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5 THINGS TO DO AT DISNEYLAND THIS WEEK:
1. Mickey and the Magical Map Show (check the Dashboard or use MagicSearch for Showtimes.
2. Try the new Big Thunder!
3. Captain America Meet and Greet in Innoventions
4. Radiator Springs Racers (get your Fastpasses at Park opening)
5. Fried Chicken at the newly reopened Plaza Inn!
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MAGIC MORNING Disneyland Park: Guests with a 3+ day ticket can choose ONE day for early entry Tues, Thu, or Sat. EXTRA MAGIC HOURS for Resort Hotel Guests: Disneyland Park, Tue, Thu, Sat. California Adventure (including Cars Land) Mon, Wed, Fri, Sun. Radiator Springs Racers is open during early entry, but Fastpasses are not available during this time. More info here.
For those of you interested in making your very own tie-dyed Disney shirts, I documented the steps yesterday when I made some more, and will post the steps in pieces. If you miss a step, just go to my profile page and read from the bottom up. Step 2 - Preparing your dye. At this point, you might want to change into some old clothes if you haven't already, lol! I like to use the dye packets shown... you can buy them at your local hobby or craft store (along with the tie-dye kits that will include everything you need if you don't already have the supplies at home). Fill each bottle with the color of your choice. I have found that one bottle will complete ~2 shirts. The more dye you add, the darker the color. So, if you want two different shades of red (a lighter and darker), put a small amount of red dye in one bottle and twice as much in the other. I have also found that using three colors for each shirt color works best, but I have also used 2 or 1 color (our orange AK Lion King shirts) and they turned out just fine. Just remember, the more colors, the more your swirl on the shirt will be defined. Fill the bottles with water to the fill line, replace the cap and shake well (until all the dye residue has dissolved). Place your dye bottles on your work station (keeping your colors separated), and arm yourself with plastic gloves!!