Disney Treasures is a bi-monthly official Disney subscription box produced by Funko in partnership with Disney. Disney Treasures features the most memorable Disney movie and parks moments and every box is filled with 100% exclusive Disney collectibles and accessories created by Funko for Disney fans and collectors. It’s the Happiest Subscription Box on Earth!
When you open the box, you will be greeted with a patch and a pin (like all the other Funko boxes) plus a fun map!
Underneath the patch & pin are a variety of passport-like stamps marking what looks like premiere dates for various movies or opening dates for various attractions.
Everything in the box!
The information sheet is a fun map detailing the creation process for the individual items, plus fun insider notes from the Disney Archives. This month the actual sheet is a bit smaller than previous months.
And a sneak peek at February!
A closer look at the insider notes.
Snowflake Mountain Sticker. A sticker matching the one on the outside of the box was included in our stash.
Scrooge McDuck Patch. The rich yet grumpy duck based on Ebenezer Scrooge from A Christmas Carol is this month’s featured patch. He’s Donald’s uncle and antihero on Christmas Bear on the Mountain. All the patches from the first boxes of this subscription fit together to frame a final secretive patch.
Olaf Pin. This month’s pin is Olaf! (Did you know that he has a Disney short film entitled Olaf’s Frozen Adventure?) It has the signature Mickey pin back that you’ll find on any official Disney pin.
Mickey & Minnie Mouse Thermos. It’s the first ever thermos that Disney designed! We couldn’t be happier that it was included in the box!
It features a classic Mickey and Minnie design enjoying the ice.
This allows us to keep the temperature of beverages, whether hot or cold!
Belle Mystery Mini Figure in Tin. We aren’t really surprised that Belle made it to this month’s box as she also has a signature winter look.
The tin is really fun. There’s Lumiere and Cogsworth waving hello from the castle’s window!
The top of the tin features one of my fave items from the animation, the enchanted rose.
And here’s Belle, looking ready to play outside with snow!
It’s a cute take on her popular red winter hooded cloak with white linings.
She’s really adorable in her pink dress and red cloak. Now, where’s the snow, the birds, and the Beast so we can recreate the scene where they sing Something There!
I guess this look on her was when she got amused with the Beast and saw that he’s a really gentle creature.
Bambi Pop! This figure is the curious and heroic Bambi, when he was still a fawn.
It is based on the scene where he slips on an icy pond!
The figure has captured Bambi’s characteristics perfectly, from the fur coat to the underbelly.
He also hasbrown hooves and wide eyes, plus a large two-toned head. He’s really cute.
I bet he needs Thumper to help him get up!
This figure has a nice clear base, looking really like frozen water!
The future great prince of the forest is a wonderful addition to our collection of POP figures!
Olaf Cookie Cutter. Making holiday cookies will be more fun with this Olaf-shaped cutter!
It’s really easy to use! Just stamp it on the dough and place the shaped dough on a cookie tray, then bake!
The kids are looking forward to use it! After baking the cookies shaped from this cutter, I bet we’ll be needing different colors of icings or candy sprinkles to make a cutely designed Olaf.
Jack Skellington Socks. It’s a pair of fun and comfy socks featuring Jack as a snowman!
The base color is black but overall, the design is really festive.
It’s made of mostly polyester (90%), nylon, cotton and a percentage of spandex.
This month’s stash of winter-themed items is just so wonderful. We love the figures, Belle and Bambi are both adorable! The inclusion of the classic designed thermos was also a great idea! This has been a really fun way of wrapping up the year for Disney Treasures. We’re really excited for next year’s upcoming treasure boxes!
What did you think of this month’s Disney Treasures box?