If you’ve been following this blog for a while then you already know how I feel about Disney pin trading. I’ve been collecting and trading Disney pins since about 2001. Over the years Disney pin trading has defineitly changed a bit. When I was younger/in the early 2000s you could trade for incredible pins with cast members. The pin boards were filled with cool pins and hidden Mickeys. Some of my favorite memories from Disney World when I was a kid was trading pins and completing different pin “sets.”
Even though pin trading isn’t exactly what it used to be, I still LOVE pin trading in the parks and with other pin traders. One of my favorite ways to pin trade is with fellow pin traders. That’s why I knew I wanted to bring some pins to trade on my Disney Cruise. Although, since the pandemic there is no longer any official pin trading abroad the Disney Cruise Line. So I know what you’re thinking, “Well, can you still pin trade on a Disney Cruise?”.
The answer is, technically yes!
Happy September! Like promised in my last post, I’m slowly starting to share more Disney Cruse Line related posts. Today’s post is all about Disney Cruise Line’s stateroom doors. More specifically, how Disney fans go above and beyond to decorate said door. This is actually my third post about DCL stateroom doors (you can check out the first post here and the second post here).
One of my favorite things to do on the first night of a Disney Cruise is explore the ship and go around to each floor to look at everyone’s stateroom doors. People really go all out decorating these doors. Some people buy magents from Etsy, make things themselves or even buy stuff from the Cruises gift shops to decorate their doors.
Here’s a few cute doors from my last Disney Cruise:
Hiya!!! I just wanted to pop in right quick and share a few photos from my most recent Disney Cruise trip. I took a 7 day cruise abroad the Disney Fantasy back in July and I’m just now getting around to transferring some of the photos off my camera to my computer/phone. I’m so lazy that I didn’t even edit any of these photos. So what you’re seeing in this post is just the raw photos I took around the ship with my camera.
I do plan on doing more in-depth posts about this trip. (And those photos will be edited and all that jazz). I want to share more about my time in Mexico, Grand Cayman and Castaway Cay. I also plan on doing detailed posts about each of the three restaurants aboard the Disney Fantasy. (Similar to how I did for the Disney Dream cruise ship).
So here’s a few photos from the Disney Fantasy! Continue reading