Now that we are all spending an EXTRA amount of time indoors, there is no reason not to cuddle up with those you are quarantined with. That’s right everyone, let’s get cozy! This Disney wooden sign is the perfect rustic decor piece for your Disney home.
Now is the perfect time to make a blanket and pillow fort, grab your favorite snacks and beverages, and spend the weekend binge-watching some old favorites on Disney+. Everything can feel really uncertain right now, but snuggling in and getting cozy is a great way to combat those isolation blues. Personally, I have been picking a Disney classic movie (Cinderella, Peter Pan, etc.) to watch each weekend. It helps me keep that Disney magic alive and is the perfect nostalgic pick-me-up. I’ve also been spending a lot of time sprucing up my living space and making room for new Disney decor pieces!
This Disney inspired wooden sign is made from a tree slice, so it adds just the right amount of rustic farmhouse charm. Printed on the sign is “Let’s Get Cozy.” But, what makes this Disney is the fact that the O in “Cozy” is wearing Mickey ears! I think we all wish we were wearing Mickey ears right now! This decor piece is a subtle yet effective nod to our favorite fandom and would look great hanging on a wall or propped on a display.
You can find this sign on Etsy from karmaNkismet HERE for $18.00.
How are you getting cozy at home during this time? Let me know in the comment section below.Disclaimer - As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.
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