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December 27, 2012

Disney Ornaments By Justin Smith

Another Christmas has ended. While department stores have already taken their decorations down(and with people trying to get Bing Crosby's voice out of their heads while in the process of digesting the last of the peppermint ice-cream),Disney keeps their Christmas decorations including the holiday versions of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion and It's A Small World) up all the way to January, which means now is as good as anytime to take a look at my Disney Christmas decorations.

My family, like most American families, isvery big on Christmas. Particularly, collecting ornaments. For people who truly know me, it should come as no surprise that my ornaments contain quite a few Disney ones.

Ironically though, my most prized ornament isn't a Disney one, but a Warner Brothers one.

Warner Brothers Christmas Ornament

This one I received from the Hallmark Store is notable for being the only Disney ornament I have not to be connected to Mickey. I got in 2010 when I, along with the rest of the world, were reminded how gaga we were with Toy Story.

Toy Story Ornament

My other ones consist of ones like this one, which is from the 1937 short, The Clock Cleaners.

Clock Cleaners Ornament    Clock Cleaners Ornament

Some others include Mickey with Minnie

Mickey and Minnie Ornaments

Mickey with Pluto.

Mickey and Pluto Ornament

Even stylized Mickey.

Mickey Mouse Ornament

The great thing is that any collection is that its always growing, and I'm happy to report that this year was no exception.

2012 Disney Ornament


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