/ Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Disney Parks recently announced that one portion of the Limited Time Magic promotion going on during 2013 will include a number of unique Mickey Mouse ears, in a celebration called The Year of the Ear.  Already, Disney has released images of the first five “couture” ears which are available in January.  New ears will be released each month.

This all made me wonder…. what to DO with these ears?  I love my Mouse Ears, and though I don’t collect a lot of them, they are beautiful and should be displayed and enjoyed; they are, indeed, works of art!

With the potential for people to be collecting many mouse ears this year, we thought we would turn to YOU and ask…. how do YOU store and display YOUR mouse ears?  Whether you have just a couple or a couple dozen, we want to hear your great ideas!  We will present all the ideas in a future blog and have prizes for randomly selected entries!

So, send in your pictures and descriptions!  You can mail them to Christy@WDWRadio.com by Wednesday February 6.



3 thoughts on “Our EAR COLLECTION Went Disney: How Do YOU Display YOUR Mouse Ears?”

  1. Fran Cassano says:

    This is a really interesting question, Christy. The Ears seem so quintessential while in the Parks, but back home, what do you do? My husband and I were gifted the Bride Ears and the Tuxedo Ears during our wedding. We wore them at our Dessert Party. When we got home, we realized we had a lot of Disney specific wedding souvenirs, so we dedicated a section of our breakfront to those, with our Ears displayed right on top.

    I do happen to love the Couture Ears, so my guess is I’m gonna need to make room on a bookshelf this time if I can snag the one I want.

  2. If I had an ear collection I would display them in a bookshelf with all of my other disney collectables!

  3. Joanne says:

    I had the same issue…I’ve collected about 10 – 15 so far and they were sitting in plastic bags in the closet. I wanted to hand them on a wall in my Disney-themed office so I created a wooden wall display painted to coordinate with my ears. 🙂 I created a web site as I was thinking there were more folks like me with the same issue. The site is http://www.souven-ears.com . The displays can also sit on an easel to sit on a shelf or in a curio cabinet.