These first caught my eye at the World of Disney store in Downtown Disney where the keychains reside (closer to the Starbucks side). After my last keychain broke, I’ve been looking for a replacement, and these were a no-brainer. I think these may tug on your heart too.
I was flipping through photos and stumbled upon this forgotten gem I found in the World Of Disney store. From far away it looked just like another notebook with a picture of the iconic Sleeping Beauty castle on the front — very nice looking, but standard Disney merchandise fare. But curiosity it the best of me and I had to take a closer look. I’m glad I did as I was pleasantly surprised. 🙂
Across from the Little Mermaid ride in California Adventure, is a special gift shop dedicated to the very same underwater Disney classic movie. It is a must-visit for any Ariel fan.
Disney pins have become a recent interest for me. I have been fighting the urge for a long time because I knew that once I started, there was no way I could quit lol. Fast forward a couple months and now every trip requires a pit stop to Westward Ho Trading Co. in Frontierland to see the latest pins.
At the Briar Patch hat shop in Critter Country at Disneyland, I found a new ear hat full of polka dots. It’s the new Minnie wizard ear hat! At least I think it’s a wizard hat.
Awhile I go I was able to get a few of these tiny hats on sale on the Disney Store website and I’m glad I did! They are smaller versions of the ear hats that Disneyland sells, but that’s not all. Some unique touches make these special on their own. Come take a look at the Mickey MousekeEar hat!
Who knew Disney printed shirts specifically for spring breakers?! I liked how the colors are bright and pop out. And the tank top would be perfect to wear if you’re vacationing in Hawaii. Especially if you’re staying at Aulani!
On my last trip, this new head decoration got pointed out to me at the hat store next to Tomorrowland Terrace.
It’s pink, fluffy, and definitely interesting.
I love The Nightmare Before Christmas! “This is Halloween” and “What’s this” always gets stuck in my head for the entire 4th quarter of the year. If you’ve ridden the haunted mansion ride during the same time of year, you probably know what I’m talking about. 🙂