Discover how the iconic ballroom scene in Beauty and the Beast came to life.See more
By William Keck
“To our friend Howard, who gave a mermaid her voice and a beast his soul, we will be forever grateful.”
This dedication in the closing credits of Beauty and the Beast pays homage to the film’s lyricist, Howard Ashman, who never lived to see the final print. Were only real life as just and compassionate as the wonderful world of Disney,…See more
Learn how to draw Gaston from Disney Legend Andreas Deja!See more
By William Keck
In real life, sidekicks (usually our little brothers and sisters) can be, well, let’s face it—super annoying. But in Disney animated films, they are the characters who provide the biggest laughs and one-liners. There’s Ariel’s calypso-singing crab. Anna’s buck-toothed snowman. Peter’s jealous pixie. But it’s Beauty and the Beast’s…See more
Learn how to draw Beast from Disney Legend Glen Keane.See more
Enjoy tea for two with this darling duo from Beauty and the Beast as your décor.
Cutting and scoring are intended only for grown-ups!
8 1/2” x 11” cardstock (we recommend 110-pound paper for best results)
Print all the pieces on cardstock. Click here to download.
It’s time for a treat! Enjoy these charming Cogsworth cupcakes from our friends at Disney Family.
Peach-colored frosting (Note: to make your own, simply stir 1 drop of red food coloring and 2 to 3 drops of yellow food coloring into 1 cup of butter cream frosting. This should be enough to frost 1/2 dozen cupcakes)
A Tootsie Roll…
The perfect afternoon tea treat! Enjoy these Mrs. Potts cake pops from our friends at Disney Family.
1 box cake mix (bake as directed on box for 13×9 cake)
One 16-ounce can of ready-made frosting
White candy coating
Purple candy melts (teapot lid and base)
White licorice pastilles for spout (we used Good & Plenty)
By D23 Team
Oh, isn’t this amazing? Watch some of your favorite scenes from Beauty and the Beast transform from pencil to picture. For more fun Beauty and the Beast stories and activities, click here.
From black and white to full of light!
Little town, it’s a quiet village…
This revolutionary scene is…
By Alexander Rannie
In hindsight it seems a no-brainer that Beauty and the Beast, Disney’s 30th animated feature, would have begun life as a musical. But as many folks know, this wasn’t the case. Songwriters Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, fresh off their success with The Little Mermaid, immediately began working on songs for Aladdin. Beauty and the Beast was…See more