Mickey and Minnie in their Santa-inspired outfits are $26.00 each.
Bundled up Eeyore is $50.00.
Pajama Mickey is ready to dream of sugar plums. He’s all yours for $30.00.
This figurine of Mickey and Minnie all snuggled up in a quilt is $50.00.
Mickey and the gang are dressed as traditional carolers in this storybook scene. This figurine retails at $75.00.
Frozen2 fever has spread to Crystal Arts. We found a small collection of jewelry inspired by the Snow Queen herself!
This unique, purposefully mismatched pair of earrings feature Elsa’s silhouette and her signature snowflake. They’re available for $60.00.
These two necklaces are also brand new to Crystal Arts. The necklace on the left has a simple design that features Elsa surrounded by flurries. It costs $55.00. The other necklace features an assortment of symbols associated with the Frozen franchise. It retails at $80.00.
A gardener was out early this morning in the plaza touching up some hanging plants.
At Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe, the posts outside the store’s entrance were still wrapped with construction walls. Scrim was in place to cover what work had been done.
Inside Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe, Christmas plush are EVERYWHERE. It’s cuteness overload and we’re not complaining! We just want to squeeze them all!
Minnie is ready to visit Mickey’s Main Stree Tree Farm. She’s $21.99.
This Minnie is working a retro Santa look. She’s $29.99.
Pluto has his letter ready to send to Santa at the North Pole. He’s $21.99.
Construction progresses slowly, but surely at Liberty Square Market.
In Fantasyland, Ariel was soaking up the sunshine.
We walked over to Magic Kingdom’s biggest construction site, TRON, to check on progress.
We saw lots of constructions workers present. The majority of work happening seemed to involve welding and was taking place inside the structure, as well as on the exterior.
We poked our heads into Mickey’s Star Traders to see if anything was new. Not much had changed on the outside. The store’s logo is still covered.
On the inside, construction walls had been pushed back, creating more floor space for merchandise.
That about does it here at Magic Kingdom. Thanks for following along!