It all feels magical! The only way to make it more magical? By Disney-fying it! (Is that a word?? Let’s make it one.)
Here is a collection of over 40 Disney Halloween ideas. Spook-tacular crafts and treats, most of which you can make using your Cricut!
We’re pretty sure that these Cricut Halloween ideas will convince you that (for at least the month of October), it’s good to be “bad””!
Table of Contents
- Disney Halloween Pumpkins
- Disney Halloween Cups & Bags
- Disney Halloween Apparel
- Disney Halloween Decorations
- Disney Halloween Treats
Disney Halloween Pumpkins
Add some Disney flair to your Halloween pumpkins this year!
1. Disney Character Pumpkins
The Farm Girl Gabs has put together an incredible collection of Disney character-inspired pumpkins that are sure to bring out your Disney side!
2. Haunted Mansion Cricut Pumpkin
It doesn’t get much better than this Haunted Mansion pumpkin from Persia Lou. And it even includes a free cut file! Woohoo!
3. Disney Character Pumpkin Stencils
And be sure to check out Picture the Magic’s collection of Disney pumpkin stencils which features over 200 different designs with all your favorite characters!
4. Star Wars Pumpkin Stencils
This collection of over 60 Star Wars pumpkin stencils from us right here at Picture the Magic will make you feel like you’re in a galaxy far, far away!
5. Mickey Mouse Cricut Pumpkin
These adorable Mickey Pumpkins from Disney Family would be even easier if you used your Cricut to cut the foam shapes for you!
Disney Halloween Cups & Bags
Here we have provided four fun ideas for Disney Halloween cups and bags that you can make with your Cricut.
1. Cricut Hocus Pocus Tote Bag
2. Cricut Mickey Trick Or Treat Bag
3. Cricut Skeleton Tumbler
4. Cricut Hocus Pocus Mug
With this bewitching mug from Designs by Winther, you’ll be sucking the lives out of the children of Salem in no time! And it even includes a free cut file!
Disney Halloween Apparel
It’s time to don some frightfully fun Disney Halloween apparel. Use your imagination and these ideas to spark some inspiration this year.
1. Cricut Hocus Pocus Witches Shirt
I think I might wear this Hocus Pocus T-Shirt from Persia Lou every day for the month of October! So no judging if you run into me at the grocery store… I just love that the design includes the Sanderson sisters… and it’s so whimsical and fun!
2. Pumpkin Mickey Ears
These adorable Pumpkin Mickey Ears from The Purple Pumpkin Blog would be perfect for a visit to the parks! Can you even handle the festiveness?
3. Jack Skellington Necklace
4. Cricut Hocus Pocus Cat Svg File
This free Hocus Pocus Cat SVG file from Caluya Designs would make a great tshirt or sweatshirt… or would be perfect on a wood sign!
5. Cricut Hocus Pocus Svg Bundle
Sorry not sorry for yet another Hocus Pocus t-shirt… The Love Nerds have created an entire Hocus Pocus SVG bundle that are perfect for making shirts to match your best resting witch face!
6. Cricut Disney Villain Svg Bundle
And if Hocus Pocus just isn’t your thing, but you love a good bad guy as much as we do, you will love these Disney Villain SVG files, also from The Love Nerds. Use them to make t-shirts, pajamas, wall decals, or anything else your wickedly creative mind can dream up!
Disney Halloween Decorations
1. Mickey Pumpkin Wreath
Can’t you just feel the Disney magic when you look at this Mickey Pumpkin Wreath from Magically Megan? I feel like I’m transported to Main Street, U.S.A. just by looking at it!
2. Cricut Haunted Mansion Tombstone Sign
I am obsessed with this Haunted Mansion Tombstone Sign from Parental Perspective. She made it by using the Ravenscroft font, which you can find here, along with a bunch of our other favorite Disney fonts!
3. Cricut Hocus Pocus Throw Pillow
I cannot get over this Hocus Pocus throw pillow from Sew What Alicia. She uses freezer paper to make a stencil and then paint her design onto a pillow.
4. Cricut Hitchhiking Ghosts Wood Sign
I just love this Hitchhiking Ghosts wood sign from Polka Dot Chair. My front porch would be the cutest (and spookies) on the block!
5. Cricut Sugar Skull Skeleton Svg Files
Check out these free Sugar Skull cut files from Caluya Design! They are perfect for incorporating a little bit of Coco & Dia de los Muertos into your Halloween celebrations!
6. Cricut Disney Villain Silhouettes
This Disney VIllain SIlhouette Gallery Wall from Down Home on Main Street is to die for! All the heart eyes for this evil display!
7. Cricut Haunted Mansion Lanterns
Bring a little haunted to your own mansion with these Haunted Mansion lanterns from Polka Dot Chair!
8. Cricut Hocus Pocus Wood Sign
I am swooning over this Hocus Pocus Broom Co. wood sign from Burton Avenue. What a perfect, subtle nod to the best Halloween movie of all time!
9. Cricut Haunted Mansion Throw Pillow
10. Halloween Mickey Wreath
This Halloween Mickey Wreath from Spaceships and Laserbeams is the perfect blend of creepy & cute! And it’s at the top of my must-make list this Halloween season!
11. Evil Queen’s Poison Apple
How fantastic is this poison apple from Chicken Scratch NY? It’s sure to make the Evil Queen’s fans very happy… well as happy as bad guys can be! 🙂
12. Jack Skellington Door Decoration
If I had a white front door, I would definitely turn it into a Jack Skellington door, like Twin Dragonfly Designs did! Maybe it would work on my pantry…
13. Haunted Mansion 13 Hour Clock
Want to make your own Haunted Mansion 13 Hour Clock? Here is a great tutorial of how to make one!
14. Haunted Mansion Madame Leota Glass Ball
This Madame Leota cloche from Beaux R’eves is to die for! It might terrify my children, but I’m sure the years spent in therapy will be worth it, right?!?
15. Cricut Halloween Mickey Bats
16. 3 Disney Halloween Wreaths
Over at Disney Rewards, you can find tutorials for 3 Disney Halloween Wreaths… including one for Jack Skellington, The Evil Queen, and Coco!
17. Mickey Mouse Pumpkin
Mom Foodie created an adorable Mickey Mouse Pumpkin that looks just like the one in Disneyland, and has created an awesome step-by-step tutorial. The only thing I would change is that I would cut out the face shapes from vinyl using my Cricut Maker instead of painting them.
18. Cricut Mickey Halloween Banner
Disney Halloween Treats
Although these Disney Halloween treat recipes don’t necessarily require a Cricut to make them, you could use the print & cut feature of your Cricut to make adorable nametags, so all your family and friends will know just how clever, crafty, and creepy you are!
1. Jack Skellington Candy Apples
These Jack Skellington chocolate covered apples from Wonky Wonderful look as creepy as they do delicious! And I cannot wait to try them!
2. Ursula Tentacles Pretzel Rods
3. Mummy Mickey Mouse Crispy Treats
The Mummy Mickey Mouse Crispy Treats from Eighteen 25 are about the cutest things I’ve ever seen! Plus I’ve never met a marshmallow dessert I didn’t like… 😉
4. Mickey And Minnie Halloween Cookies
5. Halloween Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Rolls
The Halloween Mickey Mouse Cinnamon Rolls from Pixie Dust Savings would be a perfect breakfast for Halloween morning… I mean, the more sugar the better, right?!?
6. Evil Queen’s Punch
Thirsty after a long night of Trick or Treating? Wash that candy down with The Evil Queen’s Punch, from Brie Brie Blooms. Yum!
7. Vampire Mickey Cookies
8. Cinderella’s Pumpkin Cuties
In case you feel just plain sugar-ed out this Halloween, here are some healthy Pumpkin Cuties, courtesy of Fabulously Frugal. Cinderella’s carriage has never been yummier!
What is your favorite Disney Halloween craft idea? We can’t wait to see what BOO-tiful things you make! Be sure to use #picturethemagic for a chance to be featured on our instagram! Happy crafting!