It’s time to turn on the fire place, grab a cup of coffee, and make some DIY Fall Disney decor! Over the last couple of years, I have tried out quite a few Fall crafts that have a Disney twist to add a little pixie dust to my home decor. Below I’m sharing a round up of my favorite Fall Disney DIY crafts and tutorials on how to make each.
What I love most about these DIY Halloween/Fall crafts is that they are inexpensive (a couple are Dollar Store crafts!), can be customized to fit your style of home decor, and can involve the whole family! Of course, always be sure to leave the cutting, hot glueing, and ironing to a responsible adult!
If you’ve visited any of the Disney Parks recently, you’ve probably seen this little guy . . .
He’s the absolute cutest Disney pillow for the fall and Halloween season, but costs $30. For me, that was just a little too much for a seasonal piece of Disney home decor. Instead, I decided to make my own for about $5 (I made several for family and friends, so I spent a total of $25 for 5).
Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Candle Holder
I love a good Dollar Store craft and this one is one of my all time favorites! I made this Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Candle Holder from a wood pumpkin table top decor piece from the Dollar Store, two “O’s” that I got from Walmart, left over fabric, chalk paint, and some hot glue. Not only is it inexpensive, but how darn cute is it? I love how easy this Disney craft was to make and how simple it was to make it fit into my home decor by picking out the right fabric and paint color.
Vinyl Fall Disney Wood Wall Sign
If you’re a Scan N’ Cut, Cricut, or Silhouette user, create a wood wall sign is super simple! All you’ll need is a piece of wood, vinyl, a design, cutting machine, and iron. If you’re looking for designs, take a look on Etsy and you’ll find a ton!
Disney Parks Instagram Wall Pumpkins
Are you really a Disney fan if you don’t have a picture in front of the Purple Galactic Wall? Bring home some of those Disney memories by painting a few pumpkins to resemble the most Instagrammable locations in Walt Disney World after Cinderella’s castle.
There’s no “how-to” for this one, but get creative! If you need some help sketching out your pumpkin, print out a “stencil” and wrap it around your pumpkin to give yourself a guide.
Disney Map Decoupage Pumpkin
You know all those park maps you wind up bringing home with you after a trip to Walt Disney World or Disneyland? Instead of throwing them out, grab a few, a bottle of mod-podge, and a faux pumpkin to create the most magical Disney pumpkin ever! – Okay, Cinderella’s pumpkin coach is the most magical, but this one will be the second!
Mickey Mouse Welcome Mat
Let everyone know before they even enter your home that you’re a Disney family with this Dollar Store Disney craft. This Disney welcome mat will only cost $1, plus the cost of paint if you don’t have any on hand. Be sure to visit the step-by-step tutorial to download the free printable Mickey Mouse Ghost stencil that will help you with your design.