Disney Crafts - Creating Disney Magic at Home
Our Disney craft ideas range from Star Wars to classic Mickey and everything in between. If for some reason you don't find something in this crafts roundup that you think your family will like, you can always search "crafts" on our blog's homepage HERE.
Disney Games to Play at Home
In addition to a Disney craft roundup, we have other ideas for keeping kids entertained at home listed below. We have lots of fun, free Disney games to play at home, and our most popular are the "Would You Rather" games. All you need is a printer and you can download these games and have a family night.
Our classic, Disney Would You Rather game can provide endless fun when you're gathered together as a family. Just print off the sheets and start learning more about each other with the questions provided.
Print off 30 unique Pixar questions and learn more about each other during a fun family game night! Use this Pixar Would You Rather game as a boredom buster, or to break up any homeschool you might be doing during social distancing.
You've got a friend in me! But which one is it? Play this Pixar Pal game to find out who is your Pixar Best Friend Forever. We love these origami games since they remind us of being kids ourselves. Did you used to call these "cootie catchers?"
Our popular Would You Rather game is back in Super Hero form! Print out the questions and find out which Super Hero perks or weaknesses you'd rather have.
One more time, we offer up a Would You Rather game, but this one for Star Wars fans. There are 41 questions so you can use The Force to choose between your favorite droids, where you'd like to live and who you'd rather fight in an epic battle.
Remember when Finding Nemo came out and we all fell in love with his loyal friend, Dory? Well, this I Spy games is based on everyone's favorite blue fish! This Finding Dory I Spy game is like having a portable, contained aquarium at your fingertips.
Star Wars Crafts
If you haven't yet experienced Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance at Disneyland, why not get a taste of it at home? This Star Wars printable gives a sneak peek of this amazing new ride at the Disneyland Resort. Just print and fold the fortune teller to go on an imaginary ride with the Resistance as they face off against the First Order.
Have you heard of a little guy people are calling Baby Yoda? We understand he's just a little bit popular these days. Well, you can have your very own little Baby Yoda to keep you company with this printable origami craft.
If your kids are into playing dress up, they'll love these Princess Leia ears. We love that they're so fluffy, and that they're actually clips. Sometimes the classic Minnie ear headbands hurt our heads after a while, but these will let us play Star Wars all day long!
If you're saving up for your next vacation to visit Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, you can make this Chewbacca Bank, or the Yoda Bank we have linked below. Either one is a fun way to keep busy, and then save in style. We love how simple the Chewbacca craft is! All you need are a few pieces of fabric, a jar and some glue.
Print the Star Wars Yoda bank template and get folding! Encourage the kids to not only get crafty, but to save their money to put towards an out-of-this-world souvenir when you visit Galaxy's Edge.
We're not sure if you've subscribed to Disney+, but in response to the temporary closures of many public places, Disney released Frozen 2 on its streaming service EARLY! We're psyched to have Frozen 2 on a constant loop so we can venture into the unknown with a great soundtrack. Check out our popular Frozen crafts linked below.
We know Elsa doesn't use a wand to make it snow, but sometimes we regular humans need a little help performing magic. And what little kid doesn't love having a magic wand for every day use? Follow this easy Elsa wand tutorial and let it snow!
It might be spring already where you live, but we're based in Utah and that means we can still expect some snow for a few more weeks! No matter the weather, you can capture the beauty of a winter wonderland with this Frozen snow globe craft that's perfect for all ages.
Create plays at home or just act out Frozen 2 in its entirety with these Frozen finger puppets. Fun for the whole family!
With Easter fast-approaching, give it a Frozen twist with these eggs inspired by Kristoff's troll family. They're too cute to crack!
Mickey and Minnie Crafts
If your go-to style is a pony tail, make it even cuter with a Minnie Mouse scrunchie! Minnie always accessorizes with a bow, and now you can, too.
If you're looking for some relaxation, whip up your own Mickey bath bombs! These can make a great science experiment for the whole family.
Add to your dress-up bin with this easy tulle skirt tutorial. You'll love shaking your poms poms!
Your new pom pom tulle skirt wouldn't be complete without some hair accessories! Make these Minnie Mouse ears and take a walk around the neighborhood to show them off this spring.
Nothing like some old-school tie dye fun in the sun! Learn how to get a Mickey design on your tie dye shirt with our tutorial.
Everyone's favorite piece of (not!) trash comes to life with this easy Forky DIY. If you'd like, you could also use this Forky tutorial to make Forky some friends.
Hands down, this is our most popular ears tutorial! Jessie is the rootin-est, tootin-est cowgirl in the wild wild west. Make you own Toy Story ears with this DIY.
Make your own customizable Mr. Potato Head without the mess! This printable game combines the classic Mr. Potato Head toy with a bit of adventure; you don't know what you'll spin next!
Did the slime craze hit your family? Not only is making slime a great way to pass the time, but once it's done your kids will be entertained with this glitter slime variation. Try not to get stuck on this project for too long *wink wink*.
If you have Toy Story fans in your house, they'll love this Piggy Bank! Save up for your next vacation with this a-pork-able Hamm bank. Just print, cut and fold.
Other Disney Crafts to do at Home
Again with the slime! Yes, we promise this is a winner! You'll love this bright green slime, and the printable label that goes with it.
Make matching tees for the whole family with our free Incredibles design! Just because you have no where to go doesn't mean you can't look great!
Have you taken a vacation recently? If so, you probably have a lot of photos that need printing! Why not turn them into photo coasters with our easy DIY?
Get the kids outside to play with Super Hero shields! Order a few Frisbees from Amazon, add our free printable designs and you're good to go.
Have you watched the Descendants on Disney+ yet? Brush up on the characters and then play this game with the whole family.
We all know that when we travel, eating can be one of the best parts of the whole vacation! Luckily, we have some experts who have recreated a number of Disney recipes so you can enjoy some of your favorite Disney foods at home. Check out our roundup of delicious Disney recipes that are perfect parties, movie nights or maybe just breakfast.
We love this yummy Star Wars inspired breakfast, and we're sure you will, too! With fresh fruits and popping bobas, it's a fun intergalactic recipe to try.
If you love pop tarts, try making your own with some Pixar flair! We love this copycat Disney recipe, which you can adapt for your family's taste. Fill with fruit, chocolate, cinnamon and sugar or anything that sounds good.
Have you ever make cake pops before? They are pretty simple, and you can give them a Disney twist by making them look like the iconic Pixar Ball.
Did you know when you ride Incredicoaster you can get a whiff of Jack-Jack's favorite cookie? And with our copycat Num Nums recipe you can fill your own home with the sweet, chocolatey aroma.
It's never the wrong season for ice cream! Make some simple ice cream cones a little more exciting by giving them a Monsters, Inc vibe.
If you visited Disneyland during the Holidays, you may have tried the amazing hot cocoa marshmallow macaron. If not, you can recreate it at home! Order some ready-made macarons and embellish them using our easy tutorial.
Everyone loves rice krispie treats, so why not whip some up and transform them for your one millionth viewing of Frozen 2?
There's nothing we love more than a semi-homemade cookie recipe. Use store bought cookies to create Olaf, everyone's favorite snowman.
The perfect pairing of salty and sweet, Disney chocolate covered bacon makes a great dessert (we won't tell if you make it for breakfast, though!). Try this copycat Disney recipe asap.
Star Wars Themed Foods
We love all the Star Wars movies and shows on Disney+! Next time you stream something from the franchise, add one of our Star Wars recipes to the experience.
Did you get a chance to try Blue Milk at Galaxy's Edge in the last year? If you haven't tasted it, or if you're craving another sip, follow our Blue Milk recipe.
Serve up some Green Milk next time you need a refreshing drink! You can enjoy it by itself, or mix it with our copycat Blue Milk recipe linked above. Which one is your favorite?
Can you even handle this cute cookie? Don't worry, there's nothing fuzzy about them except the name. These chocolatey, creamy sandwich cookies are a great after-school snack, or after dinner dessert. Plus, having the kids help you bake them can count for science or home economics!
Perhaps one of our easiest recipes, this Star Wars snack mix is perfect for your night viewing party at home. We often come up with recipes that you can customize for your family's tastes, and this snack mix recipe is no exception.
Okay, now that your mouth is watering over all the yummy desserts, what's for dinner? How about some copycat Disneyland corn dogs? Make your own hand-dipped corn dogs using this recipe.
These french fries can count as dinner since they're piled high with lots of toppings! We love this Disney Springs copycat recipe.
Disney Churros Recipes
Make your own Churro toffee at home using our copycat recipe.
How could we offer a Disney recipe roundup without including churros? Well, we can't! We have a few different options linked here. Try them all!
Disneyland DOLE WHIP Recipes
What's the number one dessert at Disneyland? It's probably a tie between churros and Dole Whip. We have a classic Dole Whip recipe linked here, as well as a Dole Whip donut recipe. They're both so good, we won't make you choose between them.
We hope that during this time spent at home, your family can create Disney magic with some of these ideas. We also hope you'll pin this article and keep it around for a rainy day, during Spring Break vacation or even just over the weekend. We love sharing our Disney recipes, Disney games and Disney crafts with you and will work on continuing to offer ideas for entertaining kids at home!
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