Disneyland Paris Pins for December 2015: Star Wars, Christmas, Characters But Too Few Resort Pins




Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat…and there are also some brand new pins coming to Disneyland Paris, so take a look at the poster and then we can dissect this month’s releases.

Disneyland Paris Pins for December 2015: Star Wars, Christmas, Characters But Not Enough Resort Pins

Click here to see the full size HD pin poster.

The good is the Christmas 2015 pin released this coming Saturday, exclusively in the Pueblo Trading Post over in Frontierland. Santa Stitch, riding reindeer Dumbo with Sleeping Beauty Castle in the background – what’s not to love? The other 3 exclusive pins released on the same day, in the same shop, are nice images, but are examples of the biggest problem with Disneyland Paris pins. That problem being that the majority of ins released are not really Disneyland Paris pins, but simply Disney pins that could be sold anywhere. Look at the 4 Star Wars: The Force Awakens pins released on the 16th, when the film opens in France – generic Star Wars Pins that would not seem out of place in Toys R Us, or anywhere else that sells pins, anywhere in the world. Could they not have thought a little outside of the box and had some Star Tours theming involved. Not only would it have made them unique to Disneyland Paris, but it would have been a nice nod to the possibility (or probability) of Force Awakens scenes coming to Star Tours 2 when it opens in Disneyland Paris in 2017.

The Hiver (Winter) and the Hollywood Tower Hotel pins are great – they not only look good but they relate to Disneyland Paris. The Tinkerbell and Witch pins however do not, and as attractive as they may be, it feels they are missing a trick by not having them tie in with Disneyland Paris attractions and branding. Maybe it’s me that’s off kilter with the demands of the guest, but as a pin collector of 13 years most of these do not interest me due to their generic nature. If any of you collect pins, casually or obsessively, let me know what you think of Disneyland Paris pins and my argument that they need to be more associated with Disneyland Paris. While I’m on my soapbox, pins is plural and doesn’t need an apostrophe as can be seen bottom left.

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As the founder of Dedicated to DLP Steve is a self confessed Disneyland Paris fanatic and has an unrivaled passion for the resort, its history and what makes it work. He has a particular love of Pirates of the Caribbean, which he often talks about as the host of the podcast and the weekly YouTube show.

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