Dress Up Your Magic Bands With Custom Stickers! (Even Baby Yoda)


When you book your trip to stay at a Walt Disney World resort hotel, you will get a free magic band (per guest) with your reservation. You go online and choose which one(s) you want, but the choices are solid colors. Now if you want a fancier band you can pay extra for one, but there are more options available.

One way to get a special designs is at the parks. You can buy pre-printed bands but you can also have custom ones printed.

Now there’s another fun way to customize your MagicBand before you visit Walt Disney World–Stickers!

If you go to Etsy you can purchase custom stickers and you can even get special finishes like glitter or even glow-in-the-dark ones.

Since we are headed down to the parks very soon, we decided to give these custom stickers a try. So off to Etsy I went.

Now there are a plethora of choices on Etsy, but I went with a seller that had a lot of fun designs and who also offered glitter and glow-in-the-dark finishes. Sure they cost a bit more, but it’s still cheaper than a custom Disney one and I personally loved the Baby Yoda choice I got!

The Seller I chose was ShopEmilyG. She has great feedback and fantastic choices.

Here’s what we chose:

I chose Space Baby (we all know who this is)

My son chose Bounty Hunter

My daughter chose Geo Decal (Spaceship Earth)

Today, after our Magic Bands arrived, I set out to put the stickers on them. It was actually very easy. Step-by-step directions are provided with your purchase!

Here are the results!

So if you are looking for something fun and easy and different definitely check out these stickers!

What do you think? Comment and let us know.

Source: ShopEmilyG on Etsy



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