Merchandise Roundup 07/20/22: Disney Princess Activity Books, 50th Anniversary Tank Top, Woody's Boot Snake Plant, East High Wildcats Bottle, and More - WDW News Today

2022-07-30 18:05:00 By : Ms. Boiler Taiguo

Welcome to the merchandise roundup for July 20, 2022! Each new day brings new merchandise to Walt Disney World, and we know you don’t want to miss a thing, so we gather new releases here. This week we visited Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom; let’s look at our discoveries.

This ball cap is made of beige fabric with a dark brown pleather brim.

“Star Wars” is embroidered in black on the front.

Three buttons featuring concept art for “Star Wars” are next to the title.

The 45th anniversary logo, featuring Luke’s silhouette, is on the back, above Aurebesh reading, “May the Force be with you.”

The concept series logo is next to the adjustable strap.

“Star Wars” is on the strap buckle.

This was in Celebrity 5 & 10 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

We found this tie-dye shirt at Keystone Clothiers and Tatooine Traders.

It is white with pink and purple tie-dye, mostly split down the middle. C-3PO and R2-D2 are in the center, and “I just can’t” is above them.

This ball cap was also in Keystone Clothiers.

It’s black, with an image of vintage “Star Wars” action figures on the front. “Collect them all!” is at the corner.

The “Star Wars” logo is on a rubber patch on the brim.

The 45th anniversary logo is on the back.

This safari shirt is off-white.

It’s inspired by “Indiana Jones” but doesn’t have any clear references to it beyond the tag.

This and the Funko POP! below were in Keystone Clothiers.

Sara was a character in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”

Sara is a Master of the Mystic Arts. She wears a blue robe with yellow and brown accents.

This magnet honors the 30th anniversary of “Aladdin” with an image of Aladdin and Jasmine on the magic carpet, flying above Agrabah.

An intricate Arabian-inspired 30th anniversary logo is at the bottom. The “Aladdin” film logo is to the side.

This was in the Darkroom at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, but is also available on MaDe kiosks.

In The Majestic, we found this pink tie-dye tank top.

It features an intricate dark pink sketch of Cinderella Castle, with clouds and trees around it. “Dreamer do as dreamers do” are printed at the bottom.

This water bottle is white and teal green, with an image of Minnie Mouse in her classic daisy hat and polka-dirt skirt.

“Be happy” is printed in colorful lettering next to the mouse.

Minnie is smiling, with her hands clasped in front of her.

The bottle has a silver bottom and cap.

This was in the Emporium at Magic Kingdom.

This set includes a matching rainbow dog collar and lead.

They have blue buckles and clips.

Mickey’s silhouette is along an ombre rainbow.

There’s a rainbow charm with a Mickey head on the collar. We found this at the Emporium and in World of Disney at Disney Springs.

There are multiple new activity books featuring different characters. This one has Princesses Jasmine, Tiana, Cinderella, Ariel, Mulan, and Belle on the cover.

The book includes ten colored pencils, two paint brushes, and thirty design pages, each with ten colors of water-soluble ink dots.

The ink dots are on the bottom of the pages, which each feature a different Disney Princess.

The pencils and brushes come in elastic bands attached to the inside of the book.

The pencils are patterned with gold images of the princesses.

All of these activity books were available in the Emporium.

This activity book features Rapunzel.

It includes thirty pages of different Rapunzel images for coloring.

These also have ten water-soluble ink dots, ten colored pencils, and two paint brushes.

The pencils are covered in golden images of Rapunzel, lanterns, and flowers.

The last activity book features Anna and Elsa from “Frozen.”

Each page depicts characters and scenes from the “Frozen” films.

The pencils are covered in snowflakes.

We found this Stitch bucket hat at the Emporium and in Moana Mercantile at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

It’s white, with an embroidered image of Stitch on the front.

To one side is a band patterned with tropical blue, orange, and yellow flowers.

The other side of the band is dark blue with images of Stitch on the beach.

This dress is white with a colorful all-over pattern of Disney Princesses, castles, rainbows, and more.

The featured princesses include Mulan, Jasmine, Cinderella, Belle, Tiana, and Rapunzel.

Some of their sidekicks, like Pascal and Chip, are also on the dress.

There is a tulle skirt under the dress, for some extra poofiness.

We found this in Sir Mickey’s at Magic Kingdom.

This dark blue tank top features the EARidescent 50th anniversary logo on the center.

The logo is surrounded by images of various Walt Disney World park icons. Cinderella Castle is in the zero of “50.” Also pictured is Spaceship Earth, “it’s a small world,” The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, and the Tree of Life — all in the gold, purple, and blue colors of the 50th anniversary.

It ties at the bottom for a unique look.

This was in Chester & Hester’s Dinosaur Treasures.

This mug features a teal image of Buzz Lightyear as he appeared in Pixar’s “Lightyear.”

The handle is actually a carabiner clip, so you could attach it to a backpack when not in use.

The other side reads, “To infinity and beyond.”

It’s 360ml or 12oz.

It includes a transparent lid.

We found this in Island Mercantile at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

These boxers are blue with an all-over pattern of Cinderella Castle, Mickey heads, stars, “71,” “WDW,” and “Walt Disney World.”

The words and images are green, orange, and light blue.

“Walt Disney World” is printed on the waistband.

This and the windbreaker below were in Discovery Trading at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

The windbreaker has a white torso, with a yellow yoke and sleeves. “Walt Disney World” is across the chest. Mickey is on the left breast.

“Mickey” is in yellow on one sleeve.

What time is it? Time to hydrate with this East High School Wildcats water bottle.

It’s red, with a big “E” on one side. Black and white stripes run around the bottle.

The “High School Musical” logo is on the bottom of the other side.

It has a black handle.

This was in Creations Shop at EPCOT.

Fans of Rocket Raccoon can challenge the Guardian with this new tail.

It comes on a brown belt strap so you can wear the tail.

A yellow Guardians of the Galaxy patch is on the strap.

The strap has velcro behind the patch. This and the Groot plush below were in Creations Shop.

This new Groot plush has posable legs.

It has a cedar and cinnamon scent.

Instead of a pot, this decorative succulent sits in Woody’s brown boot, complete with a cactus outline on the side and a golden spur on the back. Don’t worry; it’s all plastic, so the spur isn’t sharp.

The plant is fake, but it’s inspired by the real snake plant. So there is literally a snake in the boot.

The plant sits in a bed of grey pebbles.

“Andy” is written on the bottom of the boot.

This is also available at Disneyland Resort.

On one side of this stainless steel bottle is an Oktoberfest banner above images of an alpine hat, beer mug, and pretzel.

“Biergarten,” the name of the Germany Pavilion’s restaurant, is at the bottom.

The other side reads, “Ich <3 bier. Danke schön!” This means “I <3 beer. Thank you!” The heart is the German flag.

It has a black cap with a handle.

This was at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival market booth outside the Germany Pavilion.

This magnet celebrates 35 years of Star Tours. It’s triangular, with the Star Tours logo in orange and blue. “35” is at the bottom, between “1987” and “2022.” It is available in MaDe kiosks throughout Walt Disney World.

These Annual Passholder ornaments featuring Orange Bird are now also available in MaDe kiosks.

There are four circular designs, all exclusive to Annual Passholders.

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