PHOTO REPORT: Disney Springs 8/17/19 (Halloween Merchandise, New Pins, Cakes at Amorette’s Patisserie, and More!)

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We just can’t get enough Halloween merchandise here at Walt Disney World. We decided to head over to Disney Springs and see what new merchandise and snacks we could find today.

We were surprised to find the Haunted Mansion 50th anniversary SHAG merchandise available at the Co-Op. The Harveys bag and camp shirt were both available, but had been “sold out” to event guests. Strange.

Pumpkin Mickey Lanyard

New Halloween pins and accessories have arrived at Disney Pin Traders. Here are just a few of our favorites. The reversible lanyard has Mickey shaped pumpkins and even Mickey spiders!

The Nightmare Before Christmas Sally dress has returned again this year and can be found at the Marketplace Co-Op for $128.

“I Brake for Hitchhiking Ghosts” car magnet is available for $9.99 in World of Disney. This reminds us of the D-Tech magnets.

DisneyStyle has a new Inside Out Rainbow Unicorn phone case. “Glitter. Coffee. Famous.” Words to live by.

Amorette’s Patisserie has some new cakes. There is a cute unicorn petit cake for $16. The colors are really pretty. The cake is a vanilla chiffon with Grand Marnier simple syrup, chantilly cream, fresh strawberries, strawberry jam, and strawberry buttercream.

There is also an NBA Experience Basketball Mousse for $8. This Mickey ear basketball is made of chocolate cake with salted caramel mousse, Baileys mousse, and dark chocolate crisp pearls. There’s even a cute little “NBA Experience” logo on the front.

We’re awaiting some fresh awnings above the future home of the Ron Jon Surf Shop.

The NBA Experience is finally open! Be sure to check out all the details here.

Outside, construction continues on the rest of the building. Cute new lamp posts have been added outside of the construction walls.

It’s time for a Halloween merchandise shopping spree, so that’s all for today. Be sure to stay tuned for our next photo report!