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A Disney collection is a great way to bring some of the magic of a Disney vacation to your home. With thousands of souvenirs available at the parks, there are numerous possibilities for your collection. Here are some of our best suggestions for starting your Disney collection.
Disney pins are a very popular item to collect. With thousands of pins available, you will be sure to find many showcasing your favorite character or attraction. Limited edition pins are often created to commemorate special events such as the grand opening of a new attraction. You can also find Disney pins celebrating holidays, birthdays, and other special occasions. Pin trading is another fun way to expand your Disney pin collection. Once your collection has begun, you can display your pins on a lanyard, in a shadow box, or in various other creative displays.
You can almost feel a chill in the air (brrr!) as the date to register for this year’s 13 Reflections of Evil trading event draws near. Whether you are a nefarious evil-doer, a sorcerer of courage, or an imaginative purple dragon, you are sure to enjoy the spellbinding thrills, chills and all-around frightful fun during the 13 Reflections of Evil trading event taking place September 13-15, 2013 in World ShowPlace at Epcot.
A couple weeks ago Disney gave you a sneak peek at some of the pins and Vinylmation debuting at this year’s event. What else can you expect to find? Event logo tees, a baseball hat, D-Tech phone cases, individual pins, jumbo pins, pin sets, original and limited edition artwork, sculptures, Vinylmation (even a few custom pieces), as well as a “lucky” ear hat.
Of course, They couldn’t go on without showing you Disney Design Group Artist Michael Sullivan’s favorite…the storybook pin set.
When you enter any park at Walt Disney World, or visit the Downtown Disney area, you can’t help but be overwhelmed and overstimulated by the vast amount of merchandise! Of course you might think of mouse ears, pins, and Vinylmation as some of the top Disney souvenirs. But, if you think outside the box a bit, you might be surprised what you’ll be bringing home. So, I want to share with you s0me suggestions for souvenirs you can get at Disney that will make everyone happy!
- Picture Frames. You know you’re taking a ton of pictures at Disney, right? Well, in almost every gift shop you’ll find some fun frames to showcase those memories. I try to keep in mind the frames I have, and make sure I get a good picture of our family from that current trip to put in it.
Disney Interactive has announced a slate of new family-friendly digital series to serve the need for quality on-demand content that is viewable across multiple platforms. This programming slate, which will serve the entire family with premium, original shows, will premiere on Disney.com and its digital network in order to engage audiences with the kind of powerful digital story-telling Disney is known for on whichever devices and platforms they prefer.
“Storytelling is deeply rooted in Disney’s heritage, and at Disney Interactive, we are carrying forward that legacy with premium, short-form original content that meets our high bar of ‘special entertainment with heart’,” said James Pitaro, Co-President of Disney Interactive. “We are relentlessly focusing on a quality Disney experience that allows us, and our advertising partners, to delight our Guests as we build out an interactive experience that is everywhere our guests are.”
Series unveiled at the company’s Newfront presentation to advertising partners in New York today include:
Put some spring in your step and plan your trip to the Walt Disney World Resort during April, because Disney has a lot of events taking place!
April 5: Disney Design Group Artist Tyler Dumas will be appearing at D Street in Downtown Disney Westside from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. to sign the latest pin, Vinylmation and D Tech release in the 2013 series.
April 4: ACME Archives Artist Annick Biaudet will be appearing at Uptown Jewelers in Magic Kingdom Park from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. to sign her newest releases inspired by “Beauty and the Beast.”