TheKrafteeMom (47 Posts)

I am a mom, a wife, a friend. I home school. I organize, plan & create. I attend many tea parties with puppies & elephants. Imagination has no bounds in our home. I am a Disney fanatic (Neurotic Disney Mom #130) and I also run a Disney lifestyle site, The Disney Driven Life. I am the Kraftee Mom. My goal? To help, encourage & show others that they can live in a "kraftee" world, too.


In a new segment hosted by The Disney Driven Life, Family Movie Adventure Night takes your ordinary movie night & transforms it into a unique & new experience…one that your whole family will enjoy!  With fun activities, themed recipes & decorations, all you need to add is your family! So what are you waiting for?

The Pirate Fairy Movie Adventure Night

The Pirate Fairy Movie Adventure Night

The Pirate Fairy is a movie my family & I have been waiting a LONG time for! The 5th film in the Disney Fairies’ franchise brings more of Neverland into the story of Pixie Hollow & the introduction of a very young Captain Hook. The movie focuses on saving Pixie Hollow’s coveted Blue Pixie Dust, which is the life-blood of the Pixie Dust tree. I knew the release date would be big in our home, and an even bigger movie night would definitely follow!

The Pirate Fairy Movie Adventure Night

The Pirate Fairy Movie Adventure Night

Blue Food Fun

Blue Food Fun

We took advantage of the  The Pirate Fairy official website to prepare for this movie night.  I started planning this one a few days in advance, as some of the decorations & food would take some time to prepare. We decided to make the Magical Pixie Dust Lamp from the official movie site & the Pirate Fairy Paper Lanterns from Spoonful. I really liked how the Pixie Dust Lamp turned out. I didn’t have a jar that would be stable if I turned it upside down, so we glued a blue ribbon around the neck & added a piece of “moonstone” where it met in the middle. The battery operated candle stayed in place upside down with the help of Velcro dots. The Paper Lanterns were fun & super easy…print, cut, glue.   A search on Pinterest showed the most popular menu items for this movie were blue. While I chose not to color any of our food blue, we did decide on a blue-raspberry cake & blue punch for dessert. We made the cake earlier in the morning, so I printed a color sheet & we were ready for our movie!

The movie was a great & our decorations were cute. Since the movie, we have been on a marathon of TinkerBell movies, all while our Pixie Dust Lamp glows bright!

This post was inspired by the Disney Driven Life’s post, The Pirate Fairy -Disney Family Movie Adventure Night~ Be sure to check out their ideas!

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