Show off your Disney DIY!


#1

Our WDW departure day is 61 days away (FP+ tomorrow - eeek!) and my fingers are itching to get crafty and have fun preparing for our trip. I would love to see your DIY projects for Disney gear, magic band bling, travel hacks, pixie dust surprises for the kids… Inspire me, please!


#2

I don’t have anything yet, but I’m hoping to make several pairs of ears.


#3

Here’s some of my DIY magic band decorating. I could overwhelm this post with the shirts I’ve made.


#4

So cute and creative!!


#5

Thanks. Scrapbooking skills are handy for lots of things.


#6

Yes!


#7

Just a touch of sparkle. The last two photos are my personal magic bands…and the first is what I did for some of the ladies traveling with me 2 weeks ago.

It’s fun to be sparkly. And so far they have held up through several trips! (I do shoes though and have a special glue blend I use. So that probably helps!)


#8

If I tried to do this I would have sparkles everywhere other than on the mb. Maybe I could coat them like chicken…flour, egg, parmesan, breadcrumbs!


#9

Those magic bands are fabulous!


#10

I like sparkles! Adorable


#11

Those look great! How do you do your shirts? I’m thinking about appliqueing a Mickey head silhouette to an old sweatshirt.


#12

I would love to see a pair of shoes- these are so pretty!


#13

What kind of ears are you thinking of? We’re going to be doing flowered ears this weekend.


#14

Love the bling!!


#15

Thanks. They are really fun to do.


#16

I use heat transfer vinyl and a heat press (an iron works too).


#17

These looks amazing!!! Do you have a business or just do them for your family? I’m getting some shirts made up from different Etsy sellers- I don’t think I have the skills/supplies to do them myself.


#18

I do it just for fun.


#19

These are some of the best looking Disney shirts that I have seen - including the ones they sell in the parks. Better be careful - you could find yourself taking orders… :slight_smile:


#20

I’ve made a few shirts for myself over the years, but just using the iron-on paper for my printer. When I get home I might take pictures of a few…