The countdown to Christmas is on!
Disney loves to get us excited with advent calendars of all kinds. The best kind of advent calendar is the kind that is stocked with holiday treats or small gifts. We found a HUGE countdown calendar stocked full of pins in the parks and on shopDisney! It will make the countdown to Christmas almost as fun as Christmas itself!
It’s pretty epic, right? The Disney countdown calendar features 24 ornament pins inspired by Disney characters and movies. Each pin is hidden away in separate boxes so you can be surprised every day!
The pins are a subtle nod to each character using elements and scenes from the movie. You can see ornaments inspired by the Genie, Dumbo, Alice in Wonderland, and so much more!
The set comes with a Christmas tree that you can decorate with your ornament pins! Watch your tree fill up with Disney magic as the month goes by!
We also saw the set at Discovery Trading Company in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. It was hidden among the huge amount of holiday pins that were on display!
The set is $245 which includes the pins, countdown box, and tree.
What a great way to countdown for the holiday season! It also makes for a great early Christmas gift for the pin-lovers in your life.
Are you a fan of the new advent calendar? Let us know in the comments!
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