Thursday, March 26, 2009

D23 Charter Year Tinkerbell Pin

D23CharterYearTinkerbellPin_CroppedD23CharterYearTinkerbellPin_StraightenedFinally, the UPS delivery truck pulled up and dropped off my Charter Year Tinkerbell Pin from the D23 Members Only section of the D23 Boutique


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Anonymous said...

Is a pin really an incentive to anyone? How sad.

Anonymous said...

$90 for a frame/

Unknown said...


The pin isn't an incentive. It's just something you can only get if you are a member and I collect pins that have some significance to my relationship with Disney and it's various products (films, rides, resorts, etc)

Secondly, after having to frame quite a few things over the past few years (my wife likes her pictures and artwork), I can tell you that $90 for that frame is not expensive. It cost me almost $200 to frame my wife's BSN (Bachelor's of Science in Nursing) diploma.

Even souring Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and Garden Ridge for sales, it's hard to find a nice frame, such as that for much cheaper. I'd probably be able to find that frame for about $40-$50 at best and that using coupons and scouring the weekly ads for deep discount savings