beatingheartbride asked:

((My only tea suggestion is that the apple pieces + apple flavoring might be a little too strong? Especially since peppermint tea is usually kinda intense, so two big flavors might be a tad overpowering. But it sounds really good, though!))

((Thanks muchly for the tips!))

the-mansions-volunteer

kevinandjody:

Rolly Crump’s fantastic designs for Disneyland’s unbuilt “Museum of the Weird” are the inspiration for an exciting tribute show at Creature Features in Burbank. The exhibit of over 70 pieces of Crump-inspired artwork opens next Saturday evening and runs for only two weeks. Rolly himself will attend the opening reception!

Of course, we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to build something ourselves following one of Rolly’s original drawings. The magical “Tower of the Weird” stands 9.5 feet tall and is made of hand-carved wood painted in acrylic colors, with metal fittings, a pottery cauldron, vintage jewelry hardware, glass and brass beads, 1960s Craft Master crushed stone, Swarovski crystals, and a vintage silk tassel.

More images on our Facebook page.


 ”Museum of the Weird” Tribute Show.

phantomofthe-manor
disneylandguru:

“The Ghost Host of Haunted Mansion Holiday always says, ‘even a gingerbread house can be scary,’ and we’ve definitely taken the design towards scary this year,” says Tim Wollweber, Graphic Designer/Sculptor.
Of course, the Haunted Mansion Holiday gingerbread house adds a little whimsy with a hapless gingerbread zombie trapped inside – and those frightening spikes are very sharp, red-and-white candy canes. The gingerbread house also will feature opening and closing doors and lights.
The wood foundation is wired, then sent to the Disneyland Resort Central Bakery for a 3-week layover to apply 200 pounds of gingerbread, 200 pounds of royal icing, 150 pounds of fondant, and all sorts of other sticky treats. The gingerbread house stands at almost 7 feet tall.
There’s plenty of time to take it all in – Haunted Mansion Holiday goes through January 6, 2015

disneylandguru:

“The Ghost Host of Haunted Mansion Holiday always says, ‘even a gingerbread house can be scary,’ and we’ve definitely taken the design towards scary this year,” says Tim Wollweber, Graphic Designer/Sculptor.

Of course, the Haunted Mansion Holiday gingerbread house adds a little whimsy with a hapless gingerbread zombie trapped inside – and those frightening spikes are very sharp, red-and-white candy canes. The gingerbread house also will feature opening and closing doors and lights.

The wood foundation is wired, then sent to the Disneyland Resort Central Bakery for a 3-week layover to apply 200 pounds of gingerbread, 200 pounds of royal icing, 150 pounds of fondant, and all sorts of other sticky treats. The gingerbread house stands at almost 7 feet tall.

There’s plenty of time to take it all in – Haunted Mansion Holiday goes through January 6, 2015