PHOTOS: Jolly New Christmas Cookie Stitched Leather-based-Fashion Mickey Ears Land at Disneyland Resort

It’s the merry Christmas season at Disneyland Resort, and of course that means adorable merchandise. The latest addition is this Mickey Ears headband that looks like Christmas cookies!

Christmas Cookies Mickey Ears – $ 29.99

The new ears have both a Christmas cookie look (complete with sprinkles) and the embroidered leather motif.

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The individual “ear” biscuits are crowned with a Christmas hat. Both sides have the same design, front and back.

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The headband itself is covered with a pinstripe candy cane pattern on the outside and solid red on the inside.

These new leather-look Mickey Ears with Christmas cookies are now available from the World of Disney Store in the Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort for $ 29.99. So stop by on your next visit if you want to celebrate these sweet treats.

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Investigation Finds That Lady Scouts Troop Chief Stole Cookie Cash

PATASKALA, Ohio – An investigation by the Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has led to indictments against a Girl Scout troop leader for allegedly stealing an estimated $ 12,500 from cookie sales and event fees.

Jill Gauthier, 49, was recently charged with theft, a fourth-degree crime, by a Licking County grand jury.

“She was literally hand caught in the cookie jar – an adult-sized jar that was supposed to carry adult-sized break in a place with lockable doors and barred windows,” Yost said. “How many boxes of thin mints does your troop have to sell to make up for their betrayal?”

An investigation by Yost’s Charitable Law Department and the Pataskala Police Department found that Gauthier had deposited cookie money and event fees collected by the troop members’ parents into personal bank accounts for about five years.

The parents were concerned about Gauthier’s use of the funds and alerted the authorities. Gauthier, the only person who had access to the funds, allegedly used the money on personal purchases.

Investigators submitted their findings to the Licking County Attorney’s Office, who presented the case to a grand jury. Gauthier is expected back in court on May 5th.