“This is Halloween, everybody make a scene.” If you’re like me you have your house mostly decorated for Halloween already, but there is always room for more. ALWAYS. Here are some unique ways you can add Disney into your holiday decor.
Mickey bats!! All you need is some black and tan card stock paper, scissors, glue, and some string. These are super simple but add that little Disney flair that any fan is sure to want to add to their abode. Add a bow to make them Minnie bats.
If you are feeling super creative and have some extra mannequin heads laying around (Who doesn’t? Amirite!?), you can make your own haunted mansion Madame Leota. She could be a center piece on your dining room table. Place a light under her with the voice recording and it’s like you are on the ride. This Leota created by Michelle Nyree.
No Halloween is complete without a Nightmare Before Christmas decoration. Sure, you can buy some stuff at Hot Topic but to have your own flying Zero, you’ll have to create it. Simple enough if you can hand sew. You could put this adorable transparent dog anywhere in your home or outside.
Maleficent was one of the scariest characters to me as a child so this paper mache dragon bust is perfect for this spooky holiday. You might be better off commissioning one of these instead of trying to make one. Dan over at the Paper Mache Blog takes orders so you don’t have to get paper and paste all over your place.
Dead men tell no tales. Pirates are a great go to for costumes and we’ve all pretended to be pirates at some time or another. You can make your own ship wheel if you put your mind to it (and have power tools). Follow these step by step instructions if you are ready for a pirate’s life.