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If you could interview a Disney pin designer... What would you ask him/her?...
If you could interview a Disney pin designer...
Here's a question for you pin traders and fans:
If you could interview a Disney pin designer... What would you ask him/her?
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Do you make specific pins with strictly CM distribution in mind?
Would you be insterested in making "Lori does the Magic Kingdom" special edition pin???
lol...it could be called "Loriland"!
Originally Posted by dzney4lyf
Wow, that is a tough one...
Hmmm, how about "How early do you start designing a pin for special Disney events?"
Nothing to countdown to, so just smile and be happy everyday!
here is mine
Why did you put Stitch in a pin for every ride?
Josh The happy haunts have received your simpathetic vibrations, and are begining to materialize.They're assembling for a swinging wake,and they will be expecting me.I will see you all a little later
I'm Mister White Christmas
I'm Mister Snow
I'm Mister Icicle
I'm Mister Ten Below
Friends call me Snow Miser
What ever I touch
Turns to snow in my clutch
I'm too much!
Probably the same reason Lilo and Stitch trailers featured 4 other Disney films.
Originally Posted by GrmGrnningGhost
always plotting, planning, and looking forward to our next adventure...
how do you finalize a complete concept for such a small item, as in how do you get the idea across on such a small space?
Erica "There's a great big beautiful tomorrow, shining at the end of everyday. There's a great big beautiful tomorrow, just a dream away!" When I grow up I wanna be a Disney
Were do you get your ideas or does some one present with a certain topic?
Does it take long from drawing to creation of a pin?
1. How many different stages does a pin go through from concept to creation?
2. Is any of the concept art available to see or even purchase?
What I say 100 times each day:
"It's not a Disney Resort even though it's on Disney property!"
I would probably ask...
Did you realize that pins would become such a huge part of WDW, and did you expect so many people (like me), to become so interested?
You just have to decide if you’re a Tigger or an Eeyore. -Randy Pausch University of South Carolina '11 We hail thee, Carolina...
what was their favorite pin to design.
Around here, however, we don't look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things... and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. - Walt Disney
Why don't you make more pins with some of the rarely seen characters on them?
Like Shere Khan for example!!!!
"Almost everyone is mad here. You may have noticed that I'm not all there myself." - Chesire Cat "You have spirit for one so small, and that spirit deserves a fighting chance." - Shere Khan
What are your stratagies for keeping kids interested and not allowing adults to ruin the fun? A perfect example is Beanie Babies and baseball cards.