15 Ways to Decorate for Halloween with Disney

Yesterday was officially the first day of fall, and with that, it feels right to start hanging the Halloween decor, even though it’s still September. Or even if you’re not eager to get out the pumpkins this week, it will give you some ideas to start planning your decor once the calendar officially turns to October. If you have kids though, you may want to think about skipping anything to spooky and scary, and go for more of a fun and whimsical theme instead. How about a little bit of Disney? Disney for Halloween, you ask? Of course! Click through to see 15 ways you can decorate for Halloween, with your favorite pals from Disney!

  • Mickey and Minnie Hallowen Wreath

    Greet guests to your magical castle with this beautifully crafted Mickey and Minnie inspired Halloween wreath. Adorned with a Minnie Mouse Pirate Queen and Mickey as Captain Hook, pumpkins, and shiny ornaments add a beautifully spooky touch to this wreath. Click through for 15 more ideas on how to decorate for Halloween with Disney!

    Sparkle For Your Castle Disney Halloween Wreath

  • Poison Apples Printable

    This free printable from Less Cake More Frosting adds just the right amount of spooky to Halloween, with a nod to the Wicked Queen from Snow White. In a chic black and white color scheme, it will be a perfect addition to any Halloween decor, and would look stunning sitting on a mantle.

    Printable from Less Cake More Frosting

  • DIY Not So Scary Hallowen Mickey

    Using just some cheesecloth and Styrofoam, you can create this totally cute and totally not scary Mickey Mouse decoration for your home. Full instructions and cute styling included.

    DIY Mickey Ears from Crissy Crafts

  • Mickey Mouse Ghosts

    My kids personally love to decorate our front windows to show off our Halloween spirit for the whole neighborhood to see. They would love this idea of adding Mickey Mouse ears to little ghost cut outs and sticking them on the windows.

    Halloween Window from Mousetales Travel

  • White Mickey Pumpkins

    The Celebration Shoppe posted this clever idea of adding mouse ears to any ordinary white pumpkin, by using mini white pumpkins. Both available at pumpkin patches and grocery stores all over the country, this would be the perfect front porch decoration to let your neighbors and guests know you’re the ultimate Disney fan.

    The Celebration Shoppe

  • Nightmare Before Christmas Themed Party

    Polish the Stars used the Nightmare Before Christmas as a theme for a birthday party, but this decor could easily be used for Halloween as well, or better yet, a Halloween birthday party! My favorite part is the addition of Jack’s dog Zero as a bit of hanging decor.

    Polish the Stars Nightmare Before Christmas Party

  • Personalized Disney Hanging Wall Sign

    This cute wooden sign adorned with a bit of glitter and Mickey ears, makes the perfect front door sign, or can be hung on any wall in your house or placed on your mantle. Add your name for a personalized touch.

    Mickey Sign via Diamond Dust Designs

  • Jack Skellington Pillow

    Pillows are one of my favorite ways to decorate and add touches of personalized style to any room. Make your couch or bed festive for Halloween with this Jack Skellington pillow in a striking white and black color scheme. Other faces and colors also available.

    CanisPicta pillow

  • Mickey Mouse Boo Figure by Jim Shore

    Fully-sculpted and hand painted, this special Mickey Mouse decor piece will look great in a special place in baby’s room or sitting on top of your mantle for the whole family to enjoy. I love the classic Disney font spelling out Boo!

    Boo Figure by Disney Store

  • Disney Hanging Yard Sign

    Disney Hanging Yard Sign

    I love the look of festive and cheerful yard signs which rotate out with the seasons and holidays, and this one is no exception. Mickey and friends take a trip to the haunted mansion on Halloween and meet up with all sorts of spooky characters!

  • Minnie Mouse Plush Toy

    Dressed in the modest of witch costumes, this super cute and cuddly Minnie Mouse plush is the perfect way to add some Halloween decor to your sofa or in baby';s nursery. Keep it as a piece of decor or even let baby play with it. She’s too cute to be spooky!

    Minnie Mouse Plush

  • Haunted Mansion Halloween Door Hanger

    This glow in the dark 2 sided banner, designed in the theme of the Haunted Mansion wicked wallpaper, is a delightful entrance piece to welcome, or ward off ghoulish friends on Halloween night.

    Mickey Mouse Door Hanger

  • Tinker Bell Jack O' Lantern by Jim Shore

    You don’t often think of Tinker Bell with Halloween, but leave it to artist Jim Shore to combine the two in a decor piece that is both charming and holiday appropriate. Fully-sculpted and hand painted, this piece will be one you and your family will treasure for years to come.

    Tinker Bell Hallowen Decor

  • Haunted Mansion Hourglass

    Haunted Mansion Hourglass

    Count down the hours to spook night with this enchanting Haunted Mansion hourglass. Lavender sand and ghoulish figures make this a spectacular display piece that will entrance even the fussiest of toddlers.

  • Mickey Mouse Halloween Ornaments

    Crafted in four spookily cute designs including spider, bat, ghost and pumpkin, this 4 piece ornament set can be hung anywhere in the house for a dashing dose of Disney Halloween style.

    4 Piece Mickey Mouse Halloween Ornament Set

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