The Eight Days of Christmas and Little Bit More

I was at the Marketplace at Downtown Disney recently and visited the Disney’s Days of Christmas Shop.

While browsing, I noticed a cute sign with one of the “12 Days of Christmas” printed on it. It piqued my curiosity so I started to search for all twelve. To my dismay, I couldn’t find them. So I asked a cast member and was told that there are only eight. Strange, but I took pictures of them to share with you.

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

Days of Christmas Sign Downtown Disney

If you’re collecting the Disney Christmas Village pieces, two new buildings have been added. First there is the DV LDG Castle for $44.95. Also available is the Ivory Castle for $65.00. This piece features the same Mickey and Minnie that can be found on a Christmas stocking, Big Fig, tree skirt, and several other pieces.

Disney Christmas Village

Disney Christmas Village

While visiting the Art of Disney Shop, I noticed that they have a new Big Fig for those of you who like to decorate for Halloween. This Mickey and Minnie pumpkin set sell for $175. It’s approximately 8 inches high and 15 inches wide.

Halloween Mickey and Minnie big Fig

For those of you who like to take your lunch to work or school, I found a new Lunch Tote for $19.95 at Mickey’s Pantry. It was reasonably thick (insulated) and had a shiny, metallic-like finish on the inside to help keep items hot or cold.

Lunch%20Tote%201.jpg

Lunch%20Tote%202.jpg

And finally, I snapped a few pictures of the construction taking place in front of the World of Disney. The stage that occupies this area is being completely redesigned and improved. From what I understand, it will be covered when complete.

Construction Downtown Disney Stage

Construction Downtown Disney Stage

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