During our recent travels to Walt Disney World, AJ and I ran into some weird and random food-related merchandise in many Disney shops. Here’s a little tour of what’s for sale in the World these days (descriptions are our humble opinions…).
Ceramic 1971 Magic Kingdom Tumbler
Nostalgia is big when it comes to Disney merch right now, and there’s nothing out there quite like this ceramic 1971 MK tumbler. It even comes with a swirly straw and rubber cap.
Kind of Creepy Mickey Bottle Opener
I’ll be honest — this bottle opener creeps me out in the same way the BoardWalk Inn clown slide does. BUT, it’s for sale all over the parks on both coasts, so people must love it!
This Ariel fascinator (tiny hat) displays a dinglehopper disguised as a fork. Note the coral-esque “feathers” on the left.
Diva Pot Holders
This new kitchen series features a potholder/dishtowel combination. The Tink version says “Domestic Diva,” the Cinderella version says, “I don’t do dishes,” and the Minnie version says, “Desperate Housewife.” Hmmmmm.
Japanese Cosmetics/Pencil Bags
I always love scoping out the bags at Mitsukoshi Department Store in Epcot’s Japan, and these were a great find. This one says “Hansel and Gretel go to the sweet house in the forest.”
And this one depicts Alice in Wonderland’s Mad Hatter tea party…complete with door mouse!
I almost thought this little cutie was a new form of Vinylmation, but really it’s a sippy cup. Fun!
Not only can you find cute boot glasses in Disneyland’s Golden Horseshoe, you can even find miniature versions of them in Epcot’s Germany! Three little boots = three little shots.
Two for One Mickey Bar necklaces
These come in a pair so you can keep one and share one with your BFF. That’s almost like sharing a real Mickey Bar. (Oh wait, that’s not something I’ve ever done :-))
Come on. Everyone needs one of these. You can find yours in Epcot’s Japan.
If hand blown goblets are out of your price range, these $15.00 Minnie-stemmed wine glasses are a great alternative.
OK, I’ve seen this all over the place and I can’t quite figure out what it is. Is it candy? Is it a game? Is it a candy game?
Again in Japan at Epcot, these darling erasers are over in the stationery section. I must confess that I bought the one on the top right and have a mini “tea party” happening on my office desk right now. Why is everything in Japan so stinkin’ cute?
Official Oktoberfest Beverage Glove
I know some folks who are going to need this for the Epcot Food and Wine Festival… . Find it in Epcot’s Germany!
Not-Really-The-Monorail-But-Kinda-Looks-Like-The-Monorail Bento Dish
This Bento dish isn’t a Disney branded product, but it ought to be. I mean, it’s the monorail, right? OK, OK, we know it’s the bullet train thanks to our commenters here, but still…
Alrighty! That’s just a sampling of the awesomeness we found on our recent visits!! Be sure to share what you’re finding by sending us a twitter or facebook message and pic! And don’t forget to head over to DisneyStore.com to see if any of this great stuff is available there.
What’s coming home with YOU from your next Disney trip?