Mickey and Minnie Mouse Crafts and Decorations for Christmas and Birthdays
Whether you’re getting ready for a kid’s birthday party, decorating for Christmas or Halloween, or just need a fun activity to keep your toddlers busy, you can create some fun by adding a little Disney!
This post includes includes store-bought Mickey and Minnie Mouse Christmas, Halloween, and birthday decorations, as well as DIY crafts that I found on Pinterest. Some of the crafts are for adults, and others are for kids of various ages.
Mickey Mouse Christmas Decorations
Here are some lovely decorations to deck your own halls in the month of December, or to give as a gift to your friend or relative that can’t get enough of American’s favorite mouse.
Mickey Mouse Christmas Ornament Sets
If you like your Christmas tree to be very organized, or if you have a small “themed” tree for, say, an office desk, this sets would be perfect.
These ornaments are made of shatterproof plastic. The set includes 7 different ornaments “starring” Chip and Dale, Goofy, Daisy and Donald Duck, and of course, Mickey and Minnie.
The 4 ornaments in this set each feature Mickey in a different “role,” from
Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983), The Prince and the Pauper (1990), The Three Musketeers (2004), and as a Court Jester from Around Our World With Mickey at Disney Parks. They come in display packaging and include a satin ribbon for hanging.
This 6-piece set features Mickey as Bob Crachit and other Disney characters taking the other roles in Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The ornaments range from Range from 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 inches in size.
Note that, unfortunately, these ornaments do not come with a string or hook for hanging.
Mickey Christmas Lawn Decorations
Want all your neighbors — and everyone who drives by — to know about your love for Disney?
If you like to decorate for Christmas on the outside of your house as well as the inside, consider one of these Mickey Mouse inflatables.
This outdoor (or indoor!) Christmas inflatable has Mickey in a Santa hat and holding a wrapped gift. It stands almost 9 feet tall and includes a 5-foot cord, plus tethers, yard stakes, and stand.
I don’t know about you, but I always like Mickey Mouse best when he’s with Minnie. This inflatable stands over 5 feet tall and 6 feet wide, is internally lit, and comes with a built-in fan motor, yard stakes, and tether ropes.
This inflatable is super cute! Mickey and Minnie are roasting marshmallows over a fire together. I like this one because it’s so unique — not the usual Santa, reindeer, and snowman inflatables that everybody else has.
Mickey Mouse Christmas Tree Ornaments
Who doesn’t love a tree ornament? They’re a special keepsake that almost anybody can use. They make great teacher gifts, and people of all ages love them.
There are several ornaments featuring Mickey, but these were the ones I liked the most.
A few years ago my family started the tradition of getting a dated ornament every year. There is something neat about always adding a new ornament and being able to see, over the years, when each one joined our household.
These ornament features Mickey Mouse, dressed for the winter holidays and sitting on a glittery 2019. It is plastic, lead-free, and 2 1/2 inches tall.
Video — Easy Homemade Mickey Mouse Ornaments
This video shows you how to make Mickey tree ornaments using almost nothing but paper circles, glue, and string.
Mickey Mouse Crafts for Birthdays
How to Make a Mickey Mouse Head Pinata
My kids always loved pinatas at their birthday parties! This pinata isn’t “difficult,” exactly, although making it is somewhat time-consuming. Expect it to take the better part of an afternoon.
Use a “Mickey head” template to cut two Mickey heads out of cereal boxes. Then cut a strip of cardboard that connects the two heads around the edges, creating a “Mickey box” to put the candy in.
Tape a string behind the ears and cover it with red and black tissue paper.
How to Make Mickey Mouse Cake Pops
DIY Mickey Mouse Centerpiece
DIY Mickey Mouse Pom Poms
I remember making pom poms when I was a kid (although mine never turned out as nice as the ones below!)
This could be a nice party craft for kids to make and take home. All you need are scissors, black, red, and yellow yarn, and a pom pom maker.
Depending on their ages, kids might need some adult assistance, especially with the scissors.
Mickey Mouse Bookmark Craft
Here’s another cute craft that creates an instant party favor for your little guests!
Paint a jumbo craft stick red, then print and cute out the Mickey head templates on white cardstock and the Mickey shirt template on black cardstock. Draw on a face with marker, glue together the pieces, and add two mini buttons.
Make Your Own Mickey Mouse Shirt
Here’s another neat idea that would be great for a party and allows kids to be creative. Order some Hanes t-shirts and use a heat transfer vinyl to put Mickey heads on them. Then give each kid their own shirt and some fabric paint and let them go to town!
How to Make Mickey and Minnie Birthday Party Hats
Mickey and Minnie Mouse Cupcakes
Mickey Mouse Picture Frame Craft
Here’s a nice craft that you can make after the party to showcase your favorite photo from that day. It’s also a nice way to display a photo from a recent Disney World vacation.
Mickey Mouse Christmas Ornament Crafts
Want a little Disney in your Christmas? Here are 3 fairly easy ways to make your own Disney Christmas ornaments:
These Mickey ornaments are pretty and really simple to make. All you need to do is remove the cap and snip off the “neck” of two small ornament balls, then use a glue gun to attach it to a larger ornament to create “Mickey ears.”
Then simply thread some ribbon or string, and attach a bow if you like.
Here’s another Mickey variation on a round Christmas ornament. Simply paint a plastic ornament with all-purpose paint (you will probably need more than one coat), then create a Mickey silhouette with different sized daubers and/pr paint brushes. When it’s dry, add some ribbon for hanging.
These terra cotta pot ornaments are just adorable!
Turn a pot upside down, paint it with red and black patio paint (with optional white polka dots). When the paint is dry, cut out some black felt circles and glue gun them to the pots for ears.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse Christmas Stockings
But why stop at just making ornaments? You can continue with a Mickey-themed Christmas by making these inexpensive stockings!
Simply cut the shapes you need out of white, red, and black felt (which you can get at the Dollar Store). Then add two piece of black felt ears with a cutout of a cereal box between then to give them shape. Add a red ribbon for Minnie.
Mickey Mouse Gift Ideas for Adults
Mickey Mouse Halloween Crafts
Mickey Mouse Pumpkin Craft
To make this pop=up pumpkin, just print the template provided by Disney Family, out on orange cardstock. You’ll also need a paper clip, rubber band, glue, a ruler and pencil, and crayons for decorating.
Mickey Mouse Halloween Hanging Decorations
Hanging decorations are fun because you can hang them in doorways and use them as hanging table centerpieces for parties. These bat mobiles are also from Disney Family and are made using their template and black cardstock.
Mickey Mouse Crafts for 2 Year Olds
Mickey Mouse Paper Plate Craft
This is a really easy craft for toddlers and preschoolers that doesn’t require much prep or elaborate materials. It would be great for a birthday party activity.
Just paint the bottom half of a paper plate red, then the top half black, letting in dry in-between.
Cut out the inner circle of two paper plates for “ears.” Paint them black, let dry, then glue them to the big plate.
Cut 1-inch circles out of white cardstock, then punch two holes in each circle to make them resemble buttons. Glue them on.
Minnie Mouse Paper Plate Craft
You can also make a Minnie Mouse out of a paper plate. This version lets little girls do to town with the glitter, which is something that one of my daughters loved to do!
Mickey Ears Paper Chains
Paper chains are always easy. You be as creative or as simple with them as you want, and they can go on and on and on if your kids are interested enough. This is a particularly good idea if you want a fun countdown calendar calendar for your next Disney trip.
Minnie Mouse Crafts
Minnie Mouse Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers
In addition to making crafts from scratch materials you can buy inexpensive craft kits and booklets like this one. My girls were absolutely crazy about sticker books when they were little!
Minnie Mouse Coloring Book with MarkersDisney Minnie Mouse Coloring Book Set with StickersMinnie Mouse Coloring Book Pack with Stickers, Crayons and Coloring Activity BookMinnie Mouse Creativity EaselMelissa & Doug Disney Minnie Mouse Wooden Stamp SetMinnie Mouse Color N Style Fashion Purse
Video — Minnie Mouse Shells Craft for Kids
Video — 4 Quick and Easy Minnie Mouse Crafts
DIY Minnie Mouse Centerpieces
Minnie Mouse Flower Pot Centerpieces
Take a few pink buckets or vases and turn them into a Minnie Mouse floral centerpiece! Supplies include styrofoam balls, black paint, wooden dowels, a stand and filler (like shredded pink paper), ribbon, and a glue gun.
Video — DIY Minnie Balloon Centerpiece Column for Birthday Parties
Video — DIY Dollar Tree Minnie Mouse Centerpiece
This video shows you how to make a pink and gold centerpiece using a vase, tulle, white glue, glitter, a toothpick, glue hair, hair bow, and craft balls.
The entire project costs less than $10 to make.
Mickey Mouse Craft Supplies
Of course, if you want to be really creative, you can just get some Mickey-themed craft supplies and figure out some neat ideas on your own.
Amazon has plenty of things to get you started, including Mickey Mouse craft paper, a punch, and button embellishments:
Disney Button Embellishments, Mickey and Minnie GlitterCraft Paper Punch of Mickey Mouse LogoMickey Mouse Button EmbellishmentsMickey Mouse Party Decoration KitMinnie Mouse Button EmbellishmentsDisney Button Embellishment — Glitter Mickey Heads