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Hey Tsum Tsum fanatics, you may want to ask for some overtime because Disney has announced that they’ll be releasing a new Original Trilogy Star Wars Tsum Tsum collection on February 16th.

According to Yahoo, the new Tsums Tsums will come in mini, medium and large sizes. And yes, The Force Awakens Tsum Tsums are slated for release sometime in the near future.

Maybe you can smuggle a few Rathtars to pay for them. Who needs all their limbs when you can get something this cute? Check out more pics below.

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How popular are the new (unofficial) Disneyland-themed candles by Anthology Candles? Well, the response has been so overwhelming that their site is down for maintenance and their Etsy store is nothing but rolling tumbleweeds.

Considering the scent profiles, I can see why.

Soarin’ (which is based on Soarin’ Over California) is described as Redwood Trees, Cedar Trees, Salty Ocean Mist, Orange Blossoms.

The Haunted Mansion candle boasts the scents of Musty Carpets, Dusty Furnishings, Graveyard Grasses and Flowers (very subtle jasmine florals).

They also made foodie candles inspired by Disney’s delicious churros, Dole Whip and the Main Street Bakery (Hazelnut coffee and sugar cookies).

Made from US-grown soybeans, the candles are $16 a piece or come in a $45 3-pack. As to when they’ll be available for order, Anthology says they’ll be reopening “3/1/16 – if not sooner” and they’re currently working on shipping out the orders people have already made.

I want them all. Check out more pics below.

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If Tim Burton directed classic Disney movies, they might look something like this art created by Andrew Tarusov. Take a look at the entire series below.

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LEGO enthusiast Nick Carlierti has a proposal for microscale Disneyland sets on LEGO Ideas that let you build some (or all) of your favorite places at the Happiest Place On Earth. If you would like this project become a reality, make sure to cast your vote.

Check out more pics and a project video below.

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The last time we featured Disney artists Griz and Norm, they were obsessed with Disney Princess themed shoes. This time around, they’re obsessed with what most of the Internet is obsessed with—Star Wars and kittens.

It’s a mash-up guaranteed to satisfy. See more examples below.

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The movement to Disney princess all the things continues.

Disney fan and illustrator Grodansnagel pet her own personal spin on the zodiac by replacing the classic astrological symbols with beloved Disney princesses. Check out more examples below.

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BB-8 has clearly let success go to his head. It looks like he’s spending all his Force Awakens money on a blinged-out upgrade before the movie even premieres.

Actually, Disney and Kay Jewelers teamed up to craft this very sparkly 4-inch BB-8 replica using diamonds and gold for a charitable cause.

It took 600 hours to make, features around 860 diamonds and it weighs a hefty pound and a half. It’s estimated to be worth roughly $135,000, and it will be auctioned off this month, with proceeds going to support St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

Check out an additional image along with a making-of video below.

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With the release of Fallout 4 imminent, one gamer got so excited that he decided to throw a few Disney characters to the Wastelands in these fun illustrations.

Artist Peter Slavik imagined Snow White, Alice, Ariel, Rapunzel, and Belle as well-adjusted Vault Dwellers. In fact, Snow White is still trying to talk to the animals (although I wouldn’t dare go near a mole rat for a friendly chat) and Belle is nose deep in a book passing right by a super mutant Gaston.

Check out the entire series after the break.

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Artist Jackie Huang recreates characters from Disney, Marvel, and more with her unique 3D paper portraits. These stunning images literally pop off the page with perfectly colored layers.

Her intricate designs take between 10 to 40 hours to complete. She begins each piece with a sketch that she adjusts digitally, then chooses colors for cutting into each pattern. She usually goes back to add some details with paint at the very end.

Check out more of her whimsical paper art after the break.

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