The holidays are here, and it’s time to get decorating! If you’re looking for some fun, new Disney DIYs to add to your display, we’ve got you covered. And that’s why we’re celebrating with a Deck the Halls #DisneyWeekend. Be sure to share all of your Disney-inspired holiday decor by tagging @DisneyFamily on Instagram and using the hashtag #DisneyWeekend.
DIY Holiday Wreaths
The front porch is the first thing guests see when they arrive, so make sure to decorate your front door with a festive DIY wreath. Need some Disney-inspired ideas? Keep scrolling to see some of our favorites.
With Ralph Breaks the Internet in theaters now, we thought we’d let our favorite Sugar Rush driver, Vanellope von Schweetz, inspire our latest Disney DIY. Learn how to make your own, complete with candy details and a licorice bow, and give your home a merry makeover.
For the family that loves Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, this wreath will be the centerpiece of it all. Hang Jack on the front door, or inside on a main wall.
Covered in holiday ornaments, seashells, and metallic garland, this wreath so a-DORY-ble you’ll want to keep it up all year.
Ready to sit cozy by the fireplace? Here are some of our favorite ways to add some festive flair above your holiday stockings.
For a kid-friendly activity, this craft is the perfect way to add some cheer to your mantel. And if you look closely, these mini trees are decorated with their very own miniature Mickey Holiday string lights!
Help make the season bright with a little inspiration from some of your favorite princesses! With dazzling designs themed to Ariel, Belle, and Cinderella, these Mini Disney Princess Trees will bring extra magic to your little one’s room this season.
For the Tree
We love making something new for the tree each year, and theses DIYs are some of our most heart-warming.
This whimsical take on a tree topper reminds us that adventure is out there — even in our own home. With just a few materials, you can bring the magic of Up to your Christmas tree, too!
All you need is faith, trust, and a little pixie dust to craft your own holiday tree topper inspired by Peter Pan.
All Winter Long
Decor you can keep up long into January? Check!
This holiday season, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow with a flurry of paper snowflakes embellished with hidden Mickeys.
We can’t wait to see what your family creates this season! Be sure to share by tagging @DisneyFamily on Instagram!
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