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How Kingdom Konsultant Agents Are Doing Disney at Home Part 2

A few weeks ago, we brought you a little insight into what five of our Agents have been doing in quarantine to bring a little Disney magic home. Let's look into what some more of our Agents have been up to over the last few months of staying at home!  Click on their names for each Agent's Spotlight to learn more about them. Read Part 1 here.


Anna has been busy transforming a room from a princess theme to Lilo and Stitch!




Carey really let her creativity shine as she put together a Beach Club Staycation for her and her family.  She incorporated many Disney favorites from Mickey waffles and ice cream to MagicBands.  Some of the activities included a trip to the sandy bottom pool followed by a movie on the "beach", fireworks viewing, and lunch at Casey's. 







Katie has been supervising her nine year old in the kitchen, as she plans, bakes and decorates her own cakes. Now that looks delicious!



Yaritza has been busy whipping up Disney breakfasts at home.  Her two favorites have been Gaston's Cinnamon Rolls and Kona Cafe's Tonga Toast.  For the cinnamon rolls: don’t try to fit all of the rolls in a 9x13 pan. Just put 8 of them in the pan or some of them will be undercooked.



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