*Updated November 16, 2016*
Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Black Loop. Today we are sharing our holiday gift guides.
Are you planning a Disney vacation with your family in the new year? Then why not stuff everyone’s stockings with some cute and functional gear that you can use while traveling to Orlando or Anaheim? This list has everything from Mickey to Disney villains to all things Star Wars. And many of the gifts work just as well for adults as they do for kids. What’s even better is that everything on this list is under $20 to help you stick to your holiday budget.
If you need other non-Disney stocking stuffer ideas for kids on your list, don’t miss my companion guide featuring 20 stocking stuffers under $20 for traveling kids.
On with the list…
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Stocking Stuffers for Disney Travelers
1. Minnie Mouse Makeup Bag ($16.95)
Put a little Minnie cuteness into your morning pre-parks makeup routine with this inexpensive tote. Great for packing toiletries and makeup for all kinds of travels.
2. S is for Star Wars Toddler T-Shirts ($14.99)
Star Wars continues to be all the rage for another holiday season. These t-shirts from Think Geek are the perfect thing for your Disney-bound toddler to wear on a Disney parks visit. Available in 5 characters & colors in sizes 2T-4T.
3. Jack Skellington Tsum Tsum Cross Body Bag ($19.99)
Jack Skellington meets Tsum Tsums – could this get any cuter? Great cross-body bag for the parks or everyday.
4. Mickey and Friends Identify Your Bag Tags ($7.99 for set of 5)
5. Inside Out Kids Wallet ($7.99)
6. Disney logo luggage tag ($9)
Another way to tag your luggage in Disney style. Plus, they are customizable!
True classics. Get your mouse ears or headbands ready for your next trip.
8. American Tourister Disney Frozen Toiletry Kit ($11.45)
American Tourister makes a large line of Disney-licensed luggage and bags. If you have a Frozen fan in the family, this bag would be great for organizing all your child’s toiletries on their next Disney vacation.
9. Disney Princess First Aid Kit ($6.44)
Disney vacations rarely go perfectly – minor scrapes and blisters are unfortunately par for the course. Although you can always get first aid essentials in the parks at Disney’s first aid centers, having a small first aid kit in your park bag is helpful and saves you a trip for minor boo-boos.
10. Star Wars collapsible water bottle ($4.97)
11. World of Disney Eye Found It Card Game ($5.99)
12. Moana Reusable Tote ($4.95)
The last time my family was at Disneyland, we picked up a Disney Halloween tote that has now become my go-to reusable grocery bag. These bags are high quality, eco-friendly, and help put you in a Disney mood every time you head to the store. Use them in the parks for storing extra stuff. Plus celebrate the newest Disney movie this holiday season – Moana!
13. Vera Bradley Disney Zip ID Case ($15)
Confession time – I might be a little obsessed with the Vera Bradley Disney patterns. But face it – the bags are expensive if you are trying to own one in every pattern. This little ID case is the perfect taste of Disney magic for holding a few credit cards or some cash while traveling – or your park tickets or Photopass card on a Disney trip!
14. Mickey and Friends Magic Bandits ($8.95)
Personalize your Magic Band before your next Walt Disney World vacation with your favorite characters. Save yourself some money and buy these directly from Disney directly rather than on Amazon or other retailers where the markup is as high as 100%! Also available: Frozen, Star Wars, Princesses, and dozens of others.
15. Disney Villains Playing Cards ($13.86)
Keep yourself occupied with a card game on the road to your next Disney vacation. These diabolically evil playing cards are sure to get you ready for a villain meet-and-greet once you get to the parks.
16. Disney themed Imagine Ink drawing book (approx $7)
Imagine Ink drawing pads are awesome for travel with young kids because the markers only work on the magic paper. No mess on kid hands or on other surfaces. These can buy you lots of time on planes and on road trips!
17. Mickey and Minnie Lanyards (2 for $7.05)
18. Mickey and Friends Gloves for Kids ($12.95)
Headed to the parks on a chilly day? Keep your child’s fingers warm with these super-cute character gloves.
19. Mickey & Minnie Drawstring Backpacks ($7.95 for 2)
20. Disney autograph book ($7.95)
What Disney trip would be complete without character autographs? The Disney official autograph books are the best on the market because the paper is thick enough that a Sharpie (easy for character hands to grip) won’t show through.
Note: Be sure to get this on the Disney Store website or in the parks because most other retailers (Amazon etc.) have a big markup!
Happy Holidays and hope all your Disney dreams for 2017 come true!
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check out the other great posts from the Blogorail!
Here is the map of our Magical Blogorail Black | Holiday Gift Guides Loop:
- 1st Stop – Saving Up for Disney | Disney-inspired Gifts for Kids Under 5
- 2nd Stop – What’s the Point? | Holiday Gift Guide: Must Have Clothes for Plus Size Disney Fan
- 3rd Stop – Love Our Crazy Life | The Ultimate Guide To “Experience” Gifts
- 4th Stop – Disney Mamas | Must-Have Disney Interactive Toys
- 5th Stop – Trips with Tykes | 20 Stocking Stuffers for Disney Parks Travelers – YOU ARE HERE
- 6th Stop – Family Travel Escapades | Comprehensive Gift Guide for Disney Fans
- 7th Stop – Superheroes and Teacups | Fun Star Wars Gifts for Kids
- 8th Stop – Frontierland Station | Gifts for Disney History Fans
- 9th Stop – Rolling with the Magic | 2015 Holiday Gift Guide for the Chic Disney Geek