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Descendants Party Invitation Tutorial

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DIY Mel's spell book form Disney's Descendants movie We are huge Disney fans and my kids love everything Disney. My daughter even likes some of the villains on the Disney movies, I mean you have to admit some of these villains are pretty cool: like Malificent with her magical powers and fire throwing dragons and Cruella de Vil with her outrageous fashion and fancy car. So when the Descendants movie came out both kids where pretty excited. This movie was great for them as it combined Disney characters with music and dancing and features teenage actors that my daughter who is now entering tweenhood (I know that is not a word, but you know what I mean) can really relate too.

Descendants movie watching

The movie has a nice message about being able to make your own choices and defining who you are without caring what anybody else thinks. My daughter compared it to High School Musical and both of the kids had fun and even got up to dance while watching the movie.

Descendants DIY Mels Spell book printable



My kids had fun watching as Mal, Evie, Jay and Carlos all the descendants from the villains of different Disney movies, find their way in the world of Auradon Prep.  In the movie Mal, Maleficent’s daughter, has a very special spell book and since my daughter really liked this character I decided to create a fun card which could also be used as a great party invitation for a Descendants’ inspired party.

Descendants DIY Mels Spell book printable DIY Descendants Card or Party Invite


  • white card stock
  • red jewels stickers
  • scissors



  • Download Mel’s Spell Book printable HERE and print on white card stock.
  • Cut the the different pieces and assemble the spell book cover adding the jewel stickers on the corners to give it some sparkle.
  • Cut out the castle and along the thin black line.
  • Cut a piece of car stock taking the with of the leather book cover as a guide and fold it in two to make the card.
  • Glue the cover on the front.
  • Fold the castle following the dotted lines and glue it on the inside of the card.

descendants party invite or card

The Disney Channel Original Movie, Descendants, was released on The Disney Channel, and on DVD, at Walmart on July 31st. This is a great movie for kids both young and older that love the Disney characters and love music.  We got the Disney Descendants along with the CD filled with fun music from the movie at Walmart.


If you have seen the Descendants movie I would really like to know who your favorite villian is and if you haven’t watched it yet make sure to grab one at your local Walmart!




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Cesar Diaz

Cesar is a freelance graphic designer with more than 15 years of experience in the advertising world. He is the creative force behind GrowingUpBilingual.com and 365thingsswfl.com. 2 year ago he gave up his steady job so he could spend more time at home and be more involved in his kid's lives. He loves sharing tips to maintain a healthier lifestyle both at home and while traveling. He likes to cook low calorie meals with a Latino touch, specially if they are on the grill. He is a techie, a carnivore and a fitness buff not necessarily in that order. During his free time he enjoys mountain biking, working out at the gym, watching movies and traveling with his family.

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  1. Summer Len Davis

    That is a pretty sweet book and would make an awesome invitation! I loved the movie and surprisingly, Evie was awesome. I love that she fell in love with Dopey’s son! #client
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  2. Diana Rodriguez

    Que chevere lo pasaron!!!
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  3. Gilda Campos

    Que bonita idea!!. Me encantó!!. Gracias por compartirla!.

  4. Wanda Lopez

    We saw the movie, many times! My daughters loved it too. Great invitations!
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  5. Teresa Garza

    Que linda la invitación y que creativa.. Se ve que los niños disfrutaron mucho.

  6. Natalia

    What a cool idea! I want to go to that party!
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  7. adriana martin

    What a cool DIY and that movie looks really fun!
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  8. s. Yissele

    Qué lindo todo, por aquí también son fans de Descendants. Muchas gracias por las ideas, saludos y

    ¡FELIZ DÍA!ॐ
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  9. Maybelline @ Naturalmente Mamá

    la verdad que no conocía los descendants, but the invitation looks really, really cool!
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  10. Alexandra (@livingmoneywise)

    I haven’t seen the movie, but it looks really fun! Nice invitation 🙂
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