Disney Greeting Card

Greeting cards serve as a way to extend your thoughts and express your emotions to the recipient of the card. They are often used during various celebrations and life events. It is undeniable that greeting cards have been part of the people’s lives for a long time now, so has Disney. The company was founded by Disney brothers Walt and Roy in the early 1920’s and has continued its service in providing fun family friendly entertainment for all ages.

Disney in partnership with popular publishing company Hallmark company, started to produce and publish greeting cards as early as the 1930’s. Disney characters were incorporated in the greeting cards that Hallmark produced. In this article, we have provided examples of Disney greeting cards that will definitely satisfy your Disney design needs. You may also see floral greeting cards.

Frozen Greeting Card Design Example

Frozen Greeting Card Designs

 Disney Greeting Card and Envelope

Beauty and the Beast Disney Greeting Card and Envelope

Disney Melancholy Greeting Card Example

Disney Melancholy Greeting Card

The Effects of Disney Movies on Society

There are varied opinions on the effects of Disney movies in today’s society, but mostly, people would say, especially children, that Disney has impacted their lives positively. Below are the effects of Disney movies on society in general. You may also see thank you greeting cards.

Enchanting and Magical

Nothing is more satisfying than seeing children feel how magical and enchanting a movie is. Most of them feel like they are one of the characters in the movie, particularly the main character. Although they won’t obtain any magical power, they still want to possess the traits of their favorite character such as bravery, perseverance, wisdom, and strength among others. You may also see love greeting cards.

Inspiring and Motivating

A lot of people get inspiration from watching movies, especially Disney films because of the lessons they learn from it; for example the hard work and drive possessed by the main characters. These movies usually inspire us to become more goal-driven, pursuing our dreams and aspirations in life and doing whatever it takes to achieve it. If our motivations are always for the greater good, then the results always in favor us in the end. You may also see creative greeting cards.

The characters themselves have also become an inspiration and role models for individuals of all ages. Take for example Cinderella, Pocahontas, Mulan, Merida, Pongo, Stitch, Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Iron Man, Luke Skywalker and Captain America just to name a few. You may also see floral greeting cards.

Helps in Personal Decision Making

Disney movies do not only teach us to be self-driven and courageous but also give us life lessons and morals that we can always apply in actual situations. The best part about learning is applying what you have learned in real life. Theories will remain as theories and do not impact anything unless they will be practically used. These films will help us open our minds to certain probabilities that may occur in real life and remind us that life is not always about happiness and pleasure.

There are really times when you have to face difficult situations and make careful decisions that will permanently affect your life. There are also times when you have to selfless and make sacrifices just to save another person or a group of people. You may also see congratulations greeting cards.

Disney Greeting Card Design Example

Disney Greeting Card by Takami Suzuki

 Thank You Card Greeting Card Example

Aladdin Thank You Card Greeting Card

Disney’s 3D Hearts Handmade Greeting Card Example

Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 3D Hearts Handmade Greeting Card

 Walt Disney Card Example

Megan Hess for Hallmark and The Walt Disney Company

Princess Jasmine Disney Greeting Card Example

Princess Jasmine Disney Greeting Cards

Lion King Greeting Card Example

Lion King Greeting Card

Mickey Mouse Handmade Card Example

Mickey Mouse Handmade Card

Timeline of Disney Films

  • 1928 – Disney was founded by Walt and Roy Disney. The iconic Mickey Mouse character was also born and has represented the company up to this day.
  • 1937 – Disney’s first ever animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was released.
  • 1940 – Pinocchio was released.
  • 1941 – Dumbo was released.
  • 1946 – Song of the South, produced by Disney and was released by RKO Radio Pictures.
  • 1950 – Cinderella, produced by Walt Disney Pictures was released.
  • 1951 – Alice in Wonderland, based on the books by Lewis Carroll, was released by Walt Disney Productions.
  • 1953 – Peter Pan, based on the play of the same name by J. M. Barrie, was released.
  • 1955 – Lady and the Tramp was released in collaboration with Buena Vista Distribution.
  • 1959 – Sleeping Beauty was released.
  • 1961 – 101 Dalmatians was released.
  • 1964 – Mary Poppins was released.
  • 1966 – Winnie the Pooh the released.
  • 1967 – The Jungle Book was released.
  • 1973 – Robin Hood was released.
  • 1989 – The Little Mermaid was released in collaboration with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Walt Disney Pictures. You may also see wedding greeting cards.
  • 1991 – Beauty and the Beast was released in collaboration with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Walt Disney Pictures.
  • 1992 – Aladdin was released in collaboration with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Walt Disney Pictures.
  • 1994 – The Lion King was released in collaboration with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Walt Disney Pictures. You may also see blank greeting cards.
  • 1995 – Pocahontas, Disney’s 33rd animated feature film, was released in collaboration with Walt Disney Feature Animation and Walt Disney Pictures.
  • 1995 – Toy Story was released.
  • 1997 – Hercules was released.
  • 2001 – Atlantis: The Lost Empire was released.
  • 2003 – Pirates of the Caribbean was released.
  • 2006 – Disney acquires Pixar (The Incredibles, Up, Finding Nemo, Monsters Inc., Wall-E, etc.).
  • 2009 – Disney acquires Marvel Entertainmment (Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, Black Panther, Doctor Strange, etc.) which paved the way for future Marvel films to be exclusively produced by the company.
  • 2012 – Disney acquires Lucasfilm (Star Wars film franchise).
  • 2012- Marvel’s The Avengers was released.
  • 2012- Wreck-It Ralph was released.
  • 2013 – Frozen was released.
  • 2014 – Big Hero 6 was released.
  • 2015 – The first Star Wars film under the Disney umbrella, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released.
  • 2015 – Disney partners with Sony Pictures Entertainment to use Spider-Man (in which Sony still has the rights to) in their upcoming films.
  • 2017 – Disney acquires 21st Century Fox, in which the latter currently has the rights of some Marvel properties such as X-Men, Deadpool, and Fantastic Four. Fox also owns the rights to other movie franchises such as Avatar, Planet of the Apes, Alien, and Kingsman.

The timeline is not only limited to the films above. Disney, especially after its acquisition of Pixar, has produced more than a dozen critically acclaimed films over the past years. You may have also heard of A Bug’s Life, Lilo & Stitch, Brother Bear, Chicken Little, Cars, Ratatouille, Meet the Robinsons, and Inside Out just to name a few. The movie and merchandise giant has shown no signs of stopping and will continue to create and produce movies not just for children but for adults as well. You may also see diy greeting card

Of the films listed, which are the ones familiar to you the most?

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We have observed that Disney has a great impact on society, especially to children, by inspiring them as well as opening their minds to the truth about life. Moreover, we also see Disney merchandise everywhere; from dolls, to action figures, to pencils and pencil cases, notebooks, planners, mugs, bags, picture frames, shirts, key chains, caps, hoodies, and to almost any retail product you can think of. It is undeniable that Disney has placed a mark on society and will continue to do so for generations. You may also fall greeting cards.

Similarly, greeting cards are not exempted with regards to incorporating Disney designs through their partnership with Hallmark. We hope that you purchase one or all of the Disney greeting card designs above for an event or for your own personal use. You may also see birthday cards.

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