Etsy shop owner Kelly Arce Design really captures Cinderella’s elegance and regal charm with this handmade wine glass. And her gold filigree details are just gorgeous.

She also has a ton of other Disney-inspired glasses based on Rapunzel, Jasmine, Alice in Wonderland, and Ariel. There’s even a few villains tossed in there along with glasses inspired by A Nightmare Before Christmas.

Check out out the whimsical designs after the jump.

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Frozen fever is still going strong around the world and in Disney parks. The “Frozen Fun” event recently launched at Disneyland in Anaheim, and “Anna and Elsa’s Frozen Fantasy” just took over Tokyo Disneyland. That park seems to rock special events like no other, and goes all out with theming. Besides parades, icy decorations, and giving some of their hotel rooms Arendelle makeovers, they also have delectable and cute Frozen edibles.

Miyata Takeshi from dpost.jp visited the event and snapped tons of photos including ones of food. You can get grape sherbet and blue jelly sundaes inspired by Anna and Elsa and an Olaf lemon sherbet and yogurt mousse sundae. Tokyo Disneyland’s Sherwood Garden restaurant features an elaborate Frozen-themed buffet with blue Jell-O and cakes decorated in Elsa and Anna colors.

Man, I need to get to Tokyo Disneyland, but I probably won’t make it before “Frozen Fantasy” ends on March 20th.

More photos after the break.

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When Nick of Dude Foods heard about the new mac and cheese cones that Disney is debuting at some of its theme parks, he was too excited to plan a trip to try them out–he decided to make his own version at home. Nick used bread dough to make his cone, and just like the Disney version, he topped his off with plenty of bacon. Looks delicious, right?

Learn more about this tasty cone over at Dude Foods.

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If anyone is going to do gingerbread right, it’s Disney. A handful of Walt Disney World Resorts near Orlando, Florida, are currently playing host to some massive and detailed gingerbread buildings that will be on display through the first week of January. The builds include a Frozen-inspired gingerbread ice castle, a gingerbread life-size replica of a Jersey Shore Boardwalk concession stand, a life-size gingerbread spinning holiday carousel (seriously), and a life-size gingerbread house. Wow.

More photos of amazing gingerbread constructions after the break.

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Big Hero 6 will be in theaters this weekend, and the ever-so-cute Baymax is likely to be the star of the show. If you’d like to celebrate the power of robotic friendship, then you should try your hand at making some of these Baymax caramel apples.

Head on over to Food Adventures in Fiction to see how it’s done.

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Weddings may be a flurry of decisions, but after seeing the new cake mapping tech that debuted at this weekend’s Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Expo, the decision on cake may be a lot easier.

Imagine having Disney’s signature fireworks projected on your cake, or Cinderella at the ball?

Check out the video after the break to see it in action…

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This unbelievable cake features Toothless and Hiccup from the animated movie How To Train Your Dragon. It was made by Elisabete Caseiro of BetySugarLand Cake Design and is almost entirely edible. It measures approximately 31 inches by 28 inches by 20 inches and if you look closely, you can see that Toothless is only touching the board where he’s standing on one front leg!

See more pictures after the break.

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Make your mornings more magical by drinking your coffee and tea from Disney’s Fairytale mugs. The lovely collection features Sleeping Beauty, Tiana, Mulan, Cinderella, and Pocahontas with their princes, and the art is stunning. Plus, you don’t see many of these characters on merchandise too often – especially John Smith!

Check out more of the series after the break.

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Disney has unleashed Macaroni and Cheese Bread Cones upon its theme park patrons.

Ryan Horikoshi came across the cones at a concession stand in Disney’s Hollywood Studios (one of the four main theme parks at Florida’s Walt Disney World Resort), but it should also be noted that the cones have been available in the past at Disneyland’s Car Land and the Cozy Cone Motel. The cones are served in a medium drink cup, and they also come with a bag of chips.

Wendy with The Disney Food Blog chose to get bacon sprinkled on her cone and she noted that the doughy concoction was filled with “mac-and-cheese goodness.” That sounds pretty good to me!

Check out a pic of the other bread cone flavor, the Fiesta Chili-Cheese Bread Cone, after the break…
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