Disney’s New Home Decor Costs MORE Than a 4-Day Park Ticket

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We love keeping an eye out for the newest Disney merchandise — even if it’s a little out of our budget.

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Not all Disney souvenirs are likely to break the bank, but lately, we’ve seen $600 plushes, $600 Minnie Ears, and a shoe collection that would cost $7,000 if you bought it all. Disney recently released some new fine art online that’s joining the list of expensive items and rightly so — let’s check it out!

Most people expect limited-edition artwork to be expensive, so perhaps the price of these pieces won’t be too shocking. Each of the paintings below is new to shopDisney, hand-signed and numbered, and a bit on the pricey side.

We’ll start with artwork by Jared Franco. The Pooh and His Balloon Canvas can be purchased right now for $600. 


It’s a limited edition with only 195 in existence, includes a certificate of authenticity, and is 30” H x 20” W. So if you really, reaaaaaally like Pooh Bear, this might be a cool limited-edition item for you!

Click Here to Buy the Pooh and His Balloon art

Fans of the Seven Dwarfs can grab the Climbin’ for Diamonds Canvas Artwork for $600.


It shows each of the dwarfs stacked on top of each other, trying to grab all of the diamonds and gems. It’s a limited-edition piece out of 195, comes with a certificate of authenticity, and is 48” H x 12” W. They don’t often get the spotlight on merchandise or artwork, so this one is pretty cool to see!

Click Here to Grab the Climbin’ for Diamonds Canvas art

There are also 2 Tangled-inspired pieces from Jared Franco, including the Tangled Tree Canvas for $600. 


This is also a limited edition piece out of 195 total, includes a certificate of authenticity, and is 20” H x 30” W. We kinda love how Rapunzel is just living her best life here as Flynn just hangs out.

Click Here to Buy the Tangled Tree Canvas art

The other Tangled artwork is the Festival of Lights Canvas for $500. 


It shows off that gorgeous lantern scene from the movie. Just like the others, there is a limited number of 195 pieces. This canvas also comes with a certificate of authenticity, and is 20” H x 30” W.

Click Here to Buy the Festival of Lights Canvas art

We also spotted new artwork by Heather Edwards. First up is the Drawn to the Shore Canvas for $500.


It’s inspired by Ariel and is a limited-edition print of 195 signed by the artist, includes the certificate of authenticity, and is  20” H x 30” W. We like this unique and moody depiction of her!

Click Here to Buy the Drawn to the Shore Canvas art

There’s also the Dig a Little Deeper Canvas for $500. 


This one portrays Tiana in a unique art style, where she’s sitting at a table ready to have a meal — do we spy beignets?! This print is a limited edition of 195, has a certificate of authenticity, and is 24” H x 18” W.

Click Here to Buy the Dig a Little Deeper Canvas art

If you’ve been looking for some Disney Fine Art pieces for your home, these just might do the trick. But be sure to budget appropriately.

Considering that you could get a 4-day (1 park per day) ticket to the parks for some dates for around $430 — these pieces could cost you MORE than tickets to the Most Magical Place on Earth!


For more shopDisney merchandise, check out all of the Minnie Ears you can get online right now here. Or check out all of the Starbucks mugs you can get online here. 

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Which piece of artwork is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!