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#DisneyHalloMoments: Influencers at Home Create Disney Inspired Halloween DIY Crafts

Courtnee Collier

by , Manager, Influencer Communications

Are your ghosts and goblins begging for something fun to do in anticipation of Halloween? Join Sarah from Pretty Providence, and Ashley from Mom on The Monorail in creating two frightfully-fun Disney inspired Halloween DIY crafts.

No-Carve Mickey Pumpkin

No-Carve Mickey Pumpkin

The mom of two girls who love all things Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Sarah knew exactly what she wanted to create to decorate her porch this Halloween season … Mickey pumpkins! 

Sarah’s No-Carve Mickey Pumpkin is a quick and easy craft that all members of your family can enjoy making. To create this craft, you’ll need a few items, including a pumpkin and a Mickey template

The downloadable template and step-by-step directions can be found here.

Mickey Candy Corn Piñata

Ashton, of Mom on the Monorail, is always coming up with hauntingly creative ideas for her two little ones to make throughout the Halloween season. Today, she is sharing her adorable Mickey Candy Corn Piñata. 

Got an empty cereal box and colored tissue paper? With these and a few more items, you are on your way to making a piñata that will be the envy of the neighborhood. Download step-by-step directions here and get ready to fill your piñata with all your favorite Halloween candy.

Feeling bewitchingly inspired? Be sure to share your pumpkin or piñata and use the hashtags #DisneyMagicMoments and #DisneyHalloMoments. And follow along for more Halloween fun on our “Everything Halloween” page.

Always use caution when handling sharp objects, and arts and crafts tools. Please supervise children who are helping or nearby.


  • Oh my gosh!! These are both so fun! How creative, and so doable. Can’t wait to create both and share the Disney love!

  • I love the pumpkins! The Mickey in front is so cute, and I love the big one with the silhouettes. It’s so tasteful, and something I would actually be able to make, thanks to Sarah’s templates and instructions. It’s something I’d be proud to display in my home.

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