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These No-Carve DIY Disney Princess Pumpkins Are Just What You Need If You Obsess With Disney Magic

We may not be able to cast a spell that turns a pumpkin into a carriage, but we can turn our Halloween pumpkins into something even more magical: Disney Princesses. When it comes to Halloween pumpkins, most of us only think of horror pumpkins carved in the craziest and scariest shapes. But who says we can’t turn a scary Halloween décor into something amazing and lovely?

If you’re a Disney fan and want a little change this Halloween, try getting creative by decorating pumpkins in a glittery style inspired by your favorite princesses. And guess what’s even more special? They are all no-carve Halloween pumpkins, so they are super easy to make! Scroll down to see (and perhaps make) the most beautiful no-carve princess pumpkins in all of the land if you’re seeking a creative approach to making this holiday a little more enchanting!

#1 Tiana pumpkin

Source: As The Bunny Hops

Are there any admirers of the Princess and the Frog in the house? If that’s the case, this lovely Tiana-inspired pumpkin is ideal for you. This is a simple DIY project. To make the leaf skirt, simply paint your pumpkin yellow and disassemble an old Christmas decoration. The topper’s complete instructions may be found here.

#2 Rapunzel pumpkin

Source: As The Bunny Hops

You can’t go wrong with this Rapunzel pumpkin if you want to keep things simple. All you’ll need is some pink rhinestone strips and some paint. So simple, yet so adorable! The complete instructions can be found here.

#3 Cinderella pumpkin

Source: My Sister’s Suitcase

We told you we wouldn’t be able to assist you to turn a pumpkin into a carriage, but these pumpkins are a close second. Do you spot the similarities between the blue pumpkin and Cinderella’s lovely gown? Over here, we’re head over heels in love. Do you want to try your hand at making it yourself? Go to your local craft store and then follow the steps outlined here.

#4 Belle pumpkin

Source: A Pumpkin And A Princess

This Belle-inspired pumpkin is simply stunning. You’re pretty much set if you can get your hands on some gold paint, cloth, and rhinestones. Of course, you can’t forget about the rose! Follow the directions here to make this beautiful pumpkin.

#5 Elsa pumpkin

Source: A Pumpkin And A Princess

This pumpkin is for you if you love gems, glitter, and the movie Frozen. All you need is a white pumpkin (or one that has been spray painted), sticky rhinestones, snowflake stickers, and glitter. You can produce a masterpiece that would be approved by all of Arendelle with a little time and DIY magic. Want to have the most glittering pumpkin on Halloween night? Read the instructions here.

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