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Holiday Merchandise - Page 7

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Just about everything you’d need to make your holidays brighter - flat art, glass, resin, 3D and ceramic - and all with the Disneyland Christmas 2001 artwork.
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For the high-end holiday - Christopher Radko offers ornaments - this Pooh Bell - 645 001-206-794 - is $42.00.
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This Fab-5 themed Christmas Train snow-globe features the gang in a goodie loaded train - which moves around the globe when the mechanism is wound - 400 002 362 999 - $60.00
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Mini-bean-bag-plush in Pooh and Pals - $8.00.
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For miniature collectors are versions of the homes of the residents of Mickey’s Toontown - all decked-out for the holidays - they also light up.
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The front window of the China Closet is decorated and features some of the Disneyland Christmas 2001 merchandise.
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The Disneyland Christmas 2001 Fab6 logo artwork.
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-- Kim Petersen

Kim's Corner is posted the fourth Monday of each month.

The opinions expressed by our Kim Petersen, and all of our columnists, do not necessarily represent the feelings of LaughingPlace.com or any of its employees or advertisers. All speculation and rumors about the future plans of the Walt Disney Company are just that - speculation and rumors - and should be treated as such.

-- Posted October 29, 2001
-- All pictures by Kim Petersen

 

 

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