10 DIY Disney Halloween Decorations

by | Oct 28, 2020 | Magic at Home, WDW Blog

Check out these 10 DIY Disney Halloween decorations that are easy to do with friends, family, or even all on your own.

So many people find joy in making crafts at home. Not only do you end up with a brand new adorable decoration at the end, but you get to relax and unwind while doing a DIY project. I’ve found this to be true for myself, so it’s definitely something I should do more often. 

With a new holiday approaching, it’s the perfect time to put your DIY skills to the test. Plus, what better way to add a touch of Disney magic to your home?

1. SNOW WHITE’S POISON APPLE

This Disney Halloween decoration is an instant classic, just like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

If you’re looking for a subtle way to add Disney into your home this season, the poison apple is a great way to be festive without screaming Disney.

2. BABY YODA LAWN DECORATION

 

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Who doesn’t love Baby Yoda? He’s adorable!

This is such a cute sign to either decorate your lawn with or put out with a bowl of candy if you want contactless trick-or-treating.

3. MINNIE MOUSE HALLOWEEN WITCH WREATH

 

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Holidays and wreaths go hand-in-hand. I have to admit, Minnie-shaped wreaths are the best. Get creative and make this festive decor item you can use year-after-year. 

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4. DISNEY HALLOWEEN GARLAND

Looking for a way to kill time, or want to decorate for Halloween on a budget? Put on your favorite Halloween movie and start making this garland!

5. BOO TO YOU DOOR MAT

 

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Why not welcome guests, or family in Halloween style? This festive doormat is super easy to make and it’s a fun way to add a touch of Disney spookiness!


For those of you looking to spice up your outdoor decor with a Disney-themed pumpkin, we also have guides on how to carve a Mickey Jack-o-Lantern and the iconic Main Street U.S.A. pumpkins. Check them out!


6. PUMPKIN EARS

Making your own ears can be a lot cheaper than purchasing them in the parks and it’s a lot of fun to do!

These ears are the perfect accessory for any Zoom Halloween party you may be going to this year.

7. WOODEN MICKEY PUMPKINS

 

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Need some Halloween flair to add to a bookshelf or table? This wooden Mickey pumpkin is the perfect addition you can use year-after-year. 

8. 3-D MICKEY PUMPKIN

 

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Can’t visit the actual Mickey pumpkin in Magic Kingdom? No problem! Make your own miniature version at home. I think this is such a cute idea, and I can see myself using this decoration for many Halloweens in the future!

9. MICKEY-SHAPED WREATH

 

If you want a wreath that is actually Mickey-shaped or want one that is still festive but doesn’t quite scream Halloween, then this is the one for you! 

10. LIGHT-UP MASON JARS 

  

These mason jar light decorations are such a cute way to add a festive glow to your Halloween movie night. They give off a similar look of a candle without having to worry about an actual flame!

There are so many festive ways to get creative while showing off your love for Disney. Let us know on our Facebook if you’ll be making any of these DIY Disney Halloween decorations, and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter so you never miss other fun ways to make a little Disney magic at home!

Keep the magic going!

Posts by Caitlin Reddington

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Caitlin is a contributing writer for WDW Magazine. She loves putting together Disney Style outfits for upcoming trips to the parks and has an ever-growing collection of Minnie Mouse ears.
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Caitlin Reddington

Caitlin is a contributing writer for WDW Magazine. She loves putting together Disney Style outfits for upcoming trips to the parks and has an ever-growing collection of Minnie Mouse ears.
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