Halloween Costumes & DIYs Fit for a Princess

For many little ones, Halloween is less about spooks and scares, and more about putting on a costume to become the Disney Princess she admires most. Here are some not so scary ways to add DIY fun to your Halloween festivities.

Let the royal adventures begin with Disney costumes and accessories, available now at Walmart.

1. Anna Costume & Crafts

Anna Halloween

For a Frozen-inspired Halloween, an Anna costume has every detail covered, including an exclusive matching locket. Get the whole family in on the fun and dress as Elsa, Kristoff and of course, Kristoff’s trusty reindeer, Sven. Make antlers for Sven, and add some fixer upper fun with lovable rock trolls too.

2. Elsa Costume & Crafts

Elsa Halloween

Invite your best friend to be a part of the Frozen-inspired fun with an Elsa costume covered in snowflakes, shimmer and an Elsa locket necklace. Complete the look with homemade hair barrettes, and invite a certain snowman to the party with extra fluffy Olaf cupcakes.

3. Merida Costume & Crafts

Merida Halloween

Celebrate family and tradition with a Merida costume and matching accessories this Halloween. Feed your sense of adventure with a Brave activity book featuring Merida and the rest of her clan. Add a personal touch by making a heart necklace out of your favorite twine or string.

4. Rapunzel Costume & Crafts

Rapunzel Halloween

Halloween is the perfect time of year for a little magic. Your little one will love channeling the Princess with the most magical golden hair (and adventures to match) in a Rapunzel costume and matching locket necklace. Top off the look with a DIY crown and carve a matching Rapunzel jack-o’-lantern for the doorstep.

5. Ariel Costume & Crafts

Ariel Halloween

Take Halloween under the sea with a mermaid-inspired Ariel costume and accessories. Add jewels or gems to a printable crown. And have oceans of fun creating an Ariel jack-o’-lantern.

Posted 3 years Ago
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