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Disney Inspired No-Carve Pumpkins

I love Halloween and I love Disney. In fact, I’m not sure which one I love more! And nothing says Halloween and Fall more than pumpkins on the porch. So why not combine two of the best things to create something totally amazing?? I’m thinking this year we might even make a Family Night of it and have a Disney pumpkin painting competition, complete with awards! Here are some fun Disney inspired pumpkin ideas for the Disney fanatic(s) in your house!

1 | Mickey Stenciled Pumpkin

I love the classic Mickey Mouse head. And the white pumpkin with black stencils gives this pumpkin such a classy look! Check out their tutorial over at Pretty Providence!

2 | Adorable Forky Pumpkin

If Toy Story 4 is your jam, you definitely want to check out this adorable Forky pumpkin over at The Farm Girl Gabs. And since you’ll already be there, check out her site. She has tons of other Disney themed pumpkins.

3 | Winnie the Pooh

We love Winnie the Pooh at our house. I can’t even tell you how many times I have seen the Winnie the Pooh movies. And the ride at Disneyland is definitely a favorite among our girls. I have a feeling something like this may be among the challengers in our Disney Pumpkin Challenge this year. Go check out the tutorial at Pumpkinlicious.

4 | Pixar’s UP House

I love how they incorporated other mediums over at A Pumpkin and a Princess when they made this super cute “Up” house!

5 | Mickey Mummy

I have to be honest. This is one of my favorite mickey pumpkins! I think this will be my submission for our pumpkin challenge! Check it out at As the Bunny Hops.

6 | Toy Story 4 Woody and Bo Peep

Here is another adorable Toy Story pumpkin creation from As the Bunny Hops. Wouldn’t it be so fun to do a Toy Story Theme?! Ooh, and how cute would it be if your costume theme was Toy Story 4 too??

7 | Monsters Inc. Mike and Sully

Aren’t these Monsters Inc. pumpkins just adorable?? While not actually a tutorial on how to make them, they still make for some great inspiration! Check it out here.

8 | Incredible Belle Inspired Pumpkin

Can you believe this Belle inspired pumpkin? It’s incredible! They outdid themselves over at A Princess and a Pumpkin with this one. Talk about pumpkin goals!

9 | Live Action Cinderella Inspired Pumkin

Here’s another pumpkin perfect for the princess in your family! I love the classic Cinderella, but I could watch the live action Cinderella over and over again. Check out this beautiful pumpkin at My Sister’s Suitcase.

10 | Captain Marvel Pumpkin

As the Bunny Hops has another fantastic pumpkin here with a Captain Marvel inspired creation! Check it out!

11 | Cutest Mickey

Here’s another adorable Mickey Mouse. And I love that you could easily turn this into the cutest Minnie Mouse as well! And for those who don’t love intense art project, this one may be right up your alley! Check out the tutorial at over at Instructables

12 | Snow White Inspired Poison Apple

Isn’t this poisoned apple pumpkin to “die” for? Get it? Cue eye roll from my kids. But seriously I love this reference to a Disney classic. Check it out here.

13 | Hand Painted Sally from Nightmare Before Christmas

I couldn’t finish up a Disney Halloween post without including a Nightmare Before Christmas pumpkin. Isn’t this Sally inspired pumpkin amazing?? Check it out!

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Mountain View Dreams

Hey! Welcome to my site! To get started I thought it might be nice to get the backstory. If that’s not your thing feel free to skip this for now and get straight to the good stuff!

Crafting has always been my thing. Since the time I could cut and glue I have been creating things. I found whatever I could to make something new. Empty toilet paper rolls? Decorate them, fill them with corn kernels and staple them together. Instant maracas! I mean, what crafting kid hasn’t tried something like that??

When I got married my projects started taking on a different form. Out of necessity I started working with wood. We needed a new bed. We couldn’t afford anything expensive but I didn’t want anything that looked cheap. So I learned how to use a drill and a miter saw. I discovered I could make things. Beautiful things! My projects quickly went from tables and beds to playhouses and fireplaces.

When we moved into our new home two years ago we filled it with our belongings but it still didn’t quite feel like home. I saw so many remodel possibilities and the idea of a blog started forming. I wanted to document our progress in creating not just any home, but OUR home. Then life happened and I started juggling a side job, a new adventure in homeschooling, small children, two bunnies, a cat and a blind dog. Now that we’re finally settling into our stride here it’s time to get started!

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I hope you find yourself inspired to build, create and live your dreams!