Walt Disney World has a new “Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs” pin honoring International Day of Peace 2023 and a new Mirabel pin celebrating the art of “Encanto” in time for Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month. We found these pins at both Creations Shop in EPCOT and Frontier Trading Post in the Frontierland section of Magic Kingdom.
International Day of Peace 2023 Pin – $17.99
This limited-release pin was created in celebration of International Day of Peace 2023, which is observed around the globe annually on September 21. The United Nations General Assembly describes the holiday as “a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.”
The pin features Snow White standing in front of a tranquil tree and water well. A dove sits on her right hand with additional doves spotted around the pin; the dove is widely recognized as a symbol of peace and acceptance. A yellow banner reading “Celebrate International Day of Peace” appears at the base of the pin.
The packaging includes flowers and an additional “Celebrate International Day of Peace” logo. This item is available at Frontier Trading Post in Magic Kingdom.
Mirabel The Art of Encanto Pin – $19.99
This pin, also a limited release, depicts Mirabel from the 2021 Walt Disney Animation Studios film “Encanto.” The collectible was designed by Rebecca Perez Stodolny, an animator who worked on “Encanto” and various other Disney projects like “Strange World,” “Zootopia+,” and “Baymax!” The pin was released in celebration of Hispanic and Latin American Heritage Month 2023, which is being celebrated throughout Walt Disney World Resort from September 15 through October 15
The clear packaging includes a cardboard card that contains sketches of Mirabel that, according to a short description included on the back, were inspired by the opening moments of “Encanto” (the scene in which Mirabel sings “The Family Madrigal”). The laser-printed pin is a tangible depiction of one of those sketches and is included in the bottom corner of the package.
The back of the card contains the aforementioned description and a brief biography of the artist.
We found this pin at Frontier Trading Post at Magic Kingdom. It’s also available on shopDisney.
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