Is This Stitch Pin the Fairest of Them All?
The second half of the Stitch Crashes Disney series is focusing more on the older animated films, and for the eighth entry, they are going all the way back to the first animated feature. That’s right, Stitch is crashing Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in this pin.
Stitch is almost his normal color for this pin, just deeper. He’s a very dark blue with royal blue sections. While I don’t necessarily associate those colors with Snow White, the stylized flowers he’s sporting definitely look like they belong in the movie. It’s funny that I would associate them with the movie since they are more decorations in the various backgrounds of the film, but I do.
And it looks like Stitch has stolen the poisoned apple. That’s definitely going to shake things up. He’s rather proud of himself, too, since he’s smiling about it.
And that is one thing that makes this pin extra special. The green poison part of the apple will glow in the dark. Oh, it’s not very bright, and it takes a lot of light to charge it up, but it is there, and it’s a fun addition. As far as I know, this is the first pin in the series to do that.
Once again, the board the pin comes attached to gets into the act. Behind Stitch, we can see Prince Charming’s castle off in the distance in the midst of the trees immediately behind him.
The result is a pin that immediately connects us to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. I like Stitch best when he sticks to blue, so the color works well for me, too.
While this may not be my favorite pin in the series (it’s hard to say when we haven’t seen them all yet), this is definitely a good one. Fans of Stitch and Snow White will enjoy adding it to their collection.