Hi everyone...back from vacation and on to a Disney question!!

Discussion in 'Disney Collectors Board' started by 3kids4me, Aug 26, 2002.

  1. 3kids4me

    3kids4me <font color=magenta>Besotted Pin Lover<br><font co

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    Missed you all while we were in Vermont, but it was nice to get away!

    Here's my question: While we were gone, the Tinkerbell on the Map figurine from DL arrived (I had put my name on a waiting list if they had some left over after the event and they did I guess!). Anyway, I know have three Disney figurines...all in their boxes! (Another Tinkerbell one, and a Belle one from the DS...the ones that came with the free pin) I just don't know how best to display them. With three kids, I'm a little afriad to just put them out on a shelf somewhere, but I don't really have any kind of cabinet behind glass that I can use.

    Suggestions, anyone?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Mickey527

    Mickey527 DIS Veteran

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    Sharon,
    I have the perfect solution.
    Bring them to my house and I will keep them on my mantle for safe keeping. You can come over every once in a while and look at them, and dust them of course...
    I have 63 Snowglobes now and only three of them have been broken. Thank God for Crazy Glue, that Peter Pan ship is a B&$*^. And the only reason they broke is because I DUSTED! So I promise to save the dusting for you and your figurines will be safe. I get out of work tomorrow at 5 Peggie
     
  3. 3kids4me

    3kids4me <font color=magenta>Besotted Pin Lover<br><font co

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    Lol...you are too funny!

    Yes, it's not only the kids I'm worried about...I'm afraid something will break during cleaning. I was told by the DS that the Tink statue is particularly fragile.
     
  4. we3luvdisney

    we3luvdisney <font color=blue>I admit it. I am a <font color=pu

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    May I suggest that you duct tape them down and use a blower to dust;)
     

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