We love bringing home Disney mugs as souvenirs — they’re a super useful way to add a dose of Disney to our daily lives!
We’re constantly on the lookout for new mugs to add to our collection. So we were so excited to find loads of new mugs at World of Disney in Downtown Disney!
We recently saw the Cheshire Cat Sketch Mug at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and now it’s available in Disneyland, too! The mug is $14.99 and has a series of Cheshire Cat sketches, complete with his devilish grin.
Experiment 626 also has his own mug! The Stitch Sketch Mug is $14.99 and features some cool artwork of Stitch!
This gorgeous Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mug is really making us miss Fantasmic! It’s got lots of cool artwork and notes about the animation of Sorcerer Mickey in Fantasia.
The mug, which is $22.99, also comes with a spoon shaped like one of Mickey’s magical brooms! Which is perfect for stirring all the hot cocoa we’re about to start drinking — ’tis the season!
But wait! Because we found ANOTHER Stitch Mug. And this one has a cute palm tree spoon! Stitch’s face is on the front and Scrump is on the handle.
The back of this mug says “Trouble Maker,” which is a pretty solid summary of Stitch! You can snag it for $22.99.
This Disney Princesses Mug depicts the Disney Princesses like the superstars they are with a rainbow silhouette of the princesses around Cinderella Castle.
But it’s what’s inside this $14.99 mug that really makes us smile. Because the princesses are just that: fierce, bold, and strong!
How PRECIOUS is this Pooh and Friends Mug? Pooh is right there on the front, and he’s probably craving the honey seeming to drip out of the mug’s top! And Eeyore is hanging out as well!
The back features Tigger and Piglet, and aren’t they “Something Sweet?” This mug is $19.99.
We’ve also spotted some of these mugs in Disney World. We’ll keep an eye out for more new mugs to add to our collection, so stay tuned!
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Do you have a Disney mug collection? Let us know in the comments!