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Disney Girl: Celebrating Halloween… Disney-Style!

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By the time this is posted, there will be 3 DAYS left until HALLOWEEN!!!  So you can enjoy the few days that are left of this holiday season, I’ll be putting together some polls, Disney-Halloween traditions and also other posts from this very blog.  For me,  Halloween is a big deal and is about celebrating with your friends.  So, let’s celebrate Halloween this year Disney-Style!



In my family, we have Disney-Halloween decorations throughout certain parts of the house.  When my family and I go to Walt Disney World®, it’s usually around autumn so we get all the Halloween merch from the parks and stores!   We keep those out from September 1st til the middle of  November!  So for me it’s a mix- Disney isn’t a HUGE part of our Halloween decorations but accents are there.   But what about you?

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Walt Disney World  holds  Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party® every year and I have the most fun there then I ever do when I am at the parks.   If you’ve never gone, I suggest that you do!  At the party you can dress up,  see special parades,  meet & greets, fireworks, go trick- or-treating, plus much more! Click here to learn more about it! 

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As I mentioned in this post last year, I’ve always wanted to dress up as Belle (from Beauty and the Beast) in her blue dress and apron on Halloween.   This year my wish is finally coming true!   A good friend of mine made it for me and I’m very excited to show it off!   But it isn’t the first time I’ve dressed as a Disney character… I was Jasmine from Aladdin when I was 4, Candace from Phineas and Ferb when I was 8 and this year Belle!   In the future, I’d like to dress as these characters: Vanellope VonShweets,  Minnie Mouse (1928 style) and also Anna in her coronation dress (I’m sure I’m forgetting other ones).   If you don’t like to dress up, you can Disneybound for a simple and fast costume that will look great! (That would also be great to do at the MNSSHP) Take this poll to let me know what you dress as:

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Another fun way to decorate your home is with artwork!   You can draw The Nightmare Before Christmas scenes and whatever your imagination comes up with!   Also Disney themed jack-o-lanterns or painted pumpkins on your porch really add the extra effect.   Make some tasty treats and watch a Halloween movie with friends and family!

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Here are some other Halloween blog posts from this site! I’d love it for you to check them out!:

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party: A Photo Essay

Video: Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2013 at Walt Disney World

Top Ten Disney: Disney Halloween Movies and Shorts 

Finding Disney: When Do You Start?

Top 5  Sleepy Hollow Things WDW Should Add to the Parks

Adventure Into The World of Yesterday, Tomorrow and Fantasy: Disney Tip #73

Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party: A Review & Trip Report


That’s it for today!   I hope this post helps you with your Halloween planning and maybe even give you ideas for your own parties!   If you go on Pinterest and search any of the things I’ve talked about, you can get great inspiration.   But before I leave, tell me: What are your Halloween-Disney traditions?  Do you create Disney pumpkins, dress up as your favorite character or go to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party?  Do you decorate with Disney merchandise, artwork or make Disney treats?  Anymore thoughts or questions? Tell me in the comments below I’d LOVE to hear from you!

Thanks for listening and have a SPOOK-TACULAR HALLOWEEN! – Ruby 8:)

Ruby is a twelve year old Disney fan, and she credits her mom with starting her early love of Disney. In addition to her enthusiasm for Disney, Ruby enjoys singing and writing. She will be reviewing Disney-related topics that are of interest to younger Disney fans—and their parents and grandparents!