Disney inspired Spell book – Free printables!
I promised you earlier this week that I would share the free printable spell pages from my DIY Disney inspired spell book. I’m so excited to share them with you now! You can see the full DIY spell book alteration process here. There are lots of details I shared with you, and step by step instructions bringing you to this point.
I had so much fun creating these pages. The goal was to fill my altered book with spells from all kinds of Disney movies and stories. I titled my book “Under the Disney spell” and I think it’s so very fitting. We are definitely Disney fans! Even if you aren’t a huge Disney fan (gasp) These spells make for a really great spell book.
*It needs to be noted that I made these pages to share with you for your own private personal use. They were inspired by Disney stories and movies. Please feel free to download the attached .pdf files for easy printing, or right click on these images and select ‘save image as…” However I ask that you please only share the original post don’t link directly to the shared files, and that you use these images only for your private personal use. Selling these images violates my copyright, and Disney’s. Please don’t do it. *
This is my title page, and a fun little extra picture page to insert wherever you wish. I love the poison apple mickey!
These next pages are spells from Beauty and the Beast, and from The Sword in the Stone. Beauty and the Beast did not actually have any curses or spells used out loud in the movie. It’s one of my favorites, and there is clearly a curse used right in the opening scene but the Enchantress never says it. Hubby and I took some creative liberty and we wrote our own. I hope you love it! The sword in the stone spells is a mashup of several spells Merlin uses throughout the movie.
What Disney spell book would be complete without some fun Hocus Pocus spells? Certainly not this one!
Sometimes you just need a voice transfer spell to steal someone’s voice before using your evil magic Black Cauldron. Ursula can help you out! Ursula and Black Cauldron pdf file
Isn’t my Black Cauldron cool? I made it with a cheap plastic black cauldron, some hot glue (of course), and some chalky finish paints. It will look amazing with my potion bottles and spell book!
Of course a Disney spell book, with a Poison Apple cover, sitting next to a poison apple potion bottle MUST have the actual Poison apple spell from Snow White. I wouldn’t dream of leaving it out!
And you need the antidote to such a powerful spell, of course. And the peddlers disguise so you can deliver the apple in the first place.
I hope you like the pages! Please link back to the original post if you share my pages somewhere else, not directly to a file. I plan to make more pages for my book next year so if you Subscribe by email you’ll be sure not to miss out! You can find the email subscribe button on the sidebar to your right.