10 Items to Make Your Very Own Disney Halloween

With Halloween on the horizon, I’m excited for the cooler days of Autumn, and all of the seasonal decor that comes with it. As an avid Disney fan, I love to see how they decorate their parks for the season and all of their special Halloween events. This year Disney is shaking things up with a new After Hours Book Bash event which is currently ongoing from August 10 through October 31st. If you can’t travel to the Disney Parks in person, here are ten items to make a very Disney Halloween in your own home.

Disney Halloween Sneakers – $69.95

These Disney Halloween sneakers have an eye-catching design and look so comfortable too. Strut your stuff in these sneakers decorated with Mickey-shaped pumpkins, candy apples, ghosts, and more. These shoes have a lightweight design with breathable mesh fabric for a snug and cozy fit.

 

Haunted Mansion Phone Case – $25.00

Where are all my Haunted Mansion fans at? Patty from Pixie Designs has created such a cool phone case for iPhone users that displays the 999 haunts of this notable ride. “Grim Grinning Ghosts” will definitely be out to socialize with this Foolish Mortal design.

Pumkpin Mouse Mug – $18.00

Polka Dot Pixie Company has created a colorful Boo To you Parade-inspired design with this seasonal mug. This ceramic mug features sketched pumpkins, candy corn, fall leaves, and candy apples. All the things I love about the Autumn season!

Halloweentown and Chill Shirt – $17.65

I don’t know about you, but it’s my annual ritual to watch Halloweentown every year. It’s one of my favorite Disney Channel Original Halloween movies and this design by Sparkle Outfit Store perfectly encapsulates the overall theme of the movie. It also features the giant jack-o-lantern in the town square that fans know and love.

Spoooooky Enamel Pin – $10.00

If enamel pins are more of your thing, check out this “Spoooooky” design pin from Galactic Co. It features a classic Mickey-shaped ghost hovering over Sleeping Beauty’s Castle with a glittery purple sky in the background. It will give any outfit or handbag that special spooktacular flair!

Happy Haunts Face Mask – $9.99

In need of a new face mask?  Why not don this Happy Haunts-themed facial covering by Park Candy? This design comes in purple and black colors with drawings of the famous Madame Leota and her ghostly friends from beyond. This colorful mask will be sure to strike a chord in any Disney fan.

“I Smell Children” Candle – $10.00 (on sale now)

It’s all just a bunch of hocus pocus with Apothecary 55’s “I Smell Children” themed candle.  This candle has a blend of watering tones of freshly pulled saltwater taffy in its scent.  A candle that is perfect for your sweet tooth and makes you want to get a special treat instantly!

The Nightmare Before Christmas Tea Blend – $6-24

The pumpkin king would absolutely delight in this The Nightmare Before Christmas tea blend created at Adagio Teas. With flavors of  Black Tea, Oolong Tea, Cinnamon, Ginger, and more this tea has an overall nutty taste per its reviews. Why not try a cuppa of this cozy tea?

Mouse Head Candy Dish – $19.99+

Looking for a candy dish for Halloween candy? Look no further than SteevilLabs candy corn Mickey-themed dish. It also acts as a planter for succulents or a colorful decoration for your work space. Its bright design makes me reminiscent of all my favorite Halloween treats and it comes in a variety of sizes.

Oogie Boogie Window Decal – $5.50+

Well, well, well what have we here? Oogie Boogie is making a special stop at your humble abode with this spooky decal design by BlackSheepCreationss. Oogie Boogie can greet special visitors from the window of your home or within the walls of your humble abode.

Are you getting any of these for your spooky season decor? 


About Rachel Moulden

My name is Rachel and I love to create stories. When I’m not writing stories or for my book blog, Life of a Female Bibliophile or for you can find me jamming out to new K-pop tunes, watching anime, making crafts, or indulging in a good cup of coffee. I love to chat about all things pop culture.

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