Sneak Peek: ‘Spike’s Sweet as Can Bee” Collection Coming to EPCOT’s Flower and Garden Festival

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It’s time for yet another sneak peek at one of the collections coming to EPCOT’s Flower and Garden Festival running from March 4- June 1, 2020.

Previously, we looked at the Orange Bird “Hello Sunshine” collection, The Minnie’s Flower Cart Collection and Mickey’s Farmer’s Market Collection.

This year Spike the Bee is coming to the festival as more ways than just the Spike’s Pollination Scavenger Hunt!

Disney has announced it’s new Spike’s Sweet as Can Bee Collection.

This new merchandise is inspired by Spike the Bee and Donald Duck. “When he’s not tormenting Mickey and friends, Spike is as sweet as can ‘bee’!”

Let’s take a look!

First up is a new Spike the Bee mug with lid.

I love the little Spike the Bee on top of a bee hive, and the handle is made to look like a flower and it’s stem.

Apparel is also going to feature Spike the Bee

Woman’s Shirt

The first sneak peek is a look at woman’s shirt with fluttered sleeves. Spike is getting ready to land on a sunflower, which corresponds with the one on the mug. There are also several other flowers featured.

Spike the Bee T-Shirt

There is yet another shirt that has been shown. This one features Donald and Spike the Bee.

I love how Donald is in his fighting stance getting ready to take Spike on. The shirt says “Buzzin’ Around and also features Spike with a dashed directional line showing him exiting the bee hive.

I really like how they used the neutral colors for the shirts. It really works well.

Previously we also saw that this year will showcase a new Spike the Bee sipper cup that can be purchased at the Honey Bee-Stro this year.

There is also a garden stake that has a similar design to the Woman’s Shirt.

I’m so excited about so many different collections coming to this year’s EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival!

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Parks Blog

 


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