It’s Christmas in July! Disney has introduced a series of resin Christmas ornaments that pay tribute to what could be the ultimate Disney merchandise symbol – the Mickey Ear Hat.

The ornaments are available now in Walt Disney World in at least two locations – in the Disney Days of Christmas in Disney Springs as well as Ye Old Christmas Shop in the Magic Kingdom.

The ornaments were created by the Disney Design Group, which is Disney’s group of in-house artists that creates artwork that eventually becomes merchandise, packaging, and even theme park guide maps.

Each ornament builds on the classic Mickey ear shape, but then adds plenty of details for the individual character being represented.

Let’s take a look at some of the items for sale.

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Want to win an Ear Hat Christmas ornament?

Check out the entry instructions at the end of this article.

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Let's visit the Disney's Days of Christmas store in Disney Springs.

Let’s visit the Disney’s Days of Christmas store in Disney Springs.

Each ornament is $22.95 each, or three for $49.95.

Each ornament is $22.95 each, or three for $49.95.

This one pays tribute to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.

This one pays tribute to Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.

Here is one that is great if you are lucky, or Irish, or both.

Here is one that is great if you are lucky, or Irish, or both.

Attention Star Wars fans - C3PO can visit your Christmas tree.

Attention Star Wars fans – C3PO can visit your Christmas tree.

Nice details on this Mary Poppins ornament.

Nice details on this Mary Poppins ornament.

Alice in Wonderland fans will enjoy this Queen Of Hearts ornament.

Alice in Wonderland fans will enjoy this Queen Of Hearts ornament.

Winnie The Pooh does love his honey.

Winnie The Pooh does love his honey.

Would you like to win a Winnie the Pooh Ear Hat Christmas ornament?

To win, just send an e-mail to me at [Contest is over – Congratulations to the winner, Janet F from California].  I’ll add you to our mailing list (if you aren’t already on it) and enter you into a drawing to win the Winnie The Pooh Christmas ornament.

I’ll select one recipient for the prize on or around August 1, 2013. I’ll request your mailing address and then send a prize to you. It’s that easy! This give-away is open to everyone, everywhere.

What do you think about these Christmas ornaments?