A compilation of mousellaneous stuff to inspire, animate, and cheer
(disclaimer: I don't take credit for anything. Everything, when possible, is linked back to it's rightful owners)



Tim Burton received this handmade cake from his animation team and it’s basically the coolest shit ever.

zoetrope cake *o*


Sooo I made a historically informed mix for Tiana and her restaurant. All songs from the 1920s with an emphasis on New Orleans artists, with a few other things thrown in for variety’s sake. It’s meant to sound like a night of dining and listening to the band at Tiana’s Palace, so it’d be good for an 1920s themed writing too.

Historical Disney: Tiana’s Palace by linkeepsitreal.

Track List:

1. I’m A Little Bluebird | Sidney Bechet
2. True Blue Lou | Annette Hanshaw
3. Toad Frog Blues | Ma Rainey
4. Creole Love Call | Duke Ellington
5. So Sweet | Jimmy Noone
6. I’m A Dreamer (Aren’t We All) | Gracie Fields
7. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out | Bessie Smith
8. Ain’t Misbehavin’ | Louis Armstrong
9. I Found A New Baby | Josephine Baker
10. The Charleston | New Orleans Jazz Band 
11. Honeysuckle Rose | Fats Waller And His Rhythm
12. Ever Since The Movies Learned To Talk | Billy Murray
13. Frankie and Johnny |  Fate Marable’s Society Syncopators
14. Tin Roof Blues | Jelly Roll Morton
15. Let’s Misbehave | Irving Aaronson
16. New Orleans Stomp | King Oliver & His Creole Jazz Band
17. Baby of Mine | Ethel Waters
18. Sweet Little Papa | Louis Armstrong & Kid Ory
19. Jazz Convulsions | Duke Ellington
20. Original Jelly Roll Blues | Jelly Roll Morton
21. High Society Rag | Johnny Dodds
22. Sweet Ella May | Earl Hines
23. Tiger Rag | Duke Ellington



Here’s a little animation I tossed together to celebrate the Matterhorn Bobsleds’ 55th birthday!

This is amazing.

tagged as
# disney
# princess

Disney Parks + animated outfit study


DIY crystal ball made with a smart phone. Couldn’t be simpler. Or spookier.

1. Download your favorite video of a fortune teller or spooky spirit. Put the video on infinite loop.

2. Wrap the phone with black cloth and slide it into a goldfish bowl. Adjust the cloth to cover the controls on the phone.

3. Carefully set the goldfish bowl on top of a candle stand, then step back and watch the amazed looks on the faces of your family and friends.

4. Now you have a crystal ball!


Finished my homemade Tigger ear hat! :)

by Areyna Schmidt (

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The ladies all together. looking pretty fierce! 

Now the long wait for Merida…