I’m always smitten by the beautiful designs of Arribas Brothers, and I feel they always make such beautiful souvenirs. If you stop by La Princessa de Cristal at Adventure Land in the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot, you’ll also find the adorable Hand Blown Glass Disney Characters known as Arribas Mini Buddies!
These hand blown glass collectibles are just $25.00 and a great way to take a piece of Disney designer art home. They come in fantastic glass bell jars, and feature a variety of full color character choices. These little guys have amazing details for such tiny critters, and really shimmer in the light. You’ll find everything from Pixar favorites, to classic Disney characters.
Check out all of the amazing choices offered! There are even charming Disney icons like Cinderella’s glass slipper, and Genie’s golden lamp! There’s a character for almost everyone to be found. My personal favorite is the glass Pluto, I love how the yellow glass stands out and sparkles.
You can find these at Le Princessa de Cristal which is located in the Mexico Pavilion at Epcot. You’ll find lots of beautiful Arribas Brothers crystal and glass designs inspired by Disney magic within. If you would love cherishable glass characters for your home, but won’t be making it to the parks soon be sure to email our preferred personal shopper at [email protected] and see if she can scoop one up for you!
Would you display these gorgeous Hand Blown Glass Disney Characters by Arribas Brothers?
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