Disney films are as timeless as they are magical. Take a journey through the years and celebrate these Oscar-nominated movies.
Disney films are as timeless as they are magical. Take a journey through the years and celebrate these Oscar-nominated movies.
Nominated for Animated Feature Film, Brave is the story of a fiery princess who goes on an adventure to change her fate. Create your own adventures at home with your very own Merida paper doll.
Celebrate this Animated Feature Film nominee by creating your own shockingly tasty version of Victor’s loyal terrier pal, Sparky.
Wreck-It Ralph is wreck-ognized as a nominee in the Animated Feature Film category. Show your support by building this heavy-handed wrecking machine as a papercraft.
The Muppets won an Academy Award for Music (Original Song) for "Man or Muppet". Put on your own show starring Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie, and Animal!
Tangled was nominated for Music (Original Song) for "I See the Light". Get creative and build this beautiful papercraft of Rapunzel.
This was a big year for Toy Story 3. It won for Best Animated Feature Film and Music (Original Song), and was nominated in three other categories. Go to infinity and beyond with your own 3D collectible Buzz Lightyear.
This film won for Best Costume Design and Art Direction. Create your own accessories, inspired by the movie. Just like how Alice shrunk to a miniature version of herself, watch these fun charms shrink into a piece of jewelry.
Winner for Best Animated Feature Film and Music (Original Score), this touching movie will inspire you to try something new. Start by building your very own UP House with Balloons.
Create Prince Naveen Frog Face Cupcakes, a recipe inspired by the movie The Princess and the Frog. This film was nominated for Best Animated Feature Film and for Music (Original Song).
Make these Sweet WALL-E cookies, a delightful treat inspired by the adorable robot. This film won an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film and was nominated in five other categories.
Bolt was nominated in the Animated Feature Film category. Inspired by the famous television star Bolt, these paper eggs feature an inner pocket you can fill with a handful of candy, stickers, and trinkets.
Hats off to Ratatouille for winning the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film. Get cooking' in the kitchen with this chef hat and a little assistance from Remy -- his culinary instincts will guide you to greatness!
What if one of Disney's animated princesses made her way to our real world? Watch the Oscar-nominated movie to find out what would happen. Three of its songs received a nomination in the Music (Original Song) category.
These wide-eyed, toothy skulls are the perfect snack for your movie-watching party. The Oscar-nominated film, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, was nominated for Best Visual Effects and Best Makeup at the 80th Academy Awards.
Spend a little time building this awesome papercraft, inspired by the quickest car on the circuit! Cars was nominated for Animated Feature Film and Music (Original Song) at the 79th Academy Awards.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest won the Oscar for Best Achievement in Visual Effects at the 79th Academy Awards. Build your very own Pirate's Treasure Chest and stash your favorite party favors before viewing this arrr-worthy film.
This treat, inspired by the logo on Mr. Incredible’s crime-fighting suit, is a fitting tribute to the Academy Award winning movie. The Incredibles won for Best Animated Feature Film and Best Sound Editing.
You’ll have a swimmingly good time building this 3D Nemo papercraft, inspired by the Academy Award winning movie, Finding Nemo. It won for Best Animated Feature Film and was nominated in three other categories.
Create Jack's Jolly Roger, a pirate craft inspired by the Oscar-nominated movie Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. The film was nominated for Best Actor and Best Visual Effects, and three other categories. Blimey, that’s a lot!
You don't need to travel all the way to Hawaii to have fun with this alien. Whip up a batch of these cake pops in your very own kitchen and watch Lilo & Stitch. It was nominated for Best Animated Feature Film.
Based on Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, this film tells the story of a teen in search of adventure on other planets. Treasure Planet was nominated for Best Animated Feature Film at the 75th Academy Awards.
Winner for Best Music (Original Song), this scary-good movie will have you shrieking with delight. Recreate Sulley’s mission to bring Boo back home with this adorable 3D papercraft.
A troop of alien squeeze-toys played an important role in Buzz and Woody's adventure in the Academy Award-nominated movie, Toy Story 2. It's a piece of cake to invite these little green monsters to your child's Toy Story-themed party.
At the 71st Academy Awards, Mulan received a nomination for Music (Original Musical or Comedy Score). You can make a lacy paper fan as decorative as Mulan's by folding together contrasting sheets of wrapping paper and then trimming the edges.
Hercules, son of Zeus (the king of the gods), grows from an adorable gurgling baby (and he was a strong one!) to a young man and learns what it means to be heroic. This animated film was nominated for Best Music (Original Song) at the 70th Academy Awards.
The Roald Dahl book comes to the screen courtesy of stop-motion specialist Henry Selick. The film received a nomination for Best Music (Original Musical or Comedy Score) at the 69th Academy Awards.
The film tells the story of Quasimodo, the lonely bell ringer in Paris's Notre Dame Cathedral who is eager to join the outside world. The movie was nominated for Best Music (Original Musical or Comedy Score).
John Lasseter received a Special Achievement Award for his leadership on the first feature-length computer-animated film. The movie was also nominated in three different categories that year. Celebrate this accomplishment by making a Woody Marionette.
The film sailed to victory and won Oscars for both the Best Musical or Comedy Score and Best Original Song for “Colors of the Wind”. This 3D papercraft will be perfect for your child to play with in the backyard or to explore just around the riverbend.
Your pride will love eating this adorable snack, inspired the Academy Award winning movie The Lion King. The film won for Best Music (Original Score) and Best Music (Original Song). Two other songs from the movie were also nominated.
Nominated for Best Visual Effects, Jack Skellington spooked and charmed audiences worldwide in this revolutionary stop-motion film. Create your own nightmarish adventures with Jack and the rest of the gang with this printable playset.
You’ll experience “a whole new world” when you taste these delicious Abu Cupcakes, a recipe inspired by the movie Aladdin. The film won an Academy Award for Best Music (Original Song) and Best Music (Original Score).
This “tale as old as time” captured the voting Academy’s hearts and won Oscars for both Best Original Score and Best Original Song, not to mention its nomination for Best Picture. Create this Belle doll who is sure to be treasured for years to come.
Ariel, Flounder and company swam their way to not one, but two Academy Awards (Best Original Score and Best Original Song for “Under the Sea”) this year. Complete your under the sea movie viewing with this adorable felt Sebastian craft.
An orphan on the run from an abusive foster family finds refuge in the seaside town of Passamaquoddy, Maine. But will the locals accept his not-so-imaginary friend, a dragon named Elliott? Watch the Academy Award-nominated movie to find out.
The rollicking and swashbuckling Robin Hood was nominated for a Best Music (Song) Academy Award. Coil Sir Hiss on a windowsill or tabletop, or drape it over the arm of a chair, and it's guaranteed to get your family's attention!
Mowgli and Baloo sang, danced, and hollered their way to a Best Music (Song) Academy Award nomination for “Bare Necessities”. This Python craft will help bring a touch of jungle magic into your home.
This family-favorite won a host of Oscars including Best Actress, Best Effects, Best Film Editing, and Best Music, along with an even longer list of nominations. This timeless film remains just as entertaining today as the day it was released.
This replica of the sword in the stone will be the perfect centerpiece for a movie night featuring this knight-worthy movie which was nominated for a Best Music (Scoring of Music – adaptation or treatment) Oscar.
This animated film cast a spell over viewers and garnered an Academy Award nomination for Best Music (Scoring of a Musical Picture). Pair it with this Aurora paper doll for a royal experience.
Jules Verne's 1870 fantasy novel gets the big-studio treatment in this jam-packed, live-action extravaganza. It won for Best Special Effects and Art Direction (Color) at the 27th Academy Awards.
The fantastical Alice in Wonderland snagged a nomination for Best Music (Scoring of a Musical Picture). This whimsical doorknob craft would be the perfect accompaniment for a topsy-turvy movie night starring the film.
It will take a little more than "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo" to build this 3D Cinderella papercraft, but your kids will enjoy the magical experience. The song was nominated for best Music (Song) at the 23rd Academy Awards.
Bambi, Thumper and friends charmed their way to three Academy Award nominations for Sound and Music. Delight the kids at home with a viewing of this kid-friendly film and these adorable cupcakes designed to look like Bambi’s bashful skunk friend, Flower.
Fantasia won two Special Awards, one for Walt Disney and another for composer Leopold Stokowski and his associates. Make music with the film by cooking up a symphony of Sorcerer's Hat Cake Pops. They're music to your taste buds!
Dumbo soared over the competition to emerge as the winner of the Best Music (Scoring of a Musical Picture) Oscar. And now everyone's favorite flying elephant can make a landing on your table with this adorable papercraft.
Great things can happen “when you wish upon a star,” like winning two Oscars. Pinocchio won for Best Music (Original Score) and Best Music (Song).
This film received a Special Award for being a “significant screen innovation which has charmed millions and pioneered a great new entertainment field”. Create this Snow White paper doll to be the perfect companion for your viewing of this timeless film.
This classic Disney film was nominated for a Best Music (Scoring) Oscar in 1938. Celebrate the movie with these delicious (and safe!) Poison Apple Cookies.
Walt Disney received a Special Award for the creation of Mickey Mouse at the 5th Academy Awards. Celebrate Disney’s most beloved mouse by baking these magical treats.
Disney Nominees Through the Years
Brave - 85th Academy Awards Nominee (2013)
Frankenweenie - 85th Academy Awards Nominee (2013)
Wreck-It Ralph - 85th Academy Awards Nominee (2013)
The Muppets - 84th Academy Awards Winner (2012)
Tangled - 83rd Academy Awards Nominee (2011)
Toy Story 3 - 83rd Academy Awards Winner (2011)
Alice in Wonderland - 83rd Academy Awards Winner (2011)
UP - 82nd Academy Awards Winner (2010)
The Princess and the Frog - 82nd Academy Awards Nominee (2010)
WALL-E - 81st Academy Awards Winner (2009)
Bolt - 81st Academy Awards Nominee (2009)
Ratatouille - 80th Academy Awards Winner (2008)
Enchanted - 80th Academy Awards Nominee (2008)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End - 80th Academy Awards Nominee (2008)
Cars - 79th Academy Awards Nominee (2007)
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest - 79th Academy Awards Winner (2007)
The Incredibles - 77th Academy Awards Winner (2005)
Finding Nemo - 76th Academy Awards Winner (2004)
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl - 76th Academy Awards Nominee (2004)
Lilo & Stitch - 75th Academy Awards Nominee (2003)
Treasure Planet - 75th Academy Awards Nominee (2003)
Monsters, Inc. - 74th Academy Awards Winner (2002)
Toy Story 2 - 72nd Academy Awards Nominee (2000)
Mulan - 71st Academy Awards Nominee (1999)
Hercules - 70th Academy Awards Nominee (1998)
James and the Giant Peach - 69th Academy Awards Nominee (1997)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame - 69th Academy Awards Nominee (1997)
Toy Story - 68th Academy Awards Nominee (1996)
Pocahontas - 68th Academy Awards Winner (1996)
The Lion King - 67th Academy Awards Winner (1995)
The Nightmare Before Christmas - 66th Academy Awards Nominee (1994)
Aladdin - 65th Academy Awards Winner (1993)
Beauty and the Beast - 64th Academy Awards Winner (1992)
The Little Mermaid - 62nd Academy Awards Winner (1990)
Pete's Dragon - 50th Academy Awards Nominee (1978)
Robin Hood - 46th Academy Awards Nominee (1974)
The Jungle Book - 40th Academy Awards Nominee (1968)
Mary Poppins - 37th Academy Awards Winner (1965)
Sword in the Stone - 36th Academy Awards Nominee (1964)
Sleeping Beauty - 32nd Academy Awards Nominee (1960)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - 27th Academy Awards Winner (1955)
Alice in Wonderland - 24th Academy Awards Winner (1952)
Cinderella - 23rd Academy Awards Nominee (1951)
Bambi - 15th Academy Awards Nominee (1943)
Fantasia - 14th Academy Awards (1942)
Dumbo - 14th Academy Awards Winner (1942)
Pinocchio - 13th Academy Awards Winner (1941)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - 11th Academy Awards (1939)
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs - 10th Academy Awards Nominee (1938)
Walt Disney - 5th Academy Awards (1932)