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Disney Holiday Crafts To Enjoy

disney holiday craftsThere are millions of Disney lovers out there in the world, and I am one of them. If you are creative, you will be looking for some Disney Holiday Crafts to keep you and your kids busy during the holidays, so here are some ideas for DIY holiday crafts and some of the best Disney Crafts that you can buy online.

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First of all, why would you want to even do crafts? Well here are six great reasons why you should enjoy a crafty hobby like these diy holiday crafts.

  1. Stress Relief – Making something with your hands is proven to have a positive effect on sufferers of stress and anxiety.
  2. Togetherness – It’s a great excuse to get the family together, or to enjoy doing something with your friends.
  3. Self Expression – Making something is a great way to express yourself without having to talk about it.
  4. Happiness – Making something with your own hands is guaranteed to improve your mood.
  5. Physical Health – Studies have shown that those who did creative writing or creative hobbies were able to produce more lymphocytes to fight diseased cells than those who didn’t.
  6. Helping With Mental Diseases – Alzheimer’s patients struggle to express themselves effectively. However, the side of the brain associated with creativity is unaffected, therefore Alzheimer’s’ patients can express themselves through art. This has made an incredible impact on the lives and wellbeing of sufferers and their families.

Disney Holiday Crafts

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The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook: From Delicious Dole Whip to Tasty Mickey Pretzels, 100 Magical Disney-Inspired Recipes (Unofficial Cookbook)

With The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook, you can bring the magic of Disneyland and Walt Disney World snacks and treats right to your home. Recreate favorites like the classic Dole Whip and Mickey Pretzels to new favorites like blue milk from Star Wars land and Jack Jack’s Cookie Num Nums from Pixar Pier.

There are 100 recipes inspired by iconic yummies that are perfect whether you are a forever Disney fan or just love a good snack. Now you can feel as if you shared a snack with Mickey himself right from the comfort of your own home!

This is a great idea for getting together in the kitchen for some DIY holiday crafts.

Dimensions Pluto Christmas Stocking Counted Cross Stitch Kit for Beginners, 14 Count White Aida Cloth, 10”L

  • This embroidery kit includes 14 count white Aida fabric, pre-sorted cotton floss, red felt, (1) needle, (1) pattern, and easy to follow instructions with an alphabet chart for personalizing
  • Cross stitch stocking measures 10” L (Measured from top corner to the lower edge of the toe diagonally).
  • Disney’s Pluto is here to wish you happy holidays! This cross stitch stocking features a joyous Pluto wearing a comfy Christmas sweater and holding his favorite treat, a dog bone!
  • Get the hang of cross stitch in no time with the easy-to-follow instructions!
  • Display your stocking on the mantle or on the stair railing so Santa can fill them with gifts and treats!

Disney Toy Story Woody 3D Wood Puzzle & Model Figure Kit (32 Pcs) – Build & Paint Your Own 3-D Movie Toy – Holiday Educational Gift for Kids & Adults, No Glue Required, 8+ 

  • The IncrediBuilds Disney Pixar Toy Story Woody Book and 3D Wood Model Figure Kit feature a do-it-yourself, paintable, customizable, and collectible 3-D wooden model based on the beloved animated movie!
  • The set includes an informative 32-page booklet of character images and facts—including Toy Story 4—as well as craft ideas to help bring your vision to life!
  • The patented puzzle interlocking joint technology creates a solid, free-standing wood model and comes with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions – No glue or tools necessary!
  • Makes a great gift! Toy Story fans of all ages can explore their creativity with endless possibilities for customization!
  • Made of eco-friendly, FSC certified wood. Age: 8+. Pieces: 32. Skill Level: Intermediate. Assembled measurements: 2.52 x 2.27 x 5.67 inches

Disney’s Christmas Crafts for Kids: More Than 75 Festive Ideas for Making Decorations, Wrappings, and Gifts

This book of crafts by The Vanessa-Ann Collection contains more than 75 projects for ornaments, presents, banners, and stockings. It includes full-color photos and full-size patterns.

“This is a terrific book! The crafts shown inside are not Disney-related, and most of them are useful gifts like pencil holders and bird feeders, etc. — not just things that sit there looking pretty and gathering dust. Great for kids and adults of all ages and budgets of all sizes.”

Disney Holiday Crafts for Kids

How To Make Mouse Ears

Try these ears if your kids love Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse.

First, take some cardboard and draw some Mickey or Minnie Mouse ears onto it. Then let the kids take some of these craft pom poms and stick them on the drawn ears, closely together with some wood glue. Once dry, you can then cut them out and stick them onto an Alice band.

How To Make Frozen Cup Cakes

Another thing you could try is to let the kids bake some cupcakes with you. Next, decorate them with white icing. Let the kids make little Olaf snowmen by putting two white marshmallows one on top of the other with a toothpick. You can now get creative here, for example using pretzels as arms, licorice, or smarties as eyes or use a non-toxic pen to draw the eyes and mouth. Then you could even try and make a carrot nose with craft icing. Put these cute little snowmen on top of your cupcakes and voila you have Frozen Cup Cakes.

Here are some more Disney Holiday Crafts and Embellishments the kids will love from Amazon.

Dress It Up 7926 Disney Button & Embellishments, Holiday Candies

These Disney Character novelty button embellishments are great to make Decorations and Christmas cards.

You could also let the kids decorate their jewelry boxes or mirrors with these.

The buttons are shanked and there are 12 pieces in the pack.

The sizes range from 3/4 to 7/8 inches wide.

Warning, though, don’t give this to children under the age of three, as it could be a choking hazard.

There are also various other Disney Characters available in store.

“Oh my goodness! These buttons are absolutely adorable. I used them on bows I made for October/ Halloween. My girls loved them and were very excited to see me add them as a detail on the bows I made. Great quality. The size and color were also really nice. Perfect for what I needed and I got just what I thought I was ordering but better. They are so cute!”

Jesse James (2-Pack) Dress It Up Buttons Disney Christmas Collection #8236 Holiday Heads 8236-2P

These dress-it-up embellishments can be used by crafters for dimensional accents on just about anything.

Embellishments may vary from the ones you see as the packs are mixed according to themes.

These are also great to use on clothing.

Once again a choking hazard for children under 3.

Frozen Party Decoration Set and Supplies with Hanging Snowflake and Paper Lanterns

Another excellent Frozen product.

This set has 10 assorted-sized blue and white glittering snowflakes and 2 white Lanterns.

The lanterns are made of tissue paper and the snowflakes are made of foam.

To hang simply tie the supplied fish-line onto a branch of the snowflake.

“Soooo great. The snowflakes exceeded my expectations. I used them for a “frozen/Elsa” party. Warning – glitter will get everywhere while you are handling them. They are worth it. They were a really nice size. I was a little taken back by the price at first but once I got them and saw their size and quality I realized it was well worth it. I had bought bug Elsa balloons also thinking I would need them to fill in but I never used them. These were all I needed. I used 4 in my entry and the rest in my dining room and it was plenty to fill the space. I had also purchased small 4″ snowflake “ornaments” that I hung around the rest of the house went perfectly with it.”

Hope you all have fun with these Disney Holiday Crafts.

Please let me know what you all made by commenting below.

21 thoughts on “Disney Holiday Crafts To Enjoy”

  1. One of my nieces favorite things from Disney has always been their coloring books. She has 2 right now and it is just a great hobby. She is someone that enjoys to color. She tends to color things out of the ordinary. Every character a different color from original. I will definetly be looking forward to getting the mickey mouse club arts and crafts set for her.

  2. Both my 2 daughters are Disney fanatics – I think they inherited this from me as I was obsessed with it too when I was a child. These recommendations are fantastic! On top of the excellent craft products, I’ve been hoping to make my kids more active in the kitchen and starting out with these frozen cupcakes is just perfect! If you happen to find any other culinary or baking oriented Disney-themed products, I hope you can let me know. Thank you so much for sharing.

  3. I know some people say that disney is for kids but you can be grown and still crazy about disney. Those are some cool arts and craft items. I have siblings who love disney and this is something right up there alley. Im going to look into that some more. Do you draw?

  4. It’s going to be so much fun doing this craft stuff with my future children. Actually I might not even have to wait until then. My boyfriend is so in love with Disney that he might want to do these crafts now! Haha.
    But really, I’ve always been artsy so I look forward to doing this type of stuff in the future.

  5. Who doesn’t love Disney World, and I hope one day with God’s will I can get to go there.

    This art and craftwork can provide hours of fun for children and adults alike. I believe that art and crafts can also help in developing young minds. A sort of brain exercise mixed with a fun activity.

    You get the best of both worlds working with your children spending that quality time together, getting brain exercise and happy fun all at the same time. 

    Thanks so much for sharing.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Norman. 

      I agree, who doesn’t enjoy taking part in something crafty, and if it’s good for your brain at the same time, why not? 

  6. I have to confess that I love Disney too. Even more so after we visited Disneyland Paris. We all had a wonderful time during the 5 days we were there, though it was very cold. 

    I used to go to the Disney shop a lot when my first grandchildren were small, for clothes as well as toys. I love Disney films. Even though they are children’s films they are much better than many meant for adults.

    Crafts for children and adults alike are really good, especially during this Pandemic that has made so many suffer from anxiety. Crafts can really help with that and you have such a lovely selection to choose from.

    Loved the post, thank you.

  7. Hi Michel, 

    Thanks for this interesting post all about Disney crafts. Doing crafts does bring a sense of satisfaction from seeing something you have created with your own hands. It is neat when you can follow a theme like Disney. 

    All the best when you take your trip to Disney! Put on your walking shoes, for you will have plenty of walking to do to see everything!

  8. A fascinating article reminds me of the first coloring book where the girl was wearing a beautiful dress, and on the other side, there was a black and white drawing that she had to paint herself, nostalgia. But while I was a child, we still had the Soviet Union, and we had very few such beautiful things, or they were very different. I had a classmate who was sent a coloring book from abroad, and she allowed me to look at it occasionally but not paint it. I felt like I was in the seventh heaven then. What still caught my eye in your article was the cross-stitch embroidery kit, a fascinating craft exercise for kids.

    1. I simply love doing cross stitch and it is one of my favorite crafts to do.

      Thanks for sharing your memories. I also remember loving the Disney princesses growing up and also coloring them in.

  9. My children love Disney and now so do my grandchildren.
    Crafts are most certainly great for improving health and mental health issues.
    My daughter will love the Frozen Party decorations for her daughter’s birthday party.
    Great Site.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Yvonne. I agree and I don’t think that Disney will ever die out. It is just one of those things that people will love forever, and crafting with a Disney Theme is so rewarding.

  10. You have a great site. Who would have thought about Disney crafts as a niche? Your explanation of the benefits of doing crafts for health purposes is excellent. You are correct when you say it improves the overall health of a person. In my personal opinion, I think it definitely works well to destress.

    I wouldn’t mind seeing some more video’s of this being done however, even some of your own would be good.

    1. Thanks Yvonne, 

      Videos are not my favorite thing to do, especially of myself, but I am working on one at the moment.

      Happy crafting.

  11. I know exactly what I am going to do this summer with my girl’s group. They will be on holiday from school and we usually spend a few weeks together. I try to make the activities fun, yet educational, in a light way. I love that cooking craft and the Crafts for Kids book. Thanks for the introduction to these awesome resources.

    1. Enjoy. If they are younger girls, the Disney Princess range has some wonderful crafts that they will love too.

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