St. Patrick’s Day Green Minnie Ears Drop at Magic Kingdom
Photos of the new green St. Patty’s Day Minnie ears that just appeared at Magic Kingdom
Top o’ the mornin’ to ya! These new St. Patty’s Day Minnie ears were sighted at Magic Kingdom this week.
These ears are priced at $29.99.
Finally, Light Green Minnie Ears!
Here they are in a slightly more yellow light:
Check ’em out in different lighting. Photo by Sara Bryce
These ears are darker than the previous green ears that came out last year that have more of a Merida vibe:
These dark green Minnie ears dropped last summer. Photo by Sara Bryce
Thanks so much for getting us through Fall, Merida ears, but we love the new spring green!
St. Patrick’s Day Minnie Ear Details
Here is a closeup of the imitation leather bow:
Green Minnie ears bow detail. Photo by Tina Chiu
It has exposed green stitching and a pearlescent sheen.
And check out the sequins on the ears:
Light green sequin detail. Photo by Tina Chiu
The sequins reflect in shades of green and yellow.
Spring Ears are Here!
And even though I’m steeped in Irish heritage, I’d like to make a bid for everyone to wear these all spring!
The bright green color is perfect for accessorizing floral patterns at the upcoming EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival.
We also saw this new set of flower crown ears at Magic Kingdom, a cute spring alternative if you aren’t into the sequins on the light green pair:
Purple flower Minnie Ears spotted at Magic Kingdom. Photo by Tina Chiu
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Miss Piggy topiary. Photo by Laurie Sapp
Where to find all the topiaries at EPCOT during the Flower and Garden Festival
This is the old Orange Bird sipper cup, which is now regularly available at Sunshine Tree Terrace at Magic Kingdom. Photo by Cliff Wang
Tang Dynasty drink. Photo by Julie de la Fe
2022 EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival Booth Menus
Photo courtesy of Disney
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