Sold at the US theme parks, this Snow White Booster Pin Set was first released at Disneyland on April 12, 2009 and at Walt Disney World two days later. Four pins total, it includes Snow, the Dwarfs and the Old Witch. The idea behind a booster set is to help newcomers get started in the Disney pin-trading scene. Retail price $22.95.
Born in 1901, Walt Disney would have been 110 years old in 2011. To commemorate this occurrence, the US Disney Store created a series of 110 pins called the 110th Legacy Collection, each one a limited edition of just 250. Snow White characters were included on three of them. Identical pins were also sold at the Japan Disney Store but with an edition size of 110 stamped on the backside.
Snow White/Seven Dwarfs spinner. Dimensions 2" x 2".
In the year 2000, Disney Store issued a series of collectible medallions called The Disney Decades Coins. Sold separately, each featured an iconic character to represent a memorable highlight from a specific decade. The collection included a total of 55 coins along with companion info cards in protective plastic coverings.
Snow White is #22, celebrating the thirties.
Coin measures approximately 1.5" in diameter. Package is 3" x 6".
Spotted on ebay in 2014, these Snow White figures are hand-painted, one-of-a-kind lawn ornaments. Each is cut from plywood and held in place with an attached metal stake. Also includes wall mount for indoor use. Snow stands approximately 29" tall x 14" wide.
A Snow White "Light-Up Googly Princess" was found in the Valentine's Day seasonal section at Target earlier this month. What's a Googly Princess? A squishy, jiggly party favor figure made from rubbery latex-like material. Stands a little over 3" tall. Retail just 99¢.
Other princesses in the series include Ariel, Belle, and Cinderella.
One cool component is that each figure has a small ball in the skirt portion that lights up with a red, blinking light when impacted. Powered by a button cell battery (non-replaceable).
And here's a video showing the light-up feature in action...
These girls were also seen in 2014 at Walgreens in the Easter section (for about $3) and later at Walmart in the toy isle. Special thanks to 1937fan at Whistle While We Blog for the heads-up on this one and for sharing additional pics.
Squinkies are tiny figures (less than an inch in length) that squish when you squeeze them. Made from soft plastic (they do not contain latex). Four different 12-piece Disney princess sets were initially released, including Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, and Snow White.
The Snow White blister pack included: Snow White, Snow White with apple, the Prince, Evil Queen, Old Hag, and the Seven Dwarfs. Each figure came in its own individual 1" plastic bubble sphere. The collection was available at retailers in early 2011 and appeared on the Disney Store website in December of that year. Online price $12.50.
For added fun, you could use the Disney Princess Coach Dispenser (sold separately). Drop in a Squinkie coin, turn the white dial, and a Squinkie rolls down the carriage step. Set included four coins and six figures. Retail $29.50.