Things Even The Biggest Disney Fan Probably Doesn’t Own

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You won’t need a fairy godmother to add more Disney magic into your life.

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1.

A Disney ABC trinket box to hold all of your gadgets and gizmos while paying tribute to your favorite ride.


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I had my cousin search the Magic Kingdom far and wide to snag me the mug version with this design so I can only imagine how quickly these Parks alphabet designs will fly off the shelves! The one noted above is ‘P’ for Peter Pan’s Flight (duh) but you can find others on the site as well!

Get it from shopDisney for $17.99.

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Playful Star Wars beaded bracelets that are *totally* in right now and will likely become your favorite accessory.


DesignedinNeverland / Etsy

This Black-owned Etsy shop sells darling bracelets you’ll probably want to buy 10 of because everyone appreciates a well-curated stack! I love that Danielle (the owner) gives you the option to order custom bracelets with your own Disney sayings on them. Feel free to get some inspiration from her Instagram page.

Get it from DesignedinNeverland on Etsy for $15+ (available in 4 styles and 10 star bead color options).


Heather Braga / BuzzFeed, For The Love of Pixie Dust

I have one of these cups (as seen above) and it makes me happy every day. The finished product is super cute and you will love that your name is spelled correctly for once. AND you can carry Disney magic around with you no matter where you go!

Get it from For The Love of Pixie Dust for $21.


Ruggable

The only thing I need for my future home is THIS rug. Thanks.

Promising review: “What a magical piece to have right at the front of our home! It’s so beautiful and looks incredible when the sun comes in and sets a totally different tone with dim lighting before bed. It is my favorite part about our new home! My nieces and nephews have sparkles in their eyes when they spot all the hidden Mickeys. We couldn’t be happier!” —Allyssa S.

Get it from Ruggable for $149+ (available in six sizes).

6.

A pullover starring baby Pegasus (!!!) who is *so* underrated when it comes to Disney merch — don’t waste a moment of your time before splurging on this tribute to Hercules’ bestie.


My Oh My Supply Co

I have many items from the woman-owned shop, MOMSCO, and I truly can’t choose a favorite — but I *can* choose what I’m buying next. Spoiler: it’s this sweatshirt. While your at it you might as well check out this entire collection which include adorable sketchbook versions of too-cute characters like Pascal from Tangled, Oliver from Oliver and Company, and Patch from 101 Dalmatians.

Get it from My Oh My Supply Co. for $37 (available in sizes S-5XL).

7.

A fabulous oversized fan with a print of the iconic Spaceship Earth ball to help you *keep your cool* while also looking more chic than ever.


28MagicFans / Etsy

Looking to really make a statement? Well, let me introduce you to 28MagicFans, an LGBTQ-owned shop whose owner Darien realized the world needed needed these over-the-top fans during a too-hot trip to Walt Disney World. He made his dream a reality and designed bamboo fans that are 13 inches folded and about 25 inches when opened. As if the act of fanning yourself wasn’t dramatic enough, they make a loud *THWORP* noise when opened. The Princess and the Frog‘s Charlotte La Bouff would certainly approve.

Get it from 28MagicFans on Etsy for $24.99.

8.

A Lilo and Stitch slow cooker you definitely didn’t know you needed but will absolutely treasure for how much life it’ll bring to your kitchen counter.


BoxLunch

Promising review: “The cutest slow cooker ever. It functions just as a normal crockpot does but way cooler!” —Ashliegh

Get it from BoxLunch for $49.90.

9.

A pin board starring all of your favorite Disney locations, a must-have for anyone who has been well-versed in convincing others to trade them their most beloved pin since they first set foot in the Magic Kingdom as a kid.


PracPerfCrafts / Etsy

Promising review: “Absolutely love this pin board. Came exactly as described. Well worth the wait in shipping time. Highly recommended. Beautifully done, great quality.” —pixy1422

Get it from PracPerfCrafts on Etsy for $40.

10.

A Disney Parks raincoat you’ll love so much you’ll find yourself wishing for the *rain rain rain* to come *down down down* a la The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.


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Get it from shopDisney for $54.99 (available in sizes XS–3XL).

11.

A Ratatouille long sleeve you can wear while daydreaming about having your very own Remy to whip you up a delicious 5-star meal.


Urban Outfitters

Get it from Urban Outfitters for $39 (available in sizes S–2XL).

12.

Disney dogs face mask, in case you’ve been having a *ruff* time finding a mask you won’t mind wearing all the time.


PixieDustedTreasure / Etsy

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Or a face mask inspired by “It’s a small world” featuring social distancing messaging that’ll make any fan of the ride smile (even if no one else will see their grin behind *their* mask).


Park Candy

Park Candy is a Black-owned business by Carise Pernell and her partner Steve Fox. Carise creates the majority of the designs while Steve “dreams up” products. I love how unique and creative their items are and, honestly, I find myself smiling just scrolling through their site. This mask is poly sublimated on the front, has a microfiber lining on the back, a pocket for a filter, adjustable elastic ear loops, and a flexible metal nose grip.

Pre-order it from Park Candy for $19.99.

14.

101 Dalmatians scrunchies that’ll look pawfect on you whether you wear one on your wrist for show or use it to toss your hair up into a messy bun before taking your pup on a walk.


Hot Topic

Get a set of three from Hot Topic for $7.92.

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Stunning ears you’ll want in every style because they are stylish and have been designed to prevent any headband-induced headaches you may have experienced in the past.


TheFairyGodsisters / Etsy, Heather Braga / BuzzFeed

Owned by a set of sisters-in-law, this shop came to life when they got tired of cute ears giving them migraines. They set out to make their own comfortable sets so other Disney fans could rock stylish ears without pain. I may just order the Rifle Paper-inspired ones to hang up on my wall, TBH. They also create super cute Disney-themed scrunchie sets you should def check out as well.

Get them from TheFairyGodsisters on Etsy: Rifle Paper Co–inspired ears for $29, Classic Poster ears for $27.

16.

A magical graphic tee to let you show off your obsession with both The Mouse *and* Taylor Swift — because why should you ever have to choose between the two?


waltimereandmick / Via instagram.com

As someone who has been a hardcore Taylor Swift fan for over a decade and a Disney fan since, well, birth, this entire collection speaks to my soul. In addition to creating great pop culture-inspired collections (check out the RuPaul and Britney Spears items!) this LGBTQ-owned business promotes embracing who you are and being your most authentic self. And if you weren’t already getting choked up (JK, I’m sure that’s just a piece of pixie dust in your eye), Noel, the owner and designer, is also a registered nurse. Ahem, excuse me, I’m off to blast TSwift and jump around in this tee.

Get it from Waltimere and Mick for $25 (available in unisex sizes S–3XL and five colors).

17.

A stunning coffee table book for anyone with an eye for mid-century modern furniture and an interest in the history of Disney animation.


Chronicle Books

This book (the fourth volume in the series) beautifully showcases the work of the 1950s and 1960s and the Walt Disney Studios. I’m sure, as a real fan, you’ve heard about Mary Blair and are familiar with her influence on the “It’s a small world” ride, so why not learn more about her work on Cinderella and Alice in Wonderland? This book will tell her story in addition to other Disney artists from that time period. Feel free to check out the books about other Disney eras here.

Get it from Amazon for $37.99 or Chronicle Books for $50.

18.

A pin display backpack that’ll solve the problem of *what* to actually do with all of the ones you’ve collected over the year.


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And you’ll be prepared to trade at any given moment!

Get it from shopDisney for $49.99.

19.

An intricate Jungle Cruise-inspired painting you can hang on your wall for a daily reminder of the painful, yet hilarious, dad jokes that roll off the Skippers’ tongues.


HaydenEvansArt / Etsy

If you’re not giggling throughout the entire ride you probs shouldn’t bother going to Disney. Just sayinnnnnn’ 😉 .

Get it from HaydenEvansArt on Etsy for $30+ (available in two sizes).

20.

A Baby Yoda “brew buddy” that’ll attach onto any reusable straw and keep you company while you fill your body with *the force* (coffee, duh).


Scull Squared Design Co.

DOES IT GET MORE MAGICAL THAN 3D PRINTING!? I THINK NOT! Sign me up for *anything* with The Child on it, OK?

Get it from Scull Squared Design Co. for $10 (available in 33 styles).

21.

An illustration of your pet as a Disney character that’ll likely become your most prized possession (or at the very least, your eternal phone wallpaper).


CaseySketches / Etsy / Heather Braga

My beloved golden retriever Luke recently passed away and, understandably so, my family and I have been heartbroken and mourning the loss. During this tough time my husband surprised me with a custom drawing of Luke as if he was a Disney character (as all things Disney bring me the most joy). I can’t begin to tell you how special this gift is to me, but I *can* say how wonderful Casey (the artist and shop owner) is! She checked-in throughout each step of the drawing process, sending over each sketch and asking for feedback to ensure his likeness was captured. I’ll cherish this piece of art forever and ever. Check out Casey’s Instagram for more of her awesome work!

Get it from CaseySketches on Etsy for $76.23+ (available with up to two dogs and nine background options).

Check out the listing for cat drawings here.

22.

A Cinderella Castle embroidery kit, because if you’re going to be watching Disney movies for hours on end you might as well keep your hands busy at the same time.


AwesomePatternStudio / Etsy

My mom ordered this for my birthday and I’m super excited to get comfortable and get to work on it!

Promising review: “Ordered this for the wife’s birthday. She loves it and can’t wait to start her new hobby. Package showed up as described and I’m sure we’ll be ordering more in the near future.” —Scott Powell

Get it from AwesomePatternStudio on Etsy for $10+ (available in four kit styles).

23.

An embroidered Orange Bird hat any true Disney fan will treasure because it’s so darn hard to find truly adorable merch featuring this precious lil’ guy!


999Spyglass / Etsy

Every hat is made to order and is so well-crafted you’ll likely start making excuses to wear one. Bad hair day every day? Yep, sounds good. You can also have custom embroidery added onto the back!

Get it from 999Spyglass on Etsy for $24.99+ (available with or without extra embroidery and in nine colors)

24.

A Haunted Mansion-inspired sticker to add to the ever-growing collage on your laptop. Be careful! When you buy this a ghost might just follow you home ;).


brandelane / Via instagram.com

I have a bunch of stickers from Brandelane and can validate how wonderful the quality is — the colors and illustrations are so beautiful! If you want even more magic from this small shop check out their art prints *and* their free downloadable coloring pages!

Get it from Brandelane for $5.

25.

A Mama Coco enamel pin you’ll love so much you’d never EVER consider trading it — not even for a super rare one.


CoolectricCreations / Etsy

27.

A nameplate featuring the recognizable Disney font for a ~magical~ twist on a classic accessory.


MojoGold / Etsy

Get it from MojoGold on Etsy for $59.95 (available in five lengths, two chain styles, and two metals)

28.

Mulan-inspired leggings to bring honor to your loungewear — your ancestors will be so proud.


Hot Topic

Promising review: “They’re very comfortable and you can wear them any time of the year.” —Disney Lioness

Get them from Hot Topic for $21.52 (available in sizes XS–XL and 2X–3X).

29.

Villainous, a must-have game for all Disney fans who typically prefer the likes of Maleficent, Ursula, and Jafar. Hope you’ve got your evil laugh prepared.


Amazon

Promising review: “I love board games, particularly more adventurous and more adult ones, but getting my wife to play them with me is like pulling teeth. This one is very easy to learn but a challenge to master, which makes it accessible for those who are casual board gamers but enjoyable for the more ‘hardcore’ enthusiast. Each play through is different depending on what characters each player chooses, the strategy they apply, and the random draw of the cards. Can’t wait until they release expansions with new villains.” —Phil

Get it from Amazon for $24.49.

30.

A “Mickey Monthly” subscription box to bring all of your favorite Disney Parks snacks (and other fun treats) into your home, so you can really indulge during your next Disney+ marathon.


Cratejoy

Promising review: “This box is absolutely worth every cent. We have had this service for a year now and we love it. I would recommend this box to anyone that has a passion for Disney but doesn’t have as much free time as they would like to make it to the parks.” —Sean B.

Get it from Cratejoy for $9.99 a month.

31.

A colorful 14-quart cooler you can fill with a bottle of blue milk before you head off to a galaxy far, far away (AKA your backyard).


Igloo Coolers

The force is strong with this Star Wars x Igloo cooler. This tried-and-true brand will definitely keep all your snacks and drinks cool while also adding a pop of color to your next picnic.

Get it from Igloo Coolers for $49.99.

32.

A sequined cross-body to help you pay tribute to the most-used Pixar Easter Egg — it can be found somewhere throughout all of the films!

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And Disney-inspired coffee beans that’ll help bring the magic of the Parks into your kitchen (BRB while I take a mental vacation to Magic Kingdom).


expeditionroasters / Via instagram.com

I’ve had the pleasure of trying the many flavors offered by Expedition Roasters and am a big fan! I love the way they packaging looks in my kitchen (extra magic!) and the taste is incredible. My favorite so far has been the Wonderland Coffee Crumb Cake — it was so sweet I didn’t need to add my usual spoonful (or three) of sugar. My favorite packaging, however, goes to Ghoulish Delight because it looks just like The Haunted Mansion decor.

Get the Enchanted Tiki Coconut flavor from Expedition Roasters for $14 (and check out all the other flavors here).

34.

A mug to combine your love of Disney memes with your attempt at staying caffeinated at all times. Beware: your roomie will want to steal this mug from you.

35.

A bewitching candle inspired by Madame Leota’s crystal ball that’ll *raise your spirits*.


WitchyWicksCandleCo / Etsy

Promising review: “Candle arrived safely and swiftly! I was a little disappointed that the glitter only coated the outside of the wax instead of the inside of the whole product, but this didn’t detract from the beauty. Loved the scent and the sentiment!” —Kate Barnes

Get it from WitchyWicksCandleCo on Etsy for $16.55+ (available in marbled or glitter styles, two sizes, or as a room spray).

36.

A Monsters “Ink” shirt for anyone who loves both Disney *and* their tattoos.


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If you have tattoos you know one of the coolest things is finding awesome tattoo shop merch. This unique tee combines that classic aesthetic with Sully from Monsters Inc — what more could you ever want?

Get it from Hundred Acre Hood for $24 (available in sizes S–3XL).

37.

A set of prints that’ll add some ~Pixar pizazz~ to your living room.


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The prints feature art inspired by Finding Nemo, Monsters, Inc, WALL-E, Toy Story, Cars, and UP.

Get a set of six from Amazon Handmade for $72.90+ (available in four sizes).

38.

A Mickey-shaped rope tray to add a subtle Disney accent to your living room *and* help you keep track of your many remotes.


EnchantedCharactEARS / Etsy

39.

A motivational Pixar bath mat that’ll keep your toes nice ‘n’ toasty when you step out of the shower *and* inspire you to dream big.

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And a mountain of Disney Princess stickers, so you can continue to cover every inch of your laptop and water bottle with magic.


Amazon

Promising review: “These stickers are so adorable! I put them on everything I own almost. Every time I see them I smile. They bring me happiness.” —ZAK

Get a set of 100 from Amazon for $8.99.

Bibbidi bobbidi…bye, I’m going shopping.


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Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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