Walk toward the restrooms of the Hangar Bar and study a "Lost & Found" display case along the wall between the restrooms. At the left lower part of the display case, sunglasses over a circle (the lower circle of a mask?) might make a Hidden Mickey.
When you walk into Amorette's Patisserie, look up at the top shelf behind the counter to spot this classic shape. (At the rear part of the right wall, and behind the counters, you can see the ends of white fabric or cloth rolls in an opening in the cabinetry. See any classic Hidden Mickeys in the stack of rolls - maybe an upside-down Hidden Mickey at the top?)
Look for this big spoon standing upright just before you meet Tinker Bell at her Meet 'n' Greet in Town Square Theater on Main Street, U.S.A. Do the three round flowers on the handle form an upside-down classic Hidden Mickey?
Drop in for sweets at Disney's Candy Cauldron at Disney Springs West Side. Study the left and front sides of the top of a pillar at the center of the rear wall of the store. You have to stand right in front of the cash register to get the proper angle to spot it. Is that Mickey's face on the left side (looking left) with one ear on the front side of the pillar?
Not a traditional Hidden Mickey. In the Britain portion of the first room, the architectural details on the Tudor building form a perfect MM. (On "it's a small world," a scene of Great Britain is in the first room to the left of your boat. In the architectural design of one of the buildings, do you see an "M M" design that might represent the first letters of "Mickey Mouse"?)
On our last trip in June, we noticed this that could possibly resemble a Hidden Mickey. Not sure if it was intentional by the Imagineers or not, but we think it could potentially be one! It is in the third scene on the Carousel of Progress on the wall between the stove area and the kitchen table. (In the third scene of Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress, a decorative item hangs on the wall between the stove and the kitchen table. Is a classic Hidden Mickey formed by the metal pattern in the center of the item? The image is outlined in red in the third photo.)
As you go on the first long incline to the top of the mountain, you pass inside through the temple. On the left side about half way through the mountain, look left close to eye level to see the drawings on the side of the temple wall. This guy is smack dab in the middle of the drawings.