There are so many adorable accessories in the Disney Parks and we think we just found our new favorites! Inspired by the beloved attraction, we spotted three new “it’s a small world” merch additions for your collection!
Disney has been focusing a lot of merchandise around iconic food lately, and we’ve been highlighting some great examples (WDW suitcase, Disneyland suitcase, cupcake clothes for kids, Mickey waffle pajama pants).
Here’s a round-up of the recent shirts that have come out! Go ahead and wear your Disney food!
Of course, there’s always the old favorite as well! Get your own calorie-free turkey leg shirt!
Disney Design Group collaborated with shirt designer Richard Terpstra, to create some awesome shirts featuring favorite Disney theme park snacks (Churros are a great on-the-go snack while touring a Disney park)! Thanks to Melissa Sue Sorrells Galley who spotted this one at [Read more…]
Remember when that cool piece of luggage was spotted in Disneyland? The one with Disneyland icons and food decorating the whole suitcase?
We’ll, we’re happy to share that a Walt Disney World version was spotted at Epcot’s Mouse Gear store by Reader Chantel B.!
The suitcase features names of Disney World theme parks, Mickey ear hats, Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bars, [Read more…]
More and more, we’re seeing iconic Disney food depicted as graphics, shapes, and patterns in Disney merchandise. You’ll remember the Mickey Bar-shaped antenna topper and the Mickey breakfast pajama pants, of course. And who can forget the Disney food playset and the Disney food magnets!
But walking through the lobby of the Grand Californian Friday night, I spotted what I think is quite possibly the coolest “food” merchandise I’ve ever come across. So cool that I have a strong feeling I will be back to buy it.
I love Disney Food. I love Disney travel. SO, why not combine the two for a super awesome, totally radical new Disney food suitcase? This beauty was calling my name from its pedestal in the lobby gift shop.
The fun snack food designs are what caught my eye first. I noticed the Mickey Bars, popcorn, lollipops, and cotton candy. Already I’m sold. THEN I saw that it was specific to Disneyland Resort and noticed the text that read Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. So fun.
But wait! There’s still more to notice. It took me a minute until I realized that the orange “shape” was actually the silhouette of Grizzly Peak over at DCA, and of course you can’t forget the purple Sleeping Beauty Castle. Another fun detail? The [Read more…]