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Our new guest author Sabrina Jones baked a cookie cake for The Disney Store’s 28th birthday today. If you can’t make it out to your local store for the celebration, you can take advantage of today’s discounts at the online … Continue reading
Good news, Disney is continuing it’s series of retro-inspired limited edition Disney Parks Authentic t-shirts. They’ve moved on from attraction posters to special designs meant to evoke that sense of longing and nostalgia we all have for the parks when … Continue reading
Writing your list for Santa? Trying to decide if you’ve been naughty or nice? You might want to wait until you’ve watched the following video. Steven Miller, Merchandise Communication Manager, walks us through a selection of holiday themed items along … Continue reading
The Disney Store UK has released a charming Christmas ad that features a chain reaction involving hundreds of toys, apparel, and other merchandise. Rube Goldberg would have been proud.
The off-season is not usually a time when we see a lot of new t-shirt patterns appearin in stores at Walt Disney World, but there are two exceptions to that this time. First, it’s the holiday season and boy do … Continue reading