Disney DIY Costumes and Projects You Have to Try

I am not afraid to admit that I really love Disney.  Yes, I'm a grown adult that loves Disney.  Honestly, I think it is because of the happy memories I have as a child watching Disney movies.  The excitement of going to Disneyland.  I love it so much, my husband and I went to Disney World on our honeymoon and have been back 3 times since.  So it is safe to say, we enjoy it.  But we can't always be in the parks, that is why I love a good Disney DIY costume, project or craft.

20 easy Disney DIY costumes, projects and crafts you must try.  These simple projects will make your last minute Disney adventure easy and more memorable.

Each time a new Disney movie comes out, as most kids, mine want the new costume or a t-shirt with the character.  That is why I love that I can create Disney DIY costumes so easily and affordably (because I wouldn't want to pay for the "real thing").  We dove in deep and decided to share some of the great DIY ideas we've come up with that we hope you'll enjoy as well.  What's great about these ideas?  Many of them can be figured out last minute right before you head to the park.



A fun tutorial on making a Buzz hat and gloves for your intergalactic hero.


This fun project is great for kids to do alone or with the help of their Disney loving family.  It's also a quick Disney DIY costume.









Having Mickey or Minnie Ears is all part of the adventure.  Get creative with R2D2 ears





Make some simple Disney costumes for those Toy Story loving little ones.





Great for Halloween or birthday parties, or even as a fun pack to take to Disney





Grab this free cut file to create your own really awesome Disney tees.  She's has a bunch of free Disney cut files for different shirts



Make a simple drawstring backpack that is perfect for heading to the parks or just around town to show your Disney pride.





What a fun way to share in your Disney adventure!  Painted rocks are gaining a lot of popularity in communities.  Just be careful at the Disney parks.  They aren't real big fans.


Make a headband for each day at Disney or to wear each day of the week.   These are great if you would rather not have a full Disney costume to carry around all day.






Even Princesses need a new dress, why not sew up this Happily Ever After Dress




What a fun surprise a mermaid tail blanket would be for a little one on their first Disney adventure!









I am in LOVE with these enchanted roses Mickey ears.  They are gorgeous and so unique





Get all those character autographs and then create a fun keepsake book to share photos and autographs from your trip.




This would be a great costume for in the parks.  You could easily remove pieces as you needed or just not bring your "tools" along.




Every little girl loves and Princess dress




Light up the night with these fun Mickey Glow Ears and you'll be ready for any parade.





You can fly with this simple tutorial!!








Disney Fabric Covered Tumbler
When you get thirsty, just bust out your adorable fabric covered Disney tumbler.  You'll be the envy of everyone





Grab the free cut file and give that shirt a makeover




Need a place to put your wet swimsuits or towels?  Make a waterproof bag for your adventures




20 easy Disney DIY costumes, projects and crafts you must try.  These simple projects will make your last minute Disney adventure easy and more memorable.

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