Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest; Animal Kingdom
  • On May 18, 2012
    Michelle from NC Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi again, Disney on Jun 9 adr booked. making little gifts for 5 grls from all character dining with. Princesses are done. stumped on what classic dis characters would give. Need ideas from Mickey/Minnie Donald/Daisy Chip/Dale and pluto sending part 2 ?

    Hello Michelle! are the best MOM ever!  Your girls are going to have the MOST MAGICAL time on their upcoming Walt Disney World Vacation!!!

    So, it sounds like you give each of your girls a small gift that is "given" to them by a Disney Character.  Here are some small gift ideas for the classic Disney Characters:

    Mickey Mouse -
    *  Mickey Ears
    *  A special letter or certificate for each girl from Mickey Mouse.  This certificate could focus on a special quality Mickey Mouse has seen in each girl or it could be a letter thanking each girl for coming to Walt Disney World to visit him.  It would be cool if Mickey Mouse would sign the letter or certificate as well.

    Minnie Mouse - 
    *  A special bow "designed" by Minnie
    *  Makeup or fingernail polish

    Donald - 
    *  A special "dollar BILL" (You get it?  Ducks have bills...) that allows each girl to purchase a Disney snack during the day.

    Daisy -
    *  An actual Daisy (flower)
    *  Makeup or fingernail polish

    Chip and Dale -
    *  Peanuts
    *  Chocolate Chip Cookies

    I sure hope these ideas will help you!  If you have other questions, please let me know!

    Have a MAGICAL day!

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