Princess Daisy has been the subject of many derivative products. This page aims to list all the merchandise related to Daisy.
Two official plush toys of Daisy have been released so far. Both plush toys have been made by the company Sanei. The first Daisy plush was released in late 2012 in Japan alongside Birdo, Dry Bones, and Kamek. The second Daisy plush was released in late 2014 under the Super Mario All-Star Collection plush line.
The original Sanei Daisy plush is 9 inches tall, and the Super Mario All-Star Collection Daisy is 10 inches tall.
A Baby Daisy plush doll was released in Japan under the Super Mario All-Star Collection plush line.
Several Daisy figurines have been released.
Bandai released a set of finger puppet figures based on characters from Super Mario Land. Daisy is one of the ten figures in the set. This is most likely the only figurine depicting Daisy in her original design.
A second finger puppet figure of Daisy was released in the Mario Party Collection set from 2005. Daisy is one of the eleven figures in the set, and her figure is modelled after her Mario Party 5 artwork.
Daisy has received a few Mario Kart figures over the years. Daisy was featured in a set of Mario Kart DS pullback figures alongside seven other characters. A few different Daisy figures were released for Mario Kart Wii, with Daisy even appearing in a set of Gacha figures (no pictures of it yet). Boss Coffee released a set of Mario Kart Wii figures, which included two figures of Daisy.
A Baby Daisy keychain was released, which depicted Baby Daisy on a bike from Mario Kart Wii.
The company Furuta has released many different buildable figurines of Mario characters. The figurines are obtained from chocolate eggs, which must be eaten in order to reveal the figurine inside. Only one Daisy figurine has been released so far, and it was featured in the second set of Furuta Mario figurines. This same Daisy figurine was later re-released in a different set which featured a mix of figurines from Furuta's first two sets of Mario figurines.
A Daisy keychain was released at some point during the 2000's. Daisy was featured alongside Mario, Luigi, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, and Bowser.
The company Popco released several different mini figurines of Mario characters. In 2009, Daisy was featured in the second series of Popco's Mario figurines. Surprisingly, Daisy was released before Peach, who wasn't released until the third series. This specific Daisy figurine has been re-released several times. The figurine was originally released in a red blister packaging with Mario on it. Alongside the other Series 2 figurines, Daisy was also released in a green blister packaging with Luigi instead of Mario, and Daisy was also listed as a "Rare" figure here. Daisy and Shy Guy have been released together in a two-pack, which was later re-released again with the Luigi packaging. The Daisy figure has also been released in a three-pack with Mario (the one from Series 1) and Luigi (from Series 2) only in the red packaging. Finally, Daisy was released in a six-pack alongside the other Series 2 characters: Mario (standing still pose), Luigi (jumping pose), Koopa, Shy Guy, and Lakitu.
In 2013, K'NEX released a Daisy figure. Daisy was initially only available in the Super Mario Series 2 blind bags. She was the rarest figure in the set and was limited to at least 2 figures per box.
Daisy was later released as a repeat figure in the Series 6 blind bags, again as one of the rarer figures.
The K'NEX Daisy is not available in any Mario K'NEX building sets, and can only be obtained in blind bags.
Baby Daisy was featured in a set of Mario figurines.
On the 1st of November, Smash Direct confirmed that Daisy's official amiibo for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is set to be released sometime in 2019. It is, of course, modelled after Daisy's official artwork for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Additionally, Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate and Super Dragon Smash Bros. Ultimate Deluxe (the enhanced port edition) has this Amiibo of Daisy shared and has the new mode called Amiibo Play Mode. Of note, Story Mode can come in Amiibos by helping characters out in sports, battles, or party games. When amiibo level up after completing a set number of matches, a random stat out of the eleven stats get enhanced. In addition, each stat has its own slot limitations: for example, an amiibo character cannot have more than three speed stats in their inventory. Once all ten stat slots are filled, the amiibo cannot obtain any more stats though characters can remove gained stats, so the slot can be filled by another stat. These are the following stats that can be enhanced:
- Movement (Ten slots) - "Increases the power of your amiibo character's movement."
- Shooting (Three slots) - "Increases your amiibo character's shooting and stamina."
- Passing (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's ability to pass the ball."
- Defence (Ten slots) - "Quickens your amiibo character's defence and reach."
- Stamina (Ten slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's stamina and agility."
- Skill (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's ability to use various attacks and moves."
- Agility (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's power, speed and agility."
- Control (Three slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's fighting control."
- Finesse (Four slots) - "Improves your amiibo character's finesse and stamina."
- Speed (Five slots) - "Increases your amiibo character's acceleration speed."
- Power (Seven slots) - "Increases the power of your amiibo character's speed and power."
Clothing and Costumes
Daisy appears on several different official Mario Kart 8 shirts as well as pajama pants.
Daisy has also appeared on other shirts.
Daisy was also featured in a five-pack of Mario character socks for women.
Costumes and Fabrics
The company Simplicity has released patterns for creating costumes of Peach and Daisy. Instructions and dress patterns are included. They are available in two different sizes. This is currently the closest there is to an official Princess Daisy costume.
Jo-Ann Fabrics has released several fabric designs based on various Nintendo characters and franchises. Daisy is featured on four of the Mario fabric designs. One of the designs features several Mario characters, and Daisy can be seen beside Peach. Another design features the heads of some Mario characters, which includes Daisy. The pink fabric features Daisy, Peach, Toadette, Rosalina, and a pink Yoshi. The Mario Kart 8 fabric features Mario, Luigi, Daisy, and Toad.
Daisy has appeared in some Mario-themed board games, and even has her board game alongside Peach.
Daisy has appeared on various Mario themed puzzles
There is a Super Mario Land board game. Daisy appears on the box for the board game, but artwork for Peach appears on the board game itself.
Daisy is featured in the Super Mario Chess game. Alongside Peach, Daisy is a Bishop piece on Mario's team.
In 2017, USAopoly released a game called Super Mario Level-Up! Daisy appears on the box for the game and is also one of the 13 playable game pieces available.
Also in 2017, USAopoly released Super Mario Checkers Princess Power Edition, a checkers game with Peach & Daisy. It is exclusive to Toys 'R' Us.
Daisy also makes appearances on a few Mario board games released only in Japan.
Cards of Daisy and Baby Daisy have been released in a set of Mario Kart Wii trading cards.
Daisy amiibo cards were released alongside Mario Sports Superstars.
cards of Daisy were also included in Super Mario UNO and the Club Nintendo Mario Hana Fuda card set
Several Mario posters have been released over the years. Daisy has been featured on a few different posters.
Daisy and Peach have appeared together on some Nintendo DS and 3DS accessories.
Hover Cover has made cover designs for the Nintendo Switch. One of the many designs they created is a Peach and Daisy Switch cover.
The company Moschino released some Mario products. Daisy appears alongside Peach and Rosalina on a pouch bag.
Daisy appears on several Mario backpacks and lunchboxes along with other Mario characters.
A limited offer from Nintendo UK allowed anyone who ordered Mario Sports Superstars to receive a bag which used the artwork used for the game's box art.
A special Super Mario tote-bag features Princess Daisy along with Mario, Luigi, Toad, Toadette, Peach, and Yoshi on the bag.
Daisy has been featured in the Encyclopedia Super Mario Bros released for the 30th Anniversary of Super Mario Bros., which was released in Japan. The encyclopedia covers every mainstream Mario platform released at the time, including the first two Super Mario Land games. Various characters and enemies who have appeared throughout the Super Mario platformers have short bios about them. Daisy's bio translates to: "Very young princess of Sarasaland. There she was kidnapped by a villain called Tatanga."
Daisy is featured on a page in the "With Luigi 30th Anniversary" book. Various Mario characters appear in the book, including Daisy.
Daisy and Peach's artwork from Mario Kart: Double Dash!! is featured on one of the pages in the Guinness World Records: Gamer's Edition 2017.
Daisy appears on the cover for several Mario game guides
Daisy also appears in the 2020 Nintendo Recruitment Pamphlet:
- A set of Super Mario-themed Hot Wheels set released at Walmart stores across the United States in 2016. While there is no Daisy-themed Hot Wheels car, Daisy appears on the packaging for the Mario Hot Wheels car.
- Another line of Mario themed Hot Wheels cars has been released in 2021 which does include a Daisy themed car and Daisy in a car.
- An official Heat Changing Mug based on the Game Boy exclusive to ThinkGeek's website. It depicts the scene from Super Mario Land where Mario rescues Daisy. It normally shows a blank screen, but adding liquid to the mug will show the scene from the Super Mario Land game.
- Daisy is also on another mug featuring the Super Mario characters.
- In 2017, the company Scribe released several notebooks featuring Mario characters. One notebook features Daisy, Peach, and Rosalina. It is available in Mexico.
- In 2016, Mattel released the Super Mario edition of Uno. Princess Daisy appears in the game in the number 6 card.
- Princess Daisy appears on several Super Mario calendars.
- Daisy is featured on one of the Super Mario themed glue sticks from the UHU company: https://www.uhu.cz/
- In 2016, Amscan released several Mario party supplies. Daisy has been featured on a paper plate, a tablecloth and some balloons
- Daisy has also appeared on several keychains
- Daisy has also appeared on various Mario stickers and temporary tattoos
The Super Mario series in general is a common target by bootleggers and counterfeiters. Bootlegs are generally not considered fan-made items, as bootlegs are usually made to try and rip people off and not buy the original products. Daisy herself is a frequent Mario character used for bootlegged Mario merchandise. The most common Daisy bootlegs are Daisy plushies and poor looking figures, most of which are just recolors of a Peach figure.
A set of weird-looking Mario figures features Daisy, where she is just a recolor of the unofficial Peach figure also seen here. There are also various other characters in this "set" of figures that are not seen in the image below.
A bootleg figure based off her Smash Bros Amiibo exists. This one does not contain a stand and is just the figure.
Several bootlegs of her Popco figure exist.
A few bootleg plushies of Daisy exist. One certain Daisy plush has a similar design to the Mario Party 5 Peach plush, and the plush has a derpy-looking face. This bootleg Daisy plush is commonly sold alongside bootleg Peach (based on the official MP5 plush) and Bootleg Rosalina plushies.
Bootlegs of the Sanei Daisy plush also exist. It is of a lower quality of the official Sanei plush, and usually has a New Super Mario Bros. U tag.
Unofficial figures based off the Mario Party Collection set of figures exist. They look very similar to the official figures, but the sculpts have minor differences and a terrible paint job. In Daisy's case, the bottom of her dress is poorly painted compared to the official figure. The eyes, eyebrows, and mouth are usually poorly painted.
Like bootlegs, fan-made items are not official, but they are instead made by fans, unlike bootleggers.