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Creative Halloween Decor: "Disney Villains"...A Pictorial Journal

Updated on October 22, 2018
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Patricia is a mother, a grandmother, a sister, a daughter whose passion is to put into writing things she feels and experiences.

Use your imagination to create an evening of fun

My daughter's friend, Penny, wanted to do something extra special her and the family this year. She sat down with my Stef and they brain-stormed ideas to create a fun-filled atmosphere for a haunting evening of laughter and spine-tingling experiences. Penny made this her gift to Stef, Heston Wayne, Jay, Tracy, and the Home School Group.

Choosing the theme

Penny and Stef chatted at length trying to determine a theme for the evening. And since Stef is a huge fan of all-things-Disney it came as no surprise that she chose Disney Villains as her theme. There was very little on the internet that was strictly a Halloween theme around these villains. That really was a good thing so she and Penny could really make it their own. You will see they that is just what they did as you read the notes and view the photos.

Step inside for an evening of chills and thrills

The entrance foreshadows what's to come

Night has fallen--- a little shudder was felt as we walked up to the door.

Setting the stage out of doors

A little draping turns a palm tree into something creepy

Another peek at the palm tree...can you hear the clanging of the chain??


"Safe" party candles

Safety first...homemade candles

Making your own candles is a 'good thing' for several reasons. One of the most obvious and important reasons is safety. With all of the little werewolves and villains running about, it just makes good sense. Another reason to make them is it is an activity you can do with your children. A fun time to create and involve your kidoes in the preparation for party day.

What it takes for candles

To make these candles, you need toilet tissue rolls, paper towel rolls, paint, brush, glue gun, and tiny tea lights are placed atop the base.. You can use spray paint if desired. After painting paper towel and toilet tissue rolls, allow them to dry. Then assemble as you desire gluing as needed.

Grab a handful of candies from a witch's cauldron

"Hoping you have a spine-tingling evening."

Just the spot to gather round for a spooky story.

"Watch your back....I just may creep up behind you!"

Closer view of safe candles lighting up the fireplace

A nod to autumn adds another festive touch

Natural additions bring autumn into the home.

Choosing just the right pumpkins is another fun activity for you and your family. They add an interesting feeling of fall and can be turned into delightful dishes later. The tiny lights inside the fireplace light up the area in a subtle way and are another safe choice as opposed to real candles.

What fun...gather around while Mr. Skelly serenades everyone

"Do you hear my teeth chattering? Move in closer!"

A little webbing on the ceiling adds more flair.

Awaiting all who dare to step up for a treat.

Who wouldn't want to reach onto this table for a treat?

Will little skeleton bones reach out as one reaches for a treat??

Sssh..not too close!!

Villainous posters

The four posters below are some that were printed for this evening. The writings were added by Penny and my daughter. What a great way to showcase the stars of the evening. Notice that some portions of the posters were burned to add even more eye-catching appeal.

Halloween is not only about putting on a costume, but it's about finding the imagination and costume within ourselves.

— Elvis Duran



Villain #3...Cruella

Cruella's villainous nature revealed..she's kind of the character one loves to despise!

Villain #4...Scar

Scar...a true villain's villain

No one will really get 'shocked' at this spot! Poor fishy...he got too close!

Attention to detail makes your Halloween-scape memorable and captivating

Taking time to add special touches converts a room into a mysterious, enchanting land of unexpected adventure . Cobwebs liberally placed in corners including up to the ceiling hints that a creepy-crawly may pop down at any moment. Having skeletons and skeleton bones here and there is a reminder that it is an evening of mystery. Create your own extra special touches when you plan your celebration this year.

An attention-getter as night fell

Lighting brings new life to the entire venue

Lighting up areas inside and outside of your staging area turns ordinary into extraordinary. The lighting does not need to be flashy or ultra-bright unless that is what you desire. Subtle lighting helps to showcase the areas that are decorated. The palm tree and the doorway were accented with lighting so that when night fell and shadows were cast, a feeling of mystery and quiet expectation crept into the minds of all who arrived.

Approach with care..

A haunting little ditty

Step carefully ...who knows what is lurking here.

Planning for fun

There is really no wrong way to bring a hauntingly, fun-filled atmosphere to life at your place for Halloween. Let your imagination run wild...brainstorm with your friends and family. To save money plan ahead. Shop thrift stores, yard sales, flea markets, and dollar stores throughout the year. Make some of your own props too. This can be a great way to spend time with your family. Have a really good time and happy haunting.

Creamy, yummy pumpkin soup and other goodies

Before you decide to discard your pumpkins consider making pumpkin bread, muffins, pie, and soup from them. A few weeks ago I made a most glorious pumpkin soup with a pumpkin I purchased right in my grocery store. It was divine. I hope to share it with you soon. And do not forget to save the seeds and bake them.

© 2018 Patricia Scott


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    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you for stopping Manatita. The Michael Jackson look alike was not deliberate but we smiled when we saw it. Loved him and still do. Angels are on the way this

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      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you...we did Mary

      Angels headed your way this morning. ps

    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Hi are a peach. I am not so much on Halloween but my little Heston Wayne is so I share his exvitement. Thank you for all of the good wishes. I try to come on but so much is going on with my fam it keeps me away. Hugs and many Angels on the way back to you and your lovely. ps

    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Hi was a fun dayghter goes all out for her family...every new holiday is a gift!!! Thank you for visiting. Many Angels are heafed your way this morning. ps

    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thanks for stopping, Eric. It wad a fun happy the baby felt like going out. Angels on the way to you and yours this morning. ps

    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you, Jackie...I did not know...trying to find out more. Hoping all is good with you and yours. Angels are on the way this morning. ps

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      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you, Linda...and I hope yours wad too. It was a lovely Halloween week. Angels headed your way this

    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      2 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you...I hope yiu all had a Happy Halloween too! Angels headed your way. ps

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      Peggy Woods 

      2 weeks ago from Houston, Texas

      My earlier comment is not showing but I wanted to wish you and your entire family a fun-filled Halloween today. Sending good thoughts as well as prayers your way.

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      2 weeks ago from Tokyo, Japan

      What fantastic pictures! Your decorations look really professional. I threw a Halloween party this year but it was mostly beer pong, Twister, and drinking rather than actual Halloween-themed things, though almost everyone dressed up. I'll be saving this for ideas to do things properly next year. Thank you!

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      Linda Crampton 

      3 weeks ago from British Columbia, Canada

      What a wonderful collection of Halloween decorations! They are so creative and attractive. I hope October 31st is a great day for you.

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      Jackie Lynnley 

      3 weeks ago from The Beautiful South

      I see you got honorable mention in the Hubpage Weekly newsletter. Deserved! Congrats!

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      Eric Dierker 

      3 weeks ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Very cool indeed. A fun holiday indeed. And we get a bonus down here with "Dia de los Muerte (sp?) Tonight the boy will make some scaries.


    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      3 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you, Manatita. I will be seeing it all tomorrow as I am going to visit. And it is always so nice to have you visit. Angels are on the way thid

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      4 weeks ago from london

      Extremely beautiful Patricia.

      You and friends have taken what should be some vilianous pieces and added fun, beauty … light and colour. I like the Michael Jackson-like skull, beaming light from scary eyes. Awesome!

      Hope the family are well and doing good.

      Whenever it comes, have a great Halloween.

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      Devika Primić 

      4 weeks ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      An amazing display of creative ideas.

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      4 weeks ago from Central Florida

      Wow, you guys really go all out! These are amazing decorations and a great article. I love that you provide so many photos. Good luck in the contests, Patricia. I hope you win!

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      Mary Norton 

      4 weeks ago from Ontario, Canada

      I am sure you had so much fun.

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      Bill Holland 

      4 weeks ago from Olympia, WA

      I'm not big on Halloween, but I am big on you, so here I am, P.S. Loved the photos...very festive. It's good to see an article from you.

      Blessings always, my friend, and angels heading your way laden with love.


    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      4 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you Mary for stopping. Saturday nite was when the party was held and everyone eas tickled with the decor. Angels are headed your way this morning. ps

    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      4 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Thank you for stopping, Jackie. Hoping to make the soup again later this week. Maybe we can exchange recipes. Angels headed your way this morning. ps

    • pstraubie48 profile imageAUTHOR

      Patricia Scott 

      4 weeks ago from sunny Florida

      Fun's acyually at my daughter's...her friend did this for the fam especially Heston Wayne. Thank you for stopping, Claudia. Angels headed your way. ps

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      Claudia Mitchell 

      4 weeks ago

      Wow - You go all out for the halloween! I love it.

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      Jackie Lynnley 

      4 weeks ago from The Beautiful South

      Wow, PS, so much fun going down your page! Oh and I made pumpkin soup last year and it was so good. Will be looking for your recipe to try too!

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      Mary Norton 

      4 weeks ago from Ontario, Canada

      This is an amazing display for Halloween, creative and unique.

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      Clive Williams 

      4 weeks ago from Jamaica

      Cool hub..but not into halloween

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      4 weeks ago from Sunny Florida

      Patricia, What a abundant collection of Halloween decorations. I love the way you made the candles. They are so clever. Everything looks like you are ready to have a wonderful spooky, fun evening!


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