Some of Disney's most adored characters and stories were originally inspired by storybooks. To celebrate that legacy, we proudly present our latest monthly ornament series: Disney Storybook Classics Collection.
This year, in addition to our beloved Sketchbook Ornaments, collectors of all ages can relive these timeless, heartwarming stories with our NEW coordinating collector pins, featuring beautiful storybook designs.
Don't look down! Everyone's favorite little hero is captured in his famous role "Mickey and the Beanstalk" from Walt Disney's animated anthology film, "fun & Fancy Free" (1947). Inspired by the great Disney animators, the Disney Store artists capture Mickey's daring determination in an ornament that takes smiles to new heights.
Inspired by the work of great Disney animators in Walt Disney's animated anthology "Melody Time" (1948), Disney Store Artists capture the Wild West exuberance of Pecos Bill, his horse Widowmaker, and his sweetheart Slue-Foot Sue in a whimsical ornament that's sure to round up some smiles.
A small, but brave Russian boy sets out on a daring hunt. "Peter and the Wolf" from Walt Disney's animated short "Make Mine Music" (1946) follows Peter as he ventures to find the wolf that swallowed one of his bird friends. In this ornament Disney Store artists masterfully capture Peter's bold journey.
When a stork makes a delivery to a flock of sheep, Lambert the Lion finds his way out of the stork's sack. Lambert goes on to create a bond with his new family, the childless ewe. Inspired by the animated short "Lambert the Sheepish Lion" (1952), Disney Store artists capture sheepish Lambert as he learns to become a courageous Lion.
A melodius and romantic story warms the heart even during the winter cold. "Once Upon a Wintertime" is an animated short from the film "Melody Time" (1948). Inspired by the great Disney animators, the Disney Store captures a story of young love in a winter wonderland.
Celebrate our favorite magical nanny who taught us our longest word "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious." The 1964 American musical-film hybrid, "Mary Poppins" is a cherished story of a family discovering what's most important in life, a lesson that ultimately strengthens their bond. In this ornament, Disney Store artists capture the eccentric but charming adventure of Mary Poppins.
"The Ugly Duckling" is an animated short produced by Walt Disney as part of the "Silly Symphonies" series (1939). In this ornament, Disney Store artists capture the story of an outcast duckling that faces constant rejection. He eventually realizes his true identity as a beautiful swan.
Have you ever seen a dragon that would rather recite poetry and sing songs? "The Reluctant Dragon" is an animated film produced in 1941 about a friendly dragon hesitant to fight a knight. Disney Store artists capture this outgoing dragon as he performs a theatrical joust for all to enjoy.
The mischievous Big Bad Wolf is ready to puff, and huff, and blow your house in! Based on the classic fairy tale, "The Three Little Pigs" (1974) is one of the animated shorts that's part of the "Silly Symphonies" series. In this ornament, Disney Store artists capture the trio of pigs who build their houses out of straw, sticks, and bricks as they work to protect themselves from the Big Bad Wolf.
Part of the 1948 series "Melody Time," the kindness of Johnny is remembered in the animated Disney short, "The Legend of Johnny Appleseed." Given a mission to spread apple seeds by an angel, the remarkable Johnny Appleseed is portrayed in this ornament by Disney Store artists.
The "Fairest of Them All" finds herself in the company of dwarfs after running away from a jealous evil queen. Produced in 1938, "Snow White" is a hallmark Disney classic that teaches us there is beauty in everything, especially in friendships. Inspired by the kindhearted princess, Disney Store artists capture Snow White among the lovable seven dwarfs.
Casey's ready to hit one home for the Mudville Nine. Inspired by the work of great Disney animators in Walt Disney's animated anthology "Make Mine Music" (1946), Disney Store artists knock one over the fence with this humorous ornament of everyone's favorite boastful batter