Favorite Disney souvenir from childhood?

opaleyes

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May 20, 2010
She's so lovely. I took her to a friend's house to show her off and dropped her on their brick front step. Yay for super glue.
 


Diana or Di

And always let your conscience be your guide!
Joined
Apr 5, 2016
Bump from the future, but I ended up buying TWO of the music box pull toys!!! My sister is having a baby and I wanted one as part of her shower gift, and I wanted one for me. You'll be pleased to know I'm giving her the one that's in SLIGHTLY better condition. Both are in excellent condition, but the one I'm keeping yellowed slightly so it's a more greenish blue hue. #strikethatoffthebucketlist
 
  • Afabena

    Mouseketeer
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    Sep 20, 2018
    I had a figment hat that was like a baseball cap but with figments face on it. Not sure what happened to it but it’s one I remember. I still have a minnie glass with my name etched on the back from the glass shop on Main Street and also my childhood Mickey Ears. I also still have the pendant from the Empress Lilly character breakfast which is now hanging in my daughters room.
     

    Diana or Di

    And always let your conscience be your guide!
    Joined
    Apr 5, 2016
    I had a figment hat that was like a baseball cap but with figments face on it. Not sure what happened to it but it’s one I remember. I still have a minnie glass with my name etched on the back from the glass shop on Main Street and also my childhood Mickey Ears. I also still have the pendant from the Empress Lilly character breakfast which is now hanging in my daughters room.
    Do you have any pics you could share?!?!
     
  • kaphil

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Jun 30, 2003
    Well, I'm old, and I love everything I've ever had, so I'm lucky I have a couple of nostalgic things. My favorite was a molded Tinkerbell magic wand that glowed in the dark, from the 1960's. I played with that thing for years, never was able to turn something into something else but loved the heck out of it. I also have a small picture from the Haunted Mansion, it's a portrait that looks one way when the light is on, then changes to a creepy portrait when you turn the light off. Strange that I picked that, because I was terrified of that attraction until I was a teenager. My mother and cousin forced me to go on it with them when I was 8, they jumped in a doom buggy together so that I would have to ride by myself. So I panicked and jumped into a doom buggy with a stranger.

    So....if you're ever in the Haunted Mansion with your family and a 60 year-old woman with long blond hair jumps into your doom buggy-it's me and I'm sorry. I thought I'd be braver by now.
     

    Rory607

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Sep 10, 2016
    Well, I'm old, and I love everything I've ever had, so I'm lucky I have a couple of nostalgic things. My favorite was a molded Tinkerbell magic wand that glowed in the dark, from the 1960's. I played with that thing for years, never was able to turn something into something else but loved the heck out of it. I also have a small picture from the Haunted Mansion, it's a portrait that looks one way when the light is on, then changes to a creepy portrait when you turn the light off. Strange that I picked that, because I was terrified of that attraction until I was a teenager. My mother and cousin forced me to go on it with them when I was 8, they jumped in a doom buggy together so that I would have to ride by myself. So I panicked and jumped into a doom buggy with a stranger.

    So....if you're ever in the Haunted Mansion with your family and a 60 year-old woman with long blond hair jumps into your doom buggy-it's me and I'm sorry. I thought I'd be braver by now.
    They forced you to go on it and then left you?? I was so scared of that ride when I was a kid. My family convinced me to try it and I remember riding it with my head down and eyes closed the entire time. I love it now and so do my kids. But if I had gotten ditched like that I would probably never ridden it again. That was just cruel.
     
  • ThatNYCprincess

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Jun 25, 2020
    My mother tells an infamous story that at age 3 I was allowed one purchase in EPCOT and could not decide between a princess dress or $2 American flag. I choose the flag. Still have it today.
     

    EsmeCullen

    Mouseketeer
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    Apr 15, 2011
    As a kid in the 80s my parents would get me the little plastic figurines. I remember I had a sorcerer Mickey one and Figment. I also got a few Figment plushies back in the day as well.
     

    MomeWraith

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Sep 24, 2014
    When I still lived in SoCal we would go to the park often. Each time we would visit the Emporium on Main Street
    and I would get one ceramic figure from Alice in Wonderland. I think I managed to get most of them. They are
    packed away somewhere :D
     





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