4 Creative Mickey Mouse Crafts For Kids & Toddlers

Mickey Mouse Crafts

Christmas is always a great time for decorations and activities. With Christmas around the corner, it’s time to decorate the house and add the festive cheer everywhere.Engage your toddlers and kids in different activities and crafts and help them spend quality time this winter break. Create fun ornaments for the Christmas tree and inspired show pieces and cards for friends and family.

Using simple everyday objects, these mickey mouse craft ideas for kids will add on some beautiful color and decorations to your home.

Read on to know more about these easy and extremely beautiful mickey mouse crafts for kids.

1. Mickey Mouse Felt Christmas Tree Ornaments:

These cute Mickey Mouse shapes are perfect to use as ornaments.

What You Will Need:

  • Craft felt in the colors black, red and green
  • Some old white buttons
  • Some old pieces of white beads
  • Satin ribbons in red and green
  • Glue
  • Green paper strip or thick ribbon
  • A pair of safety scissors

How To:

  • Help your kid cut out two Mickey Mouse face shapes from the black craft felt.
  • Use this to measure the dimensions for two more circles.
  • Cut the green and red craft felt in a semi-circular shape, based on this measurement.
  • Now help your kid glue on the red and the green semi-circle on the bottom part of the black cut outs.
  • Help your kid glue the two white buttons on the red part of the felt.
  • Help your kid glue the beads on the green part of the felt.
  • Use the green paper strip or thick ribbon and help your kid make a bow. Help glue this on the top of the green based cut out.
  • Hang them up on the Christmas tree using the satin ribbons.

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2. Mickey Mouse Ears Photo Frame:

This is a fun filled way to transform that boring old photo frame into a cute Mickey Mouse Ears Photo Frame!

What You Will Need:

  • Any old photo frame
  • Paints in red and black colors
  • Paint brush
  • Black chart paper
  • A pair of safety scissors
  • Glue
  • White buttons or white paint

How To:

  • Help your kid mark half of the photo frame to make a clear demarcation of top half and bottom half.
  • Help your kid color the top half black and the bottom half red. Let her do it if she insists.
  • Let you kid make two circles on the black chart paper and cut them out using the safety scissors.
  • Ask your kid to glue these at the back of the black part of the photo frame. These will form the Mickey Mouse ears.
  • If your kid is using white buttons help to glue these in the middle of the bottom red part.
  • If your kid is using paint, help paint two white circles and make four black dots to resemble a button.

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3. Mickey Mouse Paper Chain:

This is a colourful and pretty twist to your regular decorative paper chains.

What You Will Need:

  • Chart papers in the colors of black, red, white and yellow
  • White paint and paint brush
  • Glue
  • A pair of safety scissors

How To:

  • Help your kid cut out multiple wide strips of paper from all the chart papers.
  • Show your kid how to cut out circles from the black chart paper, two for each black paper strip. These will form the Mickey Mouse ears.
  • Now help your kid link the strips of paper one into the other to form a chain.
  • Once done, you can ask your kid to paint white dots on the red chains.
  • Let your kid stick on the black circles on both sides of the black paper chain.

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4. Mickey Mouse Button Collage:

Kids are always breaking buttons! Start collecting all of them and help your kid create this innovatively cute and amazing Mickey Mouse Button Collage!

What You Will Need:

  • Red colored buttons, in all styles and sizes
  • Thick card paper
  • Pencil
  • Glue

How To:

  • Plan out the surface where your kid wants to use this design. It could be for a card, on a gift wrap or simply as a show piece.
  • Help your kid outline Mickey Mouse on the surface using the pencil. Now help your kid glue the buttons on the outline.
  • Once done, let her fill in the outline using all the remaining buttons.

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These fun-filled and interesting activities use everyday items readily available all around the house. These activities are terribly fun and help your kid get that sense of creativity. Help her discover a new passion! Try out these mickey mouse crafts for kids this Christmas and spread the cheer.

Moms, do tell us which activity idea your kid loved the best and do share a picture here.

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