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Top 10 Gifts for the Disney Fan

VO: Emily Brayton
Script written by Nick Spake What do you get the ultimate Disney fan in your life? There are plenty of things but let’s break it down in categories! For the book worms, We’ve got several great picks. “Oswald the Lucky Rabbit” explores the legacy of a lost Disney cartoon, “A Kiss Goodnight” is songwriter Richard Sherman’s love letter to Walt, “Ink & Pain” shines the spotlight on the women of Disney animation, and “Disney*Pixar: A Pop-Up Celebration” would look great on any coffee table. For those we love games, Disney Family Feud, Disney Beat the Parents, and the Disney Edition of Pictopia are fun for the all ages. Keep in mind, though, that some trivia questions will challenge even the most diehard Disney fans.

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Top 10 Gifts for the Disney Fan

If you’re a Disneyholic, then consider this list our gift to you. Welcome to MsMojo and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Gifts for the Disney Fan.

For this list, we’ve broken down potential gift ideas into ten categories. The only real qualification for these presents is that they need to be supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.

#10: Candles

There’s only one downside to visiting Disneyland or Disney World: the vacation must eventually end. The good news is that you can recapture the experience by adding one of these candles to your home décor. Walter and Rosie Candle Co. was inspired to create several candles that evokethe smells of Disney theme parks. One whiff of these candles will transport you to Main Street Bakery, the Haunted Mansion, and other iconic Disney locations. A notable highlight is a combination of cotton candy, licorice blossom, and various fruits that’s appropriately titled, “Best Day Ever.” Spireside additionally offers a wide array of candles that emit whimsical whiffs remini-scent of Disney rides and restaurants.

If you’re stressed, it’s fine dining we suggest. Although it won’t spring to life, Le Creuset’s “Beauty and the Beast” Soup Pot is sure to enchant any dinner guest. For those in the market for a new slow cooker, perhaps you’d be interested in one that’s decorated with the Pixar crew or good ol’ Mickey. While we’re on the subject of everyone’s favorite mouse, there’s nothing quite like waking up to a plate of Mickey waffles for breakfast in the morning. Oh, and for all “Star Wars” fans out there, let’s just say that the Lightsaber Salt & Pepper Mill Set brings a whole new meaning to thelight and dark sides of the Force.

#7: Games

Any true Disney expert will want to put their knowledge to the test with one of these board games. Disney Family Feud, Disney Beat the Parents, and the Disney Edition of Pictopia are fun for all ages. Keep in mind, though, that some trivia questions will challenge even the most diehardDisney fans. For example, we bet you can’t tell us how many slices of pizza Goofy could eat in one sitting. Even if trivia isn’t your cup of tea, you can always play the Disney Animation Edition of Monopoly, which puts a unique spin on an old classic. In any case, a Disney game is sure to appease the eternally young at heart.

#6: Beauty

Disney’s taught us over the years that it’s what’s on the inside that matters most, but that doesn’t mean we can’t also have a passion for beauty. The Mickey Mouse Kiehl’s Collection offers a plethora of skin care products, with a chunk of the profits going to the Feeding America charity. Luxie’s Princess Jasmine 6-Piece Brush Set will make anybody feel like royalty. The same can be said about the “Frozen” 7-Piece Color Collection from Mally. One of the coolest cosmetic sets on the market is Bésame’s 1937 Collection, which encompasses the colors from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Disney’s first animated feature.

#5: Fashion Accessories

For anyone literally counting down the days until Christmas, why not treat yourself to an early present with a Nixon “Star Wars” Watch? And a Disney fan’s wardrobe wouldn’t be complete without a pair of Magically Made Ears. Both Minnie and Mickey are also featured amongst many other icons in Pandora’s Disney Jewellery Collection. Both Harveys and Danielle Nicole have released a variety of Disney bags based on heroes and villains. Irregular Choice has a vast collection of Muppet purses and handbags, as well as shoes. A fashionista like Miss Piggy would DEFINITELY approve; especially the ones with her face on them!

#4: Memberships

A trip to The Walt Disney Family Museum is likely on your bucket list. Of course if you live in the San Francisco area, just one visit isn’t going to be enough. A general membership will grant you unlimited admission to the museum’s permanent collection, not to mention special exhibitions, film screenings, and other benefits. A D23 member would also be a dream come true for anyone that lives and breathes Disney. Whereas the General Membership is free, the Gold Membership allows you access to behind-the-scenes exclusives, special events, and discounts. Whether you’re obsessed with Pixar, “Star Wars”, Marvel, or everything Mouse House related, this is one fan club you need to sign up for.

#3: Clothing

If you give somebody that Mickey Mouse Waffle Iron, then they’ll want a Waffle Holiday Sweater from The Lost Bros Trading Co. to go with it. In case they get maple syrup all over their new sweater, you should probably buy them a few Disney tees from Oh Yeah Apparel and Disney flannels from Cakeworthy as a backup present. If it’s especially cold outside, then it’s also worth purchasing some “Star Wars”-themed winter apparel from rag & bone. And since taking on the Empire works up a hefty appetite, they’ll want a Mickey Mouse waffle to go with that gift. See how we brought everything full circle there?

#2: Collectibles

When it comes to collectibles, you can find a treasure trove of possible gift items on For those in search of a few simple, inexpensive stocking stuffers, there are plenty of pins and Funko figures to choose from. Of course if you’re a Disney junkie with more money than Scrooge McDuck, the Arribas Brothers’ sculpture of Cinderella’s castle is currently going for a (literally) princely $37,500. If you “only” want to spend a couple hundred bucks, we’re sure you’ll stumble upon a figurine or painting that’ll look wonderful in your living room. There’s even a collection of Fantasyland Football posters available. Whether you root for Team Ursula or Team Abominable Snowman, it’s a safe bet.

#1: Subscription Box

Honestly, we could actually make a list of the Top 10 Disney Subscription Boxes, but we’ll pack as many as possible into our #1 pick. A subscription to Disney Treasures or Smuggler’s Bounty would only increase your Funko collection. Anybody with a sweet tooth will want a taste of ThemePark Monthly’s snack box or a goodie box from Boxney. Take flight with the Plane Crazy Button Club and make room for some limited edition pins from Disney Park Packs. From Mickey Monthly, to Walt Life, to the Mouse Merch Box, to Mickey’s Mystery Box, these are gifts that just keep on giving.


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