Whether you’re Disney-obsessed or planning an upcoming vacation to the Happiest Place on Earth, you’re going to love this list of Disney DIY projects you can make with your Cricut. We’ve found some amazing ideas to infuse a little magic into your life either before your trip or after. You’ll find fun t-shirt ideas, Disney-inspired mugs, Minnie ears, magnets, and more.
To get ready for that magical vacation, you’ll find a cute savings jar idea, boarding pass tickets to surprise the kids, a fun countdown, and even cool ways to decorate your MagicBands. The Cricut is the perfect tool to make everything you need to keep your family styling and coordinated during your trip.
But you don’t have to plan a Disney vacation to enjoy these crafts. The mugs, signs, shirts, magnets, and ears can be enjoyed by anyone who loves all things Disney.
You will love these Disney projects you can make with your Cricut.
Disney DIY Projects for the Cricut
Grab your Cricut, and let’s get started on some of these fun DIY Disney crafts!
This Rapunzel-inspired mug will remind you every day that you need to make your own magic. You can’t just sit back and watch it happen; you have to be an active participant! This was made with the Cricut Explore Air 2. (via Simplifying Family)
Anyone planning a trip to Disney needs to make this shirt, PRONTO. It’s so cute with the little Mickey ears between the words Best. Day. Ever. (via Happiness is Homemade)
3. Disney Signs
These signs are perfect for any Disney-obsessed friend. Or, you know, if you’re Disney-obsessed yourself, you can just keep them. They’re great projects for using up scrap pieces of wood, but you can put them on canvas as well. (via Crafting Chicks)
Saving isn’t always the most exciting thing to do with your money, but you’ll smile every time you drop a few dollars into your Disney vacation savings jar made with the Cricut. This is a great way to encourage the kids to save their allowance for some vacation spending money, too. (via Fleece Fun)
The Disney run is a huge event every year, and if you plan to participate, this “Will Run for Dole Whips” shirt is a must, either to wear in the race or to remind you of why you’re training every day when you go out for your morning run. (via Polkadot Chair)
Any little mermaid will love having this mason jar light in her room. The blue rocks make it look like the mermaid silhouette is in water. It looks so pretty when it’s lit up! (via A Pumpkin and a Princess)
If your heart beats for Disney, you need this SVG file to make a shirt, mug, or tote bag. It’s also a great file to make a gift for a friend who loves Disney as much as you do. (via Ruffles and Rain Boots)
Headed on a Disney cruise? Make one of these cruise-inspired vacation shirts! The “Oh hey vacay” shirt is appropriate even if your Disney vacation is in the parks rather than on a cruise. (via Pretty Providence)
Want to surprise the kids with a trip to Disney without going overboard? These boarding pass tickets are a really cute way to do it! Add a plush or some Mickey ears to the gift, and you’re all set. (via Unoriginal Mom)
For those planning on visiting the parks during the month of October, these Minnie Ears inspired by Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas are the perfect park accessory. The Cricut EasyPress Mini makes small jobs like this much easier. (via Michelle’s Party Plan-It)
Any Snow White fan would be proud to rock these Minnie ears. They’re lightweight, so they’ll be comfortable enough to wear all day. Also, they’re made of felt, which makes this a very inexpensive project! (via Ruffles and Rain Boots)
You’ll want to take this cute tumbler with you everywhere to keep your drinks cold or hot. It’s easier than you think to create a monogram on a Mickey or Minnie head using your Cricut. The step-by-step tutorial makes it super simple. (via Polkadot Chair)
This Tangled Hair, Don’t Care shirt is great for moms and daughters alike. And you don’t even have to be on a Disney vacation to wear it. (via See Vanessa Craft)
Make these adorable photo magnets to remember just what your little ones looked like when you took them on their first Disney vacation. They’d make fun keepsakes to give to grandparents, too. (via Crafting Cheerfully)
You can’t plan a Disney vacation without a countdown to build up the anticipation! Frame it, and use a dry erase marker to change out the number. The kids will race to change it every day! (via Leap of Faith Crafting)
Since you’ll be sporting MagicBands for the duration of your vacation, you may want to spruce them up a bit. It’s super easy to do using your Cricut. (via A Wonderful Thought)
Are you planning a Disney vacation soon? Which of these Disney DIY projects you can make with your Cricut are you going to make for your trip?