In celebration of the 65th anniversary, Disney’s Peter Pan joins the highly celebrated Walt Disney Signature Collection. This week Disney’s Peter Pan released on Blu-ray and our family was thrilled to add this favorite to our digital HD collection on Movies Anywhere. Get the kids excited about this classic film joining your movie library with our Captain Hook Teacup Garden – Dollar Store DIY tutorial below + I’m giving away three copies of Peter Pan on digital HD.
Captain Hook Teacup Garden – Dollar Store DIY
I purchased almost all of the supplies at our local Dollar Tree. Feel free to get creative and use items you have around the house. For the design on the teacup, I used my Silhouette to cut black vinyl.
CAPTAIN HOOK TEACUP GARDEN SUPPLIES:
- White Teacup
- Faux Moss
- Glass Water Stones
- Toy Captain Hook or Peter Pan
It’s amazing what you can find at Dollar Tree. This little Captain Hook figure was only one of the dozen Disney figurines they had. For a buck, these make cute toys for kids and also the perfect size for cupcake toppers!
If you have a Silhouette or a Cricut, you can download this free PDF cut file to use. In a Silhouette, simply open the image in your design application and set it to trace and cut. You can adjust the size of the design by dragging the image to the desired height for your cup.
Click the image to download the free PDF file to use in your Silhouette.
Let the kids have fun adding stuff to their teacup garden. We used the glass blue stones to resemble water and the green moss as part of Never Land. The bag of moss from Dollar Tree had a ton stuffed inside it! You could easily fill several teacups. We bought two bags and had so much left over after opening only one bag.
In case you missed it, see our Hundred Acre Wood Teacup Garden in preparation for Disney’s new live-action Winnie the Pooh film – Disney’s Christopher Robin.
Three lucky readers will be adding this classic to their collection. Entry is simple, follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter form below to enter to win a copy of Disney’s Peter Pan Walt Disney Signature Collection on digital HD.
Peter Pan Joins Walt Disney Signature Collection
The Walt Disney Signature Collection edition of “Peter Pan” invites adventures of all ages to believe in magic once again and experience a timeless treasure from Disney’s golden age of animation that has stirred the hearts and imaginations of moviegoers worldwide since its original 1953 release. The Signature Collection edition offers over two hours of classic bonus features plus never-before-seen extras, including the latest installment of “Stories from Walt’s Office,” which explores Walt’s love of flying and the company planes; a nostalgic reunion between Kathryn Beaumont (the voice of Wendy) and Paul Collins (the voice of John); and new “Oke” renditions of the classic song “You Can Fly” and deleted song “Never Smile at a Crocodile” accompanied by on-screen lyrics and the film’s unforgettable animated characters.
“Peter Pan” is the seventh title to join the Walt Disney Signature Collection, which includes groundbreaking films created or inspired by the imagination and legacy of Walt Disney, featuring timeless stories and characters that have touched generations. The film takes its place alongside “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Pinocchio,” “Bambi,” “The Lion King” and “Lady and the Tramp.”
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- Stories from Walt’s Office: Walt & Flight – “Think of the happiest things, it’s the same as having wings”. One thing you’ll notice inside Walt Disney’s office are all of the models and pictures of airplanes. Walt loved planes and was an aficionado of flying. As a continuation of the “Stories from Walt’s Office” series, we’ll soar into the world of one of Walt’s favorite pastimes and look at the history behind the company airplane he used to scout Central Florida looking for the perfect place to build his second theme park.
- A “Darling” Conversation with Wendy & John: Kathryn Beaumont and Paul Collins – Join Disney Legend Kathryn Beaumont (the voice of Wendy) and Paul Collins (the voice of John) as they reunite for the first time in many years to reminisce and discuss their experiences working on Peter Pan, meeting Walt Disney and learning to fly … literally.
- You Can Fly” – A new “Oke” rendition and graphic look of the classic Disney song, “You Can Fly,” with fun lyrics on screen and lots of your favorite “Peter Pan” characters.
- “Never Smile at a Crocodile” – A new “Oke” rendition and graphic look of the deleted song, “Never Smile at a Crocodile”, with fun lyrics on screen and highlighting the relationship between Captain Hook and Tick- Tock the Crocodile.
- Sing-along Version of the film: Sing along with your favorite songs from the movie.
- Growing Up with Nine Old Men – “Peter Pan” is both a story of living with a child’s sense of openness to the world and an acknowledgement that the path to adulthood most often leads away from those qualities. A parallel of sorts to that duality can be found in Walt Disney and his core group of animators, the Nine Old Men, in their lives and in their work. Our short film will look at who they were and the parts they played in one of the most remarkable team of artists that ever worked together.
- Deleted Song: “The Pirate’s Song” – Original demo recording of the song played over concept art.
- Deleted Song: “Never Smile at a Crocodile” – With music played over static concept art of the crocodile from Pater Pan.
- Deleted Song: “The Boatswain Song” – With music played over static concept art of Captain Hook and his crew.
- Deleted Scene: “The Journey Home” – A proposed alternate ending where Peter asks the Lost Boys to return home with Wendy and the other children.
- Deleted Scene: “Alternate Arrival” – A deleted scene where Wendy and the children are initially attacked by the Lost Boys because Tinker Bell tells them that Wendy is holding Peter captive. We also see in this version of the story that Nana the dog travels to Never Land with Wendy and the children.
- Disney Song Select – Simply play the clip from the movie with subtitles underneath it.
- “The Second Star to the Right”
- “You Can Fly”
- “A Pirate’s Life”
- “Following the Leader”
- “Your Mother and Mine”
- Audio Commentary Hosted by Roy Disney – Audio commentary hosted by Roy Disney, but carried on by several other people.
- ”Never Land”: The Lost Song – A bonus piece that sets up the backstory of where this lost song was found and how Richard Sherman recomposed it.
- Music Video: “Never Land” – Music Performed by Paige O’Hara – A music video of the song “Never Land”
- Music Video: “The Second Star to the Right” – Music Performed by T-Squad – A music video of the song “The Second Star to the Right” performed by T-Squad.
- Backstage Disney
- You Can Fly: The Making of ‘Peter Pan’ – A making-of video of the 1953 Disney classic, “Peter Pan.”
- In Walt’s Words: “Why I Made ‘Peter Pan’” – Based upon an article written by Walt Disney retold as a dramatic recreation.
- Tinker Bell: A Fairy’s Tale – An introspective video on the creation, history and personality of the one and only “Tink.”
- The Peter Pan That Almost Was – Hosted by Ron Clements and John Musker, we take a look at the storyboards and early concepts of a version of the “Peter Pan” film that never saw the light of day.
- The “Peter Pan” Story – An original featurette for the film created in 1952.
Disney’s Peter Pan on Digital HD Giveaway
*Prizing provided by Disney. My family received a complimentary copy in appreciation for hosting this giveaway.