A Few Final Activities For Your Stay-At-Home Halloween
Because its 2020, we all have permission to slack a little bit this Halloween. But if you’re finding that you under planned and are looking for a way to kick your Halloween celebrations up a notch, we’ve got you covered. From awesome stencil carving templates to some last minute costume inspiration let’s make this a slightly unconventional Halloween to remember.
If you’re Halloween pumpkin still needs to be prepped then you’ll love these easy to use stencils from Disney! You’ll find Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Jack Skellington and more! Just print out the stencils, grab some paint and you’ll be on your way to making a magical pumpkin creation.
You can get the download here. – disney_magic_moments_pumpkin_carving_templates
Baby Yoda Pumpkin Cutout
Did you check out the first episode of The Mandalorian season 2? If not definitely head over to Disney+ and make it a weekend priority. And you can also celebrate the always loveable Baby Yoda with this downloadable cutout to create your very own “The Child” pumpkin! – The_Child_Pumpkin_Template
There’s also still plenty of time to decorate! shopDisney.com and the Disney Store have come up with a Disney Halloween Banner project that is super easy and quick t put together. You can find the patterns here – disney_magic_moments_halloween_time_banner
Quick Tip: May a rainbow of scary Halloween loveliness by usings lots of different types of collared paper for your garland!
If you’re look for a fun quick way to keep the kids entertained, this spot-the-difference activity is positively perfect! Just print out the template here – Disney-HalloMoments-_-Haunted-Image-Game
Recipe: Ursula’s Octopus Cupcakes
Whip up a last-minute sweet treat with these Ursula-inspired Halloween cupcakes!
- Batch of cupcakes
- Buttercream frosting
- Round lollipops
- Gummy worms
- Kitchen scissors
- Mini chocolate chips
Cutting should be done by an adult.
- Frost the cupcakes.
- For each octopus, insert the stick of a lollipop into the center of a cupcake so that the candy rests just above the frosting (if the stick is too long, trim it first).
- Use the kitchen scissors to snip two gummy worms in half to create four equal lengths. Then carefully snip each piece in half lengthwise to end up with eight legs.
- Press the tops of the legs into the frosting around the lollipop and arrange the ends so that they curve and dangle over the edge of the cupcake.
- For eyes, use the tip of a toothpick to place two small blobs of frosting at the base of the lollipop and then press in two mini chocolate chips, tips down.
Here at MickeyBlog, we can’t think of a better way to wind down the night then by streaming the beloved not-so-spooky film Halloweentown which is available on Disney+. This film is an absolutely classic in my family The film tells the story of Marnie who on here 13th birthday learns that she’s a witch and discovers a secret portal and is transported to Halloweentown- a magical place where ghosts and ghouls, witches and werewolves live apart from the human world. Soon enough Marnie gets wrapped into a world of wicked warlocks, evil curses and endless surprises.
If you are looking for last-minute inspiration, check how fans of Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, or 20th Century are celebrating their Halloween at home, and tag #DisneyHalloMoments on Instagram to join the fun.
As always, be sure to stay safe this Halloween by following some simply guidelines. Check out National Geographic’s Tips on How to Trick or Treat Safely this year.
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