A Disney Halloween

I know, I know.  It’s only August and here I am writing about Halloween.  In my defense, I started seeing black crows and skulls in stores back around the fourth of July.  Last year we had the extreme pleasure of attending Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at Disney and it was one of our most memorable Disney events yet!!  Since I’ve had a few Disney autograph books come through my etsy store with requests for Halloween Party pages and Halloween covers, I thought it high time to share a little roundup here on the blog…
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You can find a recap of our night at Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party 2013 here.  We went in Monsters University gear last year and I’ve been plotting and scheming (and begging and pleading too) about our 2014 costumes with Mother for about a month already.

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You can read about our very own Not So Scary Halloween Supper + We’re Going to Disney announcement here.  And I have the entire set of printables listed in my etsy store!


You can see how we made our Mickey Halloween tie dye shirts here. These are not for the faint at heart :-)  I have since determined that three well placed rubber bands will do the trick and that the whole dental floss thing is overrated.

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And you can purchase Halloween colored Disney autograph books in my etsy store here!!  If you don’t want a whole Halloween themed book, you can always add a section for the Not So Scary Halloween Party by ordering the Deluxe version of my regular books.

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Now, I guess it’s time I get my brain back to the back-to-school mode.  Halloween will be here before we know it and that means our little Disney trip will too!!!!

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3 thoughts on “A Disney Halloween

  1. Such a fun trip! And yes, the Christmas stuff is even out. eeccckkk!! Can't wait to see what your "theme" will be this year. An easy tie dye, the girls always used the spray tie dye stuff you get at Hobby Lobby. We used them for tons of sports team t-shirts. A little pricey, but easy to use!

  2. You need to go to Fort Wilderness Campground. This is our favorite campground. Sooooooo many campsites are decorated for Halloween. The closer to Halloween the more campsites are decorated. Also, you can go to the campfire with Chip and Dale. The only cost is for the smores kit if you want to make them. Christmas time is another great time to see decorated campsites. Have fun.


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