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Disney Parks Blog Presents Disney Paper Parks: Happy Haunts Edition Designed by Walt Disney Imagineering, Part 3

Kevin Rafferty, Jr.

by , Communications, WDI

Disney Paper Parks: Happy Haunts Edition continues today with printable activity sheets to color and build your own Haunted Mansion attraction. This spirited set includes the exterior facades of the Haunted Mansion at Walt Disney World Resort, as well as a Portrait Chamber that actually stretches!  

Unlike the actual Portrait Chamber that is paneled in dark polished woods, your paper version can be personalized with any color. Your challenge will not only be to find a way out, but also to add your own spooky spin! Gargoyles, Victorian wallpaper and large portraits adorn the chamber to complete an authentic look.  

This is the third part of Disney Paper Parks: Happy Haunts EditionThe series will complete with the next set of activity sheets that builds on today’s release and includes other fun surprises. We hope you’ve already had a chance to create paper home décor and tableware elements inspired by the Haunted Mansion in the first two releases.  

For best results, we recommend printing the activity sheets at their actual size, not scaling them to fit the page. We also recommend adult participation or supervision for those with little ones to help make this great activity even more enjoyable. 

The sheets were created for the Disney Parks Blog by talented Imagineers Stephanie Jazmines and Amy Young, and require the use of scissors, glue and folding along dotted lines in specific directions. Imagineer Audrey Aronoff designed the facades in today’s release.  

Watch for the final part of Disney Paper Parks: Happy Haunts Edition by Halloween! 

By downloading Disney Paper Parks, you acknowledge and agree that these materials are being provided to you for personal, non-commercial use. 


  • I am having trouble printing this. It seems to be offset to the right (large left margin). I have not had issues with the others. I have my printer set to 100%, not sure what is wrong.

  • Love to see how 3D images can be done at home.

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