PHOTOS: New Disney Tiny Kingdom Blind Box Pin Series 1 Features Sonny Eclipse, Orange Bird, and Spitting Camel; Canvas Park Display Map Now Available at Walt Disney World
Tiny pin fans rejoice! There’s a fun new pin series that just debuted across Walt Disney World, celebrating the tiniest pins in the kingdom! Disney Tiny Kingdom has debuted with its first 24-pin series, where you can collect them all via blind box sets and create your very own tiny kingdom using a canvas map display! Let’s check out this fun new pin trading addition:
Disney Tiny Kingdom Display Map – $24.99
For you to display your pins on is this fun, printed canvas “map”. You can place pins along the different empty lands to create your very own version of the Magic Kingdom! The park map features the train station and Monorail system already printed on, and includes a starter pin of Cinderella Castle.
The packaging explains the premise behind this new pin trading collection. You can add attractions, decor, vehicles, and park characters as you purchase blind boxes or trade. Each series will include 24 tiny pins to collect.
In the back, there’s even a tiny pouch for you to keep any spare pins or pinbacks. The Disney Tiny Kingdom map retails for $24.99.
Disney Tiny Kingdom Pin Blind Box (Walt Disney World – Series 1) – $19.99
Each Disney Tiny Kingdom box contains 3 tiny pins out of the 24-set collection. Usually with blind box sets, they include two normal-sized pins for $17.99-$19.99 depending on the collection, so it seems fairly priced compared to the other sets.
The pin designs are the most fun part about this collection. They’ve hit a lot of fan favorites here, from the Spitting Camel in Adventureland, to the Sword in the Stone from Fantasyland, to Doombuggies, Orange Bird, and even the Zurg targets from Buzz Lightyear’s Space Ranger Spin. Check out that pin in the bottom left-hand corner. Yup, that’s Sonny Eclipse from Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe! (I’ll definitely be buying a few boxes to see if I get him)
Each pin box includes a glossy, printed map with the “official” placements of each pin.
And now, for a tiny unboxing…
We got a holiday caramel Mickey apple…
Plus a Diamond Horseshoe pin and the water tower from Goofy’s Wiseacre Farms, a nod to the original Barnstormer attraction prior to the New Fantasyland version.
And here they are on the canvas map! This was a map they had set up for a Pin Trading Night preview.
Will you be collecting Disney Tiny Kingdom pins? As a fan of tiny pins, there’s no doubt I’ll be buying a few boxes of these. These make for great accessories and lapel pins as they aren’t as heavy or bulky as usual pins, and any designs you don’t like are also valid for pin trading, so it’s a win-win! You can find these boxed pins at most locations where pins are sold, such as the Frontierland Trading Post, Curtain Call Collectibles, and The Emporium.
What do you think of this new collection? Let us know in the comments below!