Part one is located here: https://www.easywdw.com/uncategorized/disney-world-christmas-holiday-hannukah-kwanza-new-years-merchandise-part-1/ You don’t necessarily need to look at Part 1 first. There’s no method to the madness. It’s just a lot of stuff. This set of merchandise is located at one of the stores in “World Showcase Plaza” at the base of World Showcase on the Canada side. Basically, as you enter World Showcase and walk toward Canada, this store is on the right.
More stuff to store for the other 11 months of the year, unless you live in a Christmas bazaar year-round.
You’re calling me a what?
To stop whine:
I mean wine. It would be cheaper to just drink the first bottle and then buy another, assuming you buy $3 bottles.
One of two little Christmas Trees:
Makes a little more sense than the Halloween trees.
It would be cheaper to just staple three of the $8.95 plates together to create a bigger tray.
A set of six ornaments.
The only Disney item I’ve bought this year is a 40th anniversary low ball glass for my scotch (for use when all my coffee mugs are dirty). Might have to get it a friend.
And shot glass:
A matching friend for the other friend.
Cute salt and pepper shakers:
An inexpensive and somewhat practical gift for the Disney fan.
Sort of a creepy canister. Faceless Santa? Sort of seems like the villain from a bad episode of GI Joe.
To clean up the wine that you knocked over because you tried to finish the bottle instead of buying the Mickey bottle stoppers. A vicious cycle.
It’s not a lot of things. Shouldn’t Disney add a few more to the list other than toy to make it more obvious as to what it actually is?
A holographic cup:
With the holiday design we’ve come accustomed to from the shirts, chocolates, etc.
You might as well just hang a banner that says, “We’re nuts,” because that’s what the neighbors are thinking.
Very cute. Very happy to see they added Stitch to the bottom left corner because I really feel like he is lacking a presence in the theme parks. In the same way hamburgers lack a presence.
Glass ornament sets:
Reasonably priced here too. Small though.
Zooming out for a moment:
Seriously, there are walls and walls of this stuff.
$22.95. More stocking choices to come.
Looks like a scarf. Something other than a toy.
Greeting cards – they look like they come in different sets, but each container holds 8 cards in two different designs for a total of 16 cards.
Just to pound the fact that you’re nuts to your family and friends, use greeting cards with Mickey Mouse skiing down a slope.
I don’t see why you couldn’t wear this around town. It would pair well with the halfsie.
A Tree Topper. Or hat for those of you wearing items that aren’t meant for humans. $24.95 with UPC – 400003354528.
Reversible Sweat Shirt:
With the same print as the pajamas from yesterday. I guess if you were in college and wanted to fit in by wearing pajamas to class, but didn’t actually want to wear your pajamas to class because it’s stupid, you could rock this instead.
As promised, more Mickey-bead-bracelets:
A Mickey Fleece Throw – getting cold in Florida. I woke up this morning shivering. Yes, I know it’s snowing up top there, but it’s 76 here too!!
40 x 60 inches (102cm x 153cm). 100% Polyester.
Perry getting into the action:
Glows in the dark too.
An outfit for Duffy:
Haters gonna hate.
Scarf, towel, bandana? Whatever you want.
More stocking choices.
Chanukah stuff. One of us spelled it wrong.
Don’t play dreidel with me. I’m extremely good at it.
Counting the nights of Hanukkah?
We all get confused.
If you Christmas people want a cup of coffee, it’s going to have to be out of the Hannukah mug:
That’s it for Hanuka.
Don’t eat these.
Some less expensive trinket-like items and such:
Angel antennae toppers.
A loose definition of “magic.” After an unfortunate experience with some “just add water” sea horses in my youth, I’m somewhat apprehensive to add water to anything other than pasta.
Lots of Tinker Bell stuff.
And Princess stuff.
An ornament that caught my eye:
Classy, which means expensive.
An extensive lineup this year.
That about does it for now. More to come.