Whenever we’re in the parks or scoping out new merchandise online, we can’t help but take a few Disney items home with us!
Our collections have definitely been growing over the years with the amount of apparel, accessories, and more that we pick up. But, we might need to start counting how many pieces we’ve got in our collection, because Disney fans are setting WORLD RECORDS!
The Orlando Sentinel has shared that Winter Haven resident Deb Hoffmann holds one of the coolest Guinness World Records we’ve ever heard about! She owns the largest Winnie the Pooh collection with over 20,000 items.
Deb received her first Winnie the Pooh stuffed animal when she was 2 years old!
Over the years, her collection has grown to have so many items that she has to split them across her Winter Haven AND Wisconsin homes! That’s a lot of friends from the Hundred Acre Wood.
Deb owns amazing collectibles, like a Winnie the Pooh costume used in the Disney Parks in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as one used at Sears in the 1970s and 1980s.
She has all sorts of items, ranging from plushes…
…and even home goods! If you can think it up, Deb probably has a Winnie the Pooh version of it.
You can take a look at Deb’s full collection of Winnie the Pooh Items on the Orlando Sentinel. And, you can stay tuned with All Ears for the latest Disney entertainment and news!
Do you collect any Disney items? Let us know in the comments below!
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