Disney Fairies Tinker Bell Christmas Ornaments, Figurines And Decorations
Disney Fairies Tinker Bell Christmas Ornaments, Figurines and Decorations
If you are thinking of decorating your Christmas tree with Christmas Angels and Christmas Fairies to bring out a more magical Christmas atmosphere, what better way to do this than with Tinker Bell, the little pixie from Peter Pan fame.
Tinker Bell (alternatively spelled as Tinkerbell, aka Tink), a tinker fairy, is a character created by J. M. Barrie in his 1904 play and 1911 novel Peter and Wendy (according to Wikipedia), in which he created the Peter Pan we all know and love.
Tinker Bell started out with humble beginnings as a pixie that makes and mends tools. But as her myth grew and grew, she has gone from strength to strength. Since her debut in Disney's 1953 animated film Peter Pan, Tinker Bell has been given the honour of sprinkling pixie dust at the start of most Disney movies and videos, and as she grew in popularity, been adopted as a mascot for the company. As her popularity explodes even further, she now has her own Disney Fairies franchise involving books, toys, and even movies about her and all her fairy friends - Silvermist, Fawn, Iridessa, and Rosetta.
She recently entrenched herself into mainstream consciousness by becoming the smallest waxwork ever to be made at Madame Tussauds, measured only 5 1/2 inches. She has been presented with the 2,418th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (gasp!), becoming the 13th fictional character, and the 6th from Disney to receive the honor.
So what better way to celebrate her recent achievements than to inspire your kids with story of her achievements and to decorate your Christmas tree with Tinker Bell and her fairy friends. :)
Tinker Bell Christmas Tree Topper
Tinker Bell Ornaments
Tinker Bell Stockings
A Final Word
As with all Christmas
shopping online, do it early and mostly when you spot a price that is well
discounted below retail. This is where this hub can help you, as you
can, at a glance, scan through the page, compare the Amazon and the list price, and choose those where the Amazon price goes below the list price.
Happy shopping! :)