trouble with one of them by the Tomorrowland Terrace. They were definitely pretty cool looking.

We didn’t go in to California Adventure at all. We were only going for a short day and it was crowded with Spring Break starting. Hopefully the week is a little quieter.

Disneyland Egg-stravaganza Map

Then we took our completed map to get our prize, a plastic egg that looks like a character. The options we saw were Mickey, Minnie, Stitch, the Cheshire Cat, Woody and Jessie.

Egg-stravaganze Prizes

Woody and Jessie

L (10 months old now!) didn’t care at all about the event. We stopped and showed him each egg as we found it (while he was awake) but he definitely didn’t get it.

While we thought it was cute, I think this would be really fun if you were in the park all day, or staying for a couple days and had kids a bit older. Then as you were hitting rides and areas you could spot them as you are going. We went strictly to stretch our legs, check out the event and bring home a caramel apple.

Hope everyone has a great week! I have some more Disney blogs coming up including a review of my thoughts on AP Days, the upcoming Disney California Food & Wine Festival and the Baby Centers!

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Planner Addiction

A few months ago I posted about my beautiful planner I bought from Plum Paper Designs.

This month I signed up for a monthly kit from Ink & Wink. I received my kit yesterday so I wanted to share what was in it!

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I love the concept of the kit so far. The Wink Kit was $23/month and you have to be given an invitation to join.

There are some cool things in the kit, like two rolls of washi tape. One is gold glitter, the other is clear with pink Eiffel Towers in the center of the strip. Washi tape is fun, I just don’t quite know how to use it yet!

There were also some stickers, one larger page and one smaller, both wedding themed. I will use them to decorate my calendar when I’ll be attending my college roommates wedding (yay!)

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Other items included were a small stationary booklet, a heart shaped sticky note pad, a heart shaped die-cut, clothes pins that look like cats, index tabs, a packet of tea, some white masking stickers, and a couple other single stickers.

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According to the Ink and Wink web site this is their third month of business, so I can’t wait to see what else they have in store in the next few months!

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