And if your kid is anything like mine, they’re going to be a happy freak out when they hear that Build-A-Bear Workshop is celebrating the launch of its Disney Princess bear and costume collection with a Princess Weekend.
From Jan. 11-Jan. 13 in stores throughout North America, guests will be given the royal treatment with a crowning and knighting ceremony, plus a chance to decorate paper crowns with jeweled stickers.
After that, kids can make their own Disney Princess bear that comes with a sparkling crown and features Disney Princesses on her paws – of course.
Already have a Build-A-Bear friend at home? Get it a princess costume. Yes, they have them.
“At Build-A-Bear Workshop, we want everyone to feel as special as a princess with a fairy godmother,” Maxine Clark, Build-A-Bear Workshop founder and chief executive bear says. “With this new Disney Princess bear and collection of beautiful princess costumes, we invite guests to embark on a magical journey filled with imagination and adventure!”
And, if you’re planning a Disney vacation soon, this would make a seriously cute souvenir. Disneyland has a Build-A-Bear Workshop in its Downtown Disney District, while the location closest to Walt Disney World is housed within the Orlando International Airport.
Photo credit: Build-A-Bear Workshop
Information provided by the Build-A-Bear Workshop.
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