We have seen several new options for those looking to collect a new Sketchbook ornament around Walt Disney World. Let’s take a look.
‘Frozen’ 10th Anniversary Legacy Sketchbook Ornament — $26.99
This 10th anniversary ornament immortalizes one of the most iconic moments from Disney’s “Frozen.”
The ornament features the moment from the film in which Anna is turning to ice after having her heart frozen, with Elsa hugging her.
The frozen parts of Anna are a translucent blue color. She is reaching up to stop a sword being swung against her sister by Hans when she turns to solid ice.
Elsa’s dress is glittery, almost as though hundreds of small snowflakes have fallen on her cape.
Just above both of their heads is a golden medallion that displays “10” for the film’s anniversary.
Chip ‘n Dale Sketchbook Ornament — $26.99
This sketchbook ornament features Chip ‘n Dale running together in a patch of grass.
Chip can be seen running and carrying an armful of acorns, while Dale is pushing him along.
One of the acorns is attached by a spring, giving the ornament some kinetic movement.
‘Saludos Amigos’ 80th Anniversary Legacy Sketchbook Ornament — $26.99
This ornament celebrates 80 years since the release of the film “Saludos Amigos.”
The back of the ornament features the title treatment for the film in red.
The main attraction of the ornament is Donald Duck and José Carioca as they go in for a big hug.
Behind Donald and José are many palm trees.
The base of the ornament is a light pink with pale purple waves.
A gold medallion at the top reads” Celebrating 80 years.”
‘Finding Nemo’ 20th Anniversary Legacy Sketchbook Ornament — $26.99
This Sketchbook ornament celebrates “Finding Nemo” and the film’s 20th anniversary.
Nemo, along with the film’s logo, can be found on the back.
The top of the ornament has the same gold medallion as the other anniversary ornaments. This one reads, “Celebrating 20 years.”
The ornament features the scene from “Finding Nemo” in which Marlin and Dory realize that they may not be “friends” and might just be “food” to Bruce and his fellow sharks.
Dory and Marlin look on, horrified, with Bruce looming menacingly in the back.
Morocco Mickey Sketchbook Ornament — $17.99
This ornament is a bit more understated than its counterparts, but no less fun if you’re an EPCOT fan.
The ornament is red on the back, and reads “Morocco EPCOT World Showcase.”
The front features a diamond pattern in shades of orange, blue, and red against a yellow background.
The ribbon of the ornament is a deep blue, matching the blue in the pattern.
EPCOT Morocco Pavillion Sketchbook Ornament — $29.99
This ornament will surely draw in lovers of EPCOT’s World Showcase, as it celebrates the Morocco pavilion itself.
The back of the ornament looks as though you took the entire pavilion and shrunk it down, while still keeping incredible detail.
On the other side, Mickey and Minnie are taking a fun souvenir photo outside the sign for Restaurant Marrakesh — which has been closed for quite some time.
Laundry Superhero Stitch Sketchbook Ornament — $24.99
This Sketchbook ornament brings to life one quick moment from the ending sequence of “Lilo & Stitch.”
Any Stitch fan is sure to recognize this moment, in which Stitch gets into the family laundry, and uses a few choice pieces to turn into a superhero.
His red cape billows in the imaginary wind, and the bikini top he uses as a helmet sports its iconic polka dots.
Stitch stands atop a basket full of clean laundry.
‘The Sword in the Stone’ 60th Anniversary Legacy Sketchbook Ornament — $26.99
Here’s another anniversary Sketchbook ornament, this time celebrating 60 years since the release of “The Sword in the Stone.”
This ornament depicts the moment from the film in which Merlin and Wart set off to return to the castle.
A gold medallion that reads “Celebrating 60 years” hangs above them.
The sides and back of the ornament show a look at Merlin’s cottage, surrounded by shrubbery.
You can practically hear Merlin telling Wart to not get any ideas about magic solving his problems by looking at this.
Will you be adding any of these ornaments to your collection on your next visit to Walt Disney World? Let us know in the comments.