Disney World has been very busy with the 50th Anniversary lately, but you can still spot fall decorations up on Main Street, U.S.A., which means Halloween is on its way!
If you’re in the parks this season, you can check out the Haunted Mansion-themed pre-show over at Muppet*Vision 3D, try some new spooky treats, or head to Boo Bash in the Magic Kingdom. But what can you do to celebrate a Disney-themed Halloween at home? How about a little seasonal shopping spree? We’ve got some frightfully fantastic new products to show you that’ll help transform your home for the upcoming holiday.
Entertainment Earth has four cutting boards that are all themed after a different aspect of one of Disney World’s spookiest attractions: the Haunted Mansion.
All four of the cutting boards are made of wood and measure 14″ tall by 9″ wide. Each has a different theme, so you can choose your favorite or order a few of them to have a full Haunted set! They’re great for chopping ingredients for your potions — er — meals, or you can use them as serving platters at your next Halloween party. The first board has the Haunted Mansion logo with an emblem “to the Dearly Departed.”
On it, you’ll find the famous saying from the attraction, “Be sure to bring your death certificate if you should decide to join them.” You can get the Dearly Departed Cutting Board for $54.99.
The next board has our favorite group of ghostly singers — the singing busts! You’ll spot these guys on the Haunted Mansion’s grounds as you travel through the cemetery on the attraction.
Just seeing the singing busts will have us humming “Grim Grinning Ghosts” for the rest of the day. You can get this board for $54.99 now.
The lovely clairvoyant spirit Madame Leota graces the next cutting board, which advertises her talents as a psychic medium, “materializing the disembodied.”
You can buy this cutting board “from regions beyond” for $54.99 as well.
You can pick up the board (and three ghostly friends) for $54.99.
The cutting boards have an arrival date of October 2021, so they should arrive before your Halloween party this year — just in time to serve up delicious treats and scary snacks. Keep following DFB to see more Disney-themed merchandise!
What’s your favorite Disney way to celebrate Halloween? Let us know in the comments!