Mickey and Minnie Dollar Tree Ornaments
Learn how to make Mickey and Minnie Dollar Tree Ornaments from simple decorative woven balls transform into super cute perfect for giving to your favorite Disney lover! A quick and easy craft project that goes together in just 15 minutes, great for the last-minute crafter! Create a thoughtful keepsake for family, co-workers, neighbors, and friends! Getting the kiddos involved in Christmas crafting is a fun way to spend some quality time as a family during the holiday season.
Celebrate your Disney lover with Mickey and Minnie Ornaments!
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Here's what you need to create Disney inspired Ornaments:
- Woven Decorative Balls, Small and Large – Dollar Tree
- Spray Paint – Black
- Glue Gun and Glue Sticks
- Scissors – I LOVE my Fiskars!
- Ribbon, Red Satin and Red Polka Dot – 12” lengths
- Twine, Black – 10” lengths
- Cardboard or Newspaper
Here's how to make Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Christmas Ornaments:
To begin the Mickey and Minnie Dollar Tree Ornaments, gather all supplies. I love taking traditional supplies and creating something unique and unexpected. This craft uses just six supplies, most of which you probably already have on hand.
In a well-ventilated area, or outside, lay out some cardboard or newspaper and then base coat all the woven balls with black spray paint. Each ornament will require one large woven ball and two small woven balls.
Once dry, attach two of the smaller woven balls to the large woven ball with a glue gun and glue sticks. This step transforms the ordinary woven balls into Mickey and Minnie shapes.
Tie the red ribbon and the red polka dot ribbon lengths into bows. Attach the red ribbon bow to the base of the large ball as Mickey’s tie. Attach the red polka dot ribbon bow to the top of the large ball as Minnie’s hair accessory. Measure and cut an eight-inch length of black twine, then tie it in a knot and glue it to the top of the large ball as a hanger.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse Dollar Tree Ornaments
I hope you have enjoyed my Mickey and Minnie Dollar Tree Christmas Ornaments tutorial and you will use this project as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR creativity today! Get the kiddos involved and make some fun keepsakes that everyone will love creating! This is a fun and inexpensive craft to create in under 15 minutes for ALL the Disney lovers in your “Small World” this Christmas or all year round! Here is a close-up of Mickey Mouse with his red bow tie.
Here is a close-up of Minnie Mouse with her red polka dot hair bow.
Check out more ornament inspiration by clicking through to my Wooden Spool Christmas Tree Ornament Craft, made with ribbon scraps! Learn how to make Wooden Spool Christmas Tree Ornaments with simple supplies and items you probably already have on hand. A wonderful addition to your holiday decorations. The perfect way to use up scraps of ribbon, paper, or even fabric that you have in your stash AND create a thoughtful keepsake for family, co-workers, neighbors, and friends!
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6 thoughts on “Mickey and Minnie Dollar Tree Ornaments”
I really love these ornaments. Just what my niece wants for her tree. Thank you.
And they are so easy, too, Vanessa!
These are adorable! Did you get the woven balls recently at dollar tree ? I haven’t been able to find them !
Yes, Wendy at my free-standing Dollar Tree in the Floral Section near the moss. They were a natural color and I painted them black.
Ok these are cute!!!! I’m looking to make some Minnie and Mickey ornaments this year. I’m doing my room is Minnie and Mickey and I got a little tree for the room this year and want to do it Minnie and Mickey. But my colors are pink and teal. Would acrylic paint work to paint these????
Thank you, Angelina! Yes regular acrylic paint will work, but you will have to spend a bit of time making sure you get the color in all of the nooks and crannies. Hope this info was helpful! Beth