Within a couple of weeks, Halloween parties kick off in the theme parks. Target is ready for families celebrating at home with new Disney no-carve pumpkin kits.
Transform pumpkins into not so scary Jack-o-Lanterns with several Disney characters to choose from. These safe, family-friendly faces find their way into Target stores very soon.
No knives, pumpkin guts or dangerous candles to worry about here. Instead, Target and Disney have teamed up to take pumpkin decorating to a new level. Disney no-carve pumpkin kits arrive in seven spooky styles.
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Familiar faces include:
- Cinderella’s Carriage
- Jack Skellington
- Mickey Mouse
- Minnie Mouse
Each Disney no-carve pumpkin decorating kit comes with all the parts needed to decorate any pumpkin (gourd not included). Paint for the pumpkin is optional. All pieces simply push into place. Aside from no gooey mess or dangerous flames, another advantage to these kits is that they can be reused. According to Target’s website, these Disney no-carve pumpkin kits arrive in stores August 22nd. Pre-order is available from the Target website, as well. Each kit costs $10.
Target carries more Disney Halloween fun
Of course, the big-box retailer carries a host of Disney character costumes. These arrive in both adult and child sizes with varying degrees of complexity and price points. Must-have accessories are also available.
Costume collections help the whole family find Disney Halloween fun. Disney princesses, “Frozen,” “Beauty and the Beast” and Mickey/Minnie groupings make finding full family Fall disguises easier.
In addition to Disney disguises, Fall finds include Disney themed decorations.
For those who don’t want to dress up or just want some additional seasonal attire, Halloween tee-shirts haunt in various Disney themes.
Finding fall fun at Target
Much of the seasonal spooky swag, including the Disney no-carve pumpkin kits that arrive in stores on August 22nd. However, some may materialize as late as September 9th. Check Target’s website for details.
Source and images: Target