Four new Mickey ear hat ornaments inspired by “Raya and the Last Dragon,” “The Princess and the Frog,” Mr. Toad, and Orange Bird are now available at Walt Disney World. They can be found at Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe, the year-round holiday store in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom.
Light-Up “Raya and the Last Dragon” Ear Hat Ornament – $24.99
All of these ornaments are shaped like Mickey Mouse ear hats, with a central dome and two circular ears. The dome of this ornament is transparent and swirly, like the waves of water, with Sisu the dragon sitting on top.
Raya is pictured on the right ear, with a green border around her.
The ornament has a detachable teal ribbon.
On the other ear are Dyan, Pan, and Uka, the trio of Ongis who join Raya’s team.
Sisu’s tail drapes over the back of the dome.
Boun is on the back of one of the ears.
Tuk Tuk, Raya’s pet/friend who is a mix of an armadillo and pill bug, is on the back of the other ear.
The dome lights up white-blue beneath Sisu.
“The Princess and the Frog” Ear Hat Ornament – $24.99
The center of this ornament is a Princess Tiana figure, with the two ears sticking out of her skirt. She’s wearing her iconic green wedding dress and tiara. The ornament’s detachable green ribbon clips onto the back of her head.
The ears are rimmed with blue gems. Prince Naveen (in human form) is on the front of one ear and Louis the alligator is playing his trumpet on the other ear.
Dr. Facilier and Ray the firefly are on the backs of the ears.
Facilier holds up a group of tarot cards.
Check out our most recent construction update about Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, a new “Princess and the Frog” attraction coming soon to Magic Kingdom.
Mr. Toad Ear Hat Ornament – $24.99
The dome of this ear hat ornament resembles Mr. Toad’s famous red car, complete with headlights, wheels, and windshield. Mr. Toad sits in the black seat of his car, happily steering it to and fro. The red detachable ribbon connects to the back of Mr. Toad’s head.
Mr. Toad’s friends, Mr. Rat and Mr. Mole, are pictured on the fronts of the ears, which stick out from the side doors of the car.
Mr. Toad was introduced in “The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad,” a 1949 Disney film. The Mr. Toad section is based on “The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame. Mr. Toad has solidified himself as an iconic Disney character through Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride, a Disneyland attraction.
On the backs of the ears are the prosecutor and Angus MacBadger.
The backgrounds of the ears are light blue with gold-brown borders.
Orange Bird Ear Hat Ornament – $24.99
Finally, this ear hat ornament is inspired by Orange Bird, a mascot created by Disney for the Florida Citrus Commission, which sponsored the Enchanted Tiki Room and Sunshine Tree Terrace at Magic Kingdom. Orange Bird has since evolved into a more general Walt Disney World mascot, often appearing on merchandise and at EPCOT festivals.
The dome of the ear hat ornament resembles an orange with a yellow edge. The ears look like orange slices.
An Orange Bird figure sits on top. The green detachable ribbon connects to his head.
On the backs of the orange slices are two Orange Bird faces.
One is smiling with a wide open beak and big eyes.
The other is wearing white sunglasses.
The bottom of the ornament also looks like the inside of a sliced orange.
These Sketchbook ornaments were all designed by artist Costa Alavezos. They are also available on shopDisney, along with a “Luca” ear hat ornament.